Finally, after exactly 5 months (it’s hard to believe that we closed March 13!), we are thrilled to announce we are reopening on Friday, August 14th. We had some rest, reflection, and are fully recharged to bring balance, healing, and love to our community. BOOKS ARE OPEN FOR MEMBERS ONLY Until further notice, we will […]

Aug 7, 2020

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While the “new normal” has proved challenging, we’re doing our best to stay grounded. Here are a few things we’ve been enjoying. We hope you do, too.   What We’re Listening To Slipping between Nazi-occupied Poland and the frenzied pace of modern life, Kelly Rimmer creates an emotional narrative that weaves together two women’s stories. […]

Jul 31, 2020

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Dear Promise Program members: Thank you so much for your loyalty throughout the shut-down due to Covid-19. We have had more support and well-wishes than we could have imagined and cannot wait to welcome you back to TSP. We have been working hard on a number of things. In addition to preparing the spa for […]

Jul 21, 2020

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Before I studied massage 30 years ago, I had a stressful desk job that caused terrible posture and pain. My partner was in a graduate acting program at the time and was taking a class from Elise Lynch that incorporated Feldenkrais pinky ball work. Peter found the class extremely painful and did not want to […]

Jul 15, 2020

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By Tammi Cox, Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor Ayurveda is an ancient healing system that focuses on bringing balance to all aspects of a being. When the world was creating a state of panic, I’ll admit – my anxiety was intense, to say the least… I felt like I was losing my sense of Self to fear.   It’s […]

Jul 8, 2020

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By Melissa Lee, Acupuncturist I have heard this time referred to as “The Great Pause” and it has been useful for me to think of it that way. It is a pause from so many things; being able to go out in the world, go to work, see each other, touch each other, a pause […]

Jul 5, 2020

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On July 1, 2007 we opened our doors on Westmoreland Avenue (now the lower level of Scissor and Comb). I specifically remember signing a 5 year lease saying I’ll probably be done by then and can fall back on being a solo acupuncturist. 5 years = success. I had an infant, and I still attribute […]

Jul 1, 2020

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This Father’s Day, we put the spotlight on our own fathers. They’ve challenged us to be better people, helped us grow our careers, and encouraged us to take pride in what we do. Their words are as important now as they were then. Thank you, Dads. 

Jun 21, 2020

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It seems unreal that we have been closed for over three months. As I talk to colleagues and friends, although our quarantine realities may be different, the illusion of time and its warp is similar: some weeks fly, some weeks crawl. This Great Pause has certainly changed us all in some way, and at the […]

Jun 17, 2020

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This quarantine is only the first chapter of this collective journey. As we think about what preparations need to be made, we are amid the beginning of summer. In this last look at Spring, I think we should examine its signature emotion – anger. In my previous post, I described anger as a catalyst “stirring […]

Jun 3, 2020

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