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Hey all. I've started a blog about my experiences and thoughts with RSM. Oddly enough, the post I made today is about choral singing.

Please check it out, comment, and tell people if you like it!
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Hello, all,

I recently entered my internship year as a student of the Rubenfeld Synergy Method. What this means is that I can now see clients for fee, and I am charging a special internship rate of $65 per session. I will also offer packages of 5 or 10 sessions at a further reduced rate for an up-front payment.

The Rubenfeld Synergy Method is a dynamic healing system for the body, mind, emotions and spirit. The Method has been known to help people with problems ranging from chronic pain to PTSD, and is based in the core belief that freedom of fluid movement - both in our bodies and in our lives - is our birthright.

Sessions take place on a massage table, fully clothed, and involve both gentle touch and talk.

In order to become a client, we must not know each other well. A good rule of thumb is if I have friended you on Livejournal, or if you regularly see me at parties, we are too close. Of course, with our intertwined community being what it is, it is close to impossible to expect that we will not intersect at certain points. But if we are already on hugging terms, I cannot be your Synergist. If there is a conflict, I can refer you to my friend and colleague, [livejournal.com profile] mattlistener.

If you are reading and I haven't friended you, however, please feel free to contact me if you are interested. Even better, please feel free to pass this message along to your own friendslists and any communities to which you belong that you feel might have an interest; it would be greatly helpful.

Thanks!
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I finally got around to watching this TED talk on vulnerability, which, it turns out, is the core of a fully lived life.

You should watch it too.

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Hi, all,

The introductory workshop on Rubenfeld Synergy Method is happening this Friday evening! I know, I know, it's a Friday evening in the middle of summer. But please - come out and get exposed to this amazing healing technique.

If you're on the fence, or planning to go but just haven't signed up yet, now is the time - you can save $5 off the price ($20 rather than $25 at the door). We'd like to have a sense of how many people are actually going to attend, so please, contact Matt at mattryan@pobox.com and let him know you're planning to come.

Looking forward to it!
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Hey everyone. Just a reminder that the evening workshop on Rubenfeld Synergy Method is coming up on Friday, July 9. If you register ahead of time, you save $5 off the price ($20 rather than $25).

We're also hoping at this point to get a better sense of how many people will be attending, so if you think you might come but aren't ready to lay out the money just yet, please comment here or email Matt to let us know you'd like to come.

I hope to see a lot of you there!
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I'd like to invite you all to attend a three-hour Friday evening workshop with Master Synergists Joe Weldon and Noel Wight, otherwise known as the heads of the Rubenfeld Synergy Training Program in which I am enrolled.

They will be coming to Cambridge and giving a workshop and demo of the Method on July 9 at the Masonic Hall in Porter Square, Cambridge, from 7-10 pm. For those of you who have been curious about the work I'm doing, this is a chance to experience it with the masters. Depending on the number of attendees, the workshop may involve exercises to heighten bodily awareness, pair work, and observation of a full session. Cost is only $20 if you register in advance; $25 at the door.

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What: An Introduction to the Rubenfeld Synergy Method
Who: Master Synergists Joe Weldon and Noel Wight
When: Friday, July 9, 7-10 pm
Where: Masonic Hall, Porter Square, 1950 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA
How: $20 in advance, $25 at the door; contact Matt Ryan at 617-549-4408 or email mattryan@pobox.com

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Comment here, too, and let me know if you're planning on attending!
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[livejournal.com profile] mattlistener, my esteemed colleague, and I have started a new LJ user called [livejournal.com profile] boston_synergy. It's a journal for both of us to use to post news and announcements about our work in Rubenfeld Synergy Method in the Boston area.

If you've been interested in the work I've talked a little about in this journal or to you in person, go friend it!

Thanks!
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The Rubenfeld Synergy folks have known for a long time that our bodies take what we say literally. We "dig in our heels" and "put our foot down," or we "bend over backwards." We feel "down" or "uptight." We "can't stand it!" We're "hip to it." We may feel "beaten down" or like we "shoulder" too many burdens, but we're told to keep a "stiff upper lip" and "keep our chins up." But we need "elbow room," "breathing space," and for someone to "have our back" if we're going to get "back on our feet." When we can "stand tall" in our spines we know that we can "be-long."

And now, The NY Times presents a survey of studies showing that this stuff is all true.

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