Dentists are seeing more people coming in with cracked teeth during this pandemic. People are clenching and grinding because of stress.
Doing manual therapy in people’s mouths is risky at this time.
Here’s an alternative.
I’m offering an online course on Zoom, teaching people what it takes to create lasting relief from jaw pain. (Sadly, it’s rarely a quick fix — it’s more like changing habits and tension patterns.)
Anyway, if you have jaw pain and would rather not, check it out here: maryannreynolds.com.
You have better things to do than suffer.
Happy 2018! I’m back from a few days in the stunning big-sky big-earth desert/mountain landscape of Big Bend National Park, with a brief boat-and-burro-ride into Boquillas, Mexico.
Nature sure helps put my monkey-mind concerns into perspective. Hikes, hot springs, camp food, company, solitude, and nourishing views, views, views.
On the return trip of about 9 hours, I drove into a spectacular cold front featuring a wall of low clouds made of freezing mist that I could see miles ahead of me. Continue reading →