By Tanya Malse

Labor Relations Dispute Arbitrator for the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration; graduate of both the Center’s Mind-Body Medicine and Advanced Mind-Body Medicine professional training programs. She is affectionately called The Shaking Queen as she will show anybody, anytime, and anywhere how to shake.

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Shaking and Dancing with My Gynecologist

By Tanya Malse

On day one of the Mind-Body Medicine Professional Training Program, our first large group modality is shaking and dancing. “Oh no,” I think, “I get to shake this body I usually ignore, in front of 250 people I don’t know. How silly will I look and will released energy make me sick in some way like throwing up or hurting my legs or my replaced hip joints?” A breath of relief comes as Dr. Gordon says we are to close our eyes. What was I thinking anyway? I am in a room of professional health care providers, with a doctor standing right next to me.

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