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Creating Wellness with a Spiritual and Psychological Inventory

In the final project for HW420 Creating Wellness – Psychological and Spiritual Aspects of Healing, I created a list of questions to build a spiritual and psychological inventory that can be used to determine one’s current state of wellness. According to The 4 Spiritual Laws of Self Renewal (2017) building a personal inventory, helps to assess our current spiritual and psychological state, and explore our deepest thoughts.

“The very first step in taking a personal inventory is to survey your valley — are you standing with mostly dry bones? That failed relationship, depression, divorce, the death of a loved one, the business that failed or the career that never took off. These can physically, emotionally and spiritually consume our very existence and block any hope of self-renewal or personal growth”. -Keisha Blair, 2017

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HW420 Final Project – Angela Moss

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“How Bowling Affects the Body and How to Care for it.”

5 of the best massage guns: How to choose, health benefits, and more

Since I have a love of bodywork, self-care, and bowling, I chose to speak to the bowling community a little about where these topics intersect. I designed a three-week course with a class syllabus, lecture notes and handouts. To be clear, I am neither a bowling coach, nor a pro bowler. I am pulling together my bodywork, health and wellness, and bowling knowledge and resources thus far to hopefully help the bowling community with injury prevention and wellness while doing what they love. Thank you.

HW499 Unit 5 Bachelor’s Capstone Project

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“Massage Therapy and Self Care, A Well-Kneaded Practice”

I hope to educate my clients and the community on the importance of massage and daily self-care. I believe there are a lot of people suffering from pain and discomfort living in bodies that feel like a prison, and if I could help some of these people live a better-quality life, well that is why I do what I do! <3

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Types of Massage Therapy to Try

There are various massage styles such as Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, Thai massage, Shiatsu, and sports massage. Many of these are excellent for pain management, mobility, stress management, and more. You can find massage therapy in local spas, resort spas, chiropractic offices, hospitals, or you could have a mobile massage therapist travel to your home or work. It’s a good idea to book a monthly massage for maintenance. Depending on your career and how much you ask of your body, you may even do weekly or bi-weekly massages. Don’t feel guilty for taking care of your body, you only get one! So, treat it with love. Check out this article on the various styles of massage therapy!

Article: “Types of Massage Therapy to Try” by Cleveland Clinic