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From the January, 2006 issue

Scott wrote an article entitled "Reiki Can Melt Away stress" for the Living & Being magazine published by the Poughkeepsie Journal. Click on the logo to check it out.

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Monday, October 3, 2005

   Welcome to my web site and to my blog.  I will use this space to pass along information on what I've been doing, new techniques I have learned that the Reiki or Reflexology practitioners among you may want to try, and random thoughts on what may be going on in our world.
    As you may know there has been a great deal of change over this past year.  The biggest and most recent change is the relocation of my practice from Hyde Park to Poughkeepsie.  I must extend many thanks and gratitude for the immense assistance and guidance given to me over the past years by Margaret and Chris at Partners in Massage.  They have been the best and most supportive mentors that I could ever have imagined.
    I also owe a debt of gratitude to my parents, clients, friends, and teachers who have supported and helped me since I began on this journey.  A special word of thanks goes out to Laurie Friedli, my Reiki teaching partner and colleague at St. Francis Hospital.  Her kindness and generosity of spirit have helped me through the tougher times and she showed me the way.  Catherine Parisi and William Rand my Reiki Master-Teachers have inspired me in many ways as have all of my Reiki students over the years.  Also, I must thank Reflexologist Valerie Gdula for I  learned a lot through my feet while she diligently worked on them.  In addition, Bob Wolfe at the Omega Institute and Anthony Porter who are gifted Reflexology teachers.  Lastly the New York State Reflexology Association and the American Reflexology Certification Board which have helped me grow and be a better Reflexologist. 
    However, the one person I must thank above all others is my best friend and traveling companion through this life- Marty Halma.  He has given me a safe haven from which to build, explore, learn, and share love and light in this world.  He built this web site and keeps the home fires burning while I am working to help others.  None of this would have been possible without him.
   The next time I'll be writing about the differences between traditional Usui Reiki and Karuna Reiki.  I hope that you will check it out.
   With Light and Love;
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