benefits of WRT Water Release Therapy® for Fibromyalgia and stress …

The benefits of WRT Water Release Therapy® to relieve symptoms of Fibromyalgia cannot be overstated.  The warm water therapy and gentle healing yoga like movements combined with breath assist in providing relief from widespread pain.  WRT Water Release Therapy® also assists in lowering anxiety levels and sleep disorders by helping to reduce overall inflammation in the body’s pathways.

There is a significant shift in the way the brain processes pain through this neuro-chemical balancing effect during treatment.  Clients report significant reduction in symptoms associated from stress, grief, anxiety and PTSD.  One feels an immediate shift after one WRT Water Release Therapy® Session.  The results are without effort and extremely pleasant.

Cumulative healing benefits of lasting change when received for a period of time.   Unlike drugs, there are no residual side effects or waiting periods to experience the healing, balancing, and well-being of Aquatic Therapy.

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Holding Loving Space: Diane Feingold talks about Aquatic Bodywork with Sara Firman

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Aquapoetics is delighted to share with you a special audio recording (approx. 2 h) of a recent (2.9.13) in-depth conversation between Sara Firman of Aquapoetics and Diane Feingold creator of WRT Water Release Therapy®.

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Dispelling the Myth: “People do what they want to do”

Dispelling the Myth:  “People do what they want to do”

Recently I’ve had an opportunity to explore this belief with heartfelt consideration.  Our conditioned beliefs and social mores’ imply that we always have a choice and therefore can simply “choose to do what we want to do”.   In the mundane and everyday circumstances of our lives I would say this is true.

However,  in the greater scheme of life events, such as grief, illness, pain, great sadness and certain situations that are often incomprehensible, except to the few moving through such waves… doing what one wants to do may not be a viable option.  It transforms into doing what is possible in the moment. Continue reading

“The miracle is to be touched by the love and freedom”

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Created by Tatiana Civet

Watsu® and WRT Water Release Therapy® for Our Veterans…

thank you Aqua 4 Balance, Hanni Sem and Sara Firman

in Peace, Diane

thank you firstly to Nicola Kapala for making this beautiful piece !  and sharing with us …

What’s the word hummingbird ?

I really miss my Mom.  Her name was Ann Elizabeth.  She was the dearest woman I have ever known.  I miss her gentle ways, strong ways and nurturing heart.   always seeming to ‘know’ and to ‘understand’ what was up.  She was a ‘seer’ on land, she had ‘ether wisdom’.

An Aquarius, like Gabriel, my eldest son, also a pure empathetic being, hung on for a good year after his death.  and I’m sure that wasn’t the time in her life she’d like to remember.

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The Healing Process of Grief – 20 months ago

20 months ago I lost my eldest son.  Wow!  An extraordinary healing process called ‘Grief’.  It’s not about moving on, it’s about living without him.  An intense experience that cannot be pacified by all the compassion and counsel in the world.  (Although I don’t know where or what would have become of me had it not been for a handful of amazing friends, my younger son, a very special Hospice counselor, loving Hospice group, the Guides, self compassion, self care, ongoing patience)

It’s not about getting over, through, or giving up feeling sad; it begins with shock, trauma, loss and profound sadness.  20 months ago I lost my eldest son 21 years of age.  It’s my opinion that people who loose a child (unlike loosing a parent or sibling) do not get ‘back to normal’.  It is a peak experience in life, a child dies… there is no getting over what is now broken, gone.  Grief sinks in, the reality of death is ever present and there is no closure.

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