Love Letter from WOTB

I hope that the new year has brought you wonderful days so far!  I always find it exciting to re-visit the happenings of my year, to add up the happy times and recognize the disappointments.  Then to let all of that go and look to the new year and all of the possibilities it holds.  So many things can and will happen, what are you hoping for and working towards? 

One of my wishes include getting to know all of you better, finding out what your needs and wants are for wellness and then figuring out how to implement those things effectively in our communications and in the studio.  Please let us know if there is anything we don’t have that you would like to see added, or if there is something that we do or have that you do not enjoy by emailing us anytime that something comes up.  We really care about you and what makes you happy so please don’t ever hesitate to let us know what is on your mind!

Another goal I have this year is having more fun in all of the the things I do.  Sometimes it is so easy to get caught up in the work and seriousness of life and miss all of the joy in the details.  Every year I adopt a mantra to remind myself of my most important goals for that time period, last years was:  “remain calm” and believe me, repeating this when things got tough really helped me break some old and unhelpful patterns. 
This years mantra is the following quote by an unknown author:
Maybe it’s not about the happy ending, maybe it’s about the story.

With that in mind I have decided to make this month all about love!  I know, I know Valentine’s day can be full of cliches and cheesey-ness.  But when I started to really think about the day I decided that we should all re-claim it from it’s overly Hallmarked and sensationalized state and make it a day of celebrating love.  A day to show ourselves and others how much we care and to remember what love and life is all about. 

We at Written on the Body love you and we are so very grateful to have the opportunity to bring relaxation, health and happiness into your lives as you do ours.  Learning about your needs helps us learn about ourselves and improves our ability to help others.  We hope that every moment you are interacting with us you are feeling infused with peace, love and abundant health.
Happy oohy-gooey sappy Love Month:)

Julie Campbell, Owner and LMT OR#15892  and all of the team at   Written on the Body Massage and Acupuncture Studio