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I have been a client of Mary Beth's for many years. Over that span of time, my body has changed and I have had some physical challenges as I age. Mary Beth has been very attuned to those changes and has assisted me in the healing process. She has done this mostly through massage therapies, but she also is adept at discussing nutrition, stress management, lifestyle changes, etc. These modalities, combined with her healthy attitude toward life, make her an essential part of my health and well-being. Yes, we have become friends over the years and I always look forward to seeing her, talking about life, and getting the best massage which always rejuvenates my body and renews my soul!

- Lynn

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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: 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: Healing my heart, letting go, and getting on with my dreams.

Posted by: Mary Beth Braun   |   Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Just a few years ago, I lost my Dad at age 73. That, for me, is 23 years from now. While I hope to live a much longer life, that 23-year window caused me to pause for reflection.


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How to Make 2016 Your Healthiest Yet

Posted by: Mary Beth Braun   |   Wednesday, February 3, 2016

It’s a New Year which is notoriously a good time to make a fresh start – to resolve to live better, live healthier, and finally get your life organized and in order. Yet three weeks later, you’ve reverted back to old habits and, most likely, deemed yourself a “failure.” Worse yet, you may have quit trying altogether. “What’s the point?” coupled with, “I don’t have the discipline to (fill in the blank)” are some things you may silently (or not so silently) be saying to yourself.

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