About Me

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I started my own self healing journey in 1991 after a car accident. I also sought relief from menopause and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). I searched for a way to help myself from many methods available such as herbs, reflexology, homeopathy and various self help books. The best of these I began to study after a tumble down a ski hill in 1998 that left me with a severe concussion. After one session with my Jin Shin Jyutsu® practitioner after the fall, I felt like myself again; so I could begin to heal. I have studied this healing art ever since. After 20+ years of executive positions in the real estate development world, this was a new beginning.

Jin Shin Jyutsu®, a form of energetic body balancing, works very well; I encourage you to research it for yourself. But, I found the format to be confusing for many people to be able to understand and use effectively. Consequently, whenever I would give ideas to friends and family about helping themselves, it was recommendations to touch or "play" fingers.

When I realized I could translate the extensive information I have to fingers, Fingerplay was born. I can't stop now, it's so much fun. And I wanted to give you the opportunity to experience this fun and simplicity for yourself.

I love to Fingerplay in bed as I'm waking up in the morning, it's so nice to gradually wake up touching your fingernails; the Zest song is a great choice for waking up. And at night as I'm settling down to sleep I play Restore [shown on the Get Started Now! page] to relax for sleep. Try it.

I currently live with Carlos, my partner of 20 years, in North Hollywood, CA and dream of the Minnesota woods.

I hope you enjoy Fingerplay as much as I do, it can help you enjoy your life.

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The information in the book, and on this web site, is not to be interpreted as an independent guide for self-healing. The information provided is intended to complement, not replace, the advice of your own physician or other health-care professional whom you should always consult about your individual needs and any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention and before starting or stopping any medications or starting any course of treatment, exercise regimen or diet.