reVoice

Riva Capellari

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Located in Brookside in the heart of Kansas City


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reVoice Begins a New Year

reVoice is back in business January 6th.

If you are a cancer survivor, have a chronic illness or are a caregiver, join Joy Zimmerman and me at Turning Point for our vibrational healing workshop, Thursday, January 9th from 2-3:30. Call to 913-574-0900 to enroll.

New Workshop

This interactive and hands-on-workshop is designed to empower professionals in using their voice effectively in presentation and training settings. Your voice impacts how people hear what you have to say. This workshop includes instruction in how the voice works, how to care and maintain your voice. Gain confidence in public speaking when you have a

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Cold Temperatures, Dry Air

Remember with cold weather approaching our furnaces will kick on, drying out the air in our homes, cars and offices. Our bodies will need extra hydration so keep drinking water and better yet, get a humidifyer. Live plants will also add moisture to the air.

Let It Go

I recently experienced a relevatory reflective moment in which the words “letting go” emerged from the dark recesses of my mind into a bright, crystalline sign.

Sometimes when a student gets caught up trying to do something exactly right, they to get stuck. I tell them to “let go”, let the

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Tending Our Inner Gardens

For this final issue of 2019, I look ahead to the last season of the year, winter.

I have an antagonist relationship with winter. I am not fond of its short days, cold, biting winds that seep into my bones and its eternal gray skies that zap my spirit and paralyze

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Hitting the Refresh Button

September always feels like New Year’s to me. I take an annual two week break end of August to give my students time to settle into their school schedules, but more importantly, to allow my brain to empty out and my spirit to refresh and re-energize.

After teaching all these many years, it

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Space and Time

I recently crossed off an item from my travel bucket list – The Grand Canyon. A must see, I was told by friends and I echo their sentiments.

I spent much of my viewing time in awe of this vast, natural made wonder of the world, finding it difficult to imagine

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Collective Time

What does the word waiting conjure up in your mind? Waste of time? Frustration? Irritation? Not most peoples’ favorite past-time in our fast-paced culture. However, Jason Farman, in his book Delayed Response: The Art of Waiting from the Ancient to the Instant World, entreats us to consider another perspective on waiting.

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