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bodymind treasures
deborah valentine smith
About

  • Deborah Valentine Smith
  • Asian Bodywork Therapy
  • Jin Do® Bodymind Acupressure®
  • Tendinomuscular Meridian Technique


Classes & Workshops

  • Schedule
  • Self-Help and Introductory Workshops
  • Jin Shin Do® Bodymind® Acupressure
Classes
  • Western Body, Eastern Mind: Integrated
Anatomy & Physiology ONLINE
  • TendinoMuscular Meridian Technique
  • Arrange individual or small group
    classes

Resources

  • Links
  • Guided Meditations
  • Recorded Classes
  • Photo Credits
Calligraphy by Phuntsok Tsering
The Treasure of Windhorse (lung ta)

When we are in alignment with heaven and earth and with the five elements;
when body, mind and spirit are in harmony; our life force arises without
impediment. We are joyful, compassionate and strong. Obstacles do not
deter us When we ride the energy arising from that state of inherent
goodness and awakened mind, which is
Windhorse.

Windhorse arises frequently in mindful acupressure sessions. In this "moment of truth"  the energy smooths out and
centers as though the person has fully dropped into the body and the present moment.  They are totally relaxed, as
though  in a deep sleep,  yet they are fully awake. They remember what they have always known:  that the journey is not
about finding something we are missing, but about coming home to the truth of all that we are.

What's Up Now
I’ve been teaching and practicing Asian Bodywork Therapy for almost 40 years now and I find I’m most excited these days
about applying those years of experience to mentoring others by:

Blogs                Recordings of Meditations & Courses          On-Line Courses          Workshops

Please contact me through my website or leave your
comments on the blog. I am always happy to hear from you!

Warmest Wishes,
Deborah Valentine Smith
This site was designed by Deborah Valentine Smith and last
updated on 2/6/17.
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Photo by Joanna S. Smith

The forms of bodywork offered here  are  not  intended for the diagnosis, treatment or cure of disease. They are relaxation therapy, and a useful adjunct to licensed, qualified medical or psychological care. For any persistent pain or symptom, even a seemingly minor one,
you are strongly encouraged to consult a medical doctor. When used in conjunction with standard medical treatment, these techniques can assist the healing process by releasing tension, decreasing stress and encouraging a sense of increased well-being.
Photo by Gerald Sampson