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Mary Beth has been my massage therapist for 10 years. She has helped me through many physical issues.  I have been known to go beyond my physical capacities…from training for a mini-marathon to moving scaffolding by myself to having a piece of concrete fall on me.


Mary Beth has such great knowledge of the body.  She can interpret my description of issues and pains and get to the point of origin.  She has kept me going on many occasions and has taught me a lot about myself.  I plan on continuing a healthy and free-moving life.  She will help me achieve this goal.

- Kris

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50 Unplugged: Loss and Grief are a Consistent Reality

Posted by: Mary Beth Braun   |   Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Every week I learn of someone I know losing someone they love – a parent, friend, sibling, child or colleague. At 50, I suppose this is my new relentless reality.

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50 Unplugged: Longing for the Good Old Days

Posted by: Mary Beth Braun   |   Wednesday, June 8, 2016

I'm sure I'm not the only person of my generation or those preceding mine to long for the good old days.

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50 Unplugged: The Value of Balance and Self-care

Posted by: Mary Beth Braun   |   Wednesday, May 11, 2016

As a kid, I remember thinking that when I turned 30, I’d be old!  At 50, somehow, my perspective has changed. With a few more gray hairs, and hopefully more wisdom, I am learning the importance of balance and self-care.  

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50 Unplugged: Embracing Stress

Posted by: Mary Beth Braun   |   Wednesday, April 13, 2016

24/7 Connectivity, road angst, people obliviously unaware of their surroundings in most situations are a reality that is here to stay. As an “old bitty,” I can talk about how I long for simpler times, but it won’t bring them back. 

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50 Unplugged: Fat, Tired and Overwhelmed (Adapted from Joe Cross’ “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead)

Posted by: Mary Beth Braun   |   Wednesday, March 16, 2016

In my early 40’s, I felt like I woke up one day and realized I felt fat, tired and overwhelmed. 

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