Excuse the ridiculous pun, but it really does. It opens the door to possibility and insight.
Possibility that difficulty could become eased. In my experience it has a sort of domino effect; once you have learnt about HANDLE, you view the world differently.
Let me explain. Read More
HANDLE seeks to understand why the body is doing something, and how to take the pressure off. Isn’t that after all what every one seeks on a mental, emotional and physical level?
HANDLE is quite profound. It appears simple, but the approach is life changing. Read More
The greatest gift we can give ourselves and those around us is to be present and to connect. Read More
Here is an activity for you to feel the value of slow in your life. It only takes 5-10 minutes, doing something you would already be doing anyway. Read More
'Busy' seems to be our default setting these days. Even when we are lucky enough to have time to go on holiday. Read More
The days are shorter, the schools are closing and the year is ending. It feels really poignant and joyous to me that it is at the darkest point of the year that we choose to celebrate each other and the light which though now is in short supply, we can trust will soon return. Read More
Columbia University Medical Center has just published some interesting research. Dr Tang looked at 46 children's brains and found that whilst the number of synapses in an non autistic child's brain decreased by about half by adolescence they decreased by only 16% in the brains of a person with autism. Read More
Honey bees have an important role in our wellbeing. They are responsible for 80% of pollination and 90% of the world's nutrition. Their waggle dance is the most complex form of communication after ours on the planet. And in the most beautiful collaborative choreography they create honey to feed their young and then the whole hive through the winter. Read More
I want to share a few lessons that I/we have made over the past years by working with the Son-rise programme and a method called HANDLE, as well as with my own development as a parent/human. Read More
His mother is so proud of him she wanted to share them. I think the pictures show us not only how much easier it is now for Alex to hold and use a pencil but also something about his relationship to his body and his world. Read More