Centered’s Loving Culture & Summer Blogging Plans

As one of the newest members of the Centered team, I wanted to take a moment and introduce myself (my name is Joe), discuss how my journey led me here, and what we have in store as summer months are rapidly approaching. You may see me working at the front desk; I will...

What Is Craniosacral Therapy?

Lauren nursing Noah (now 12 years) and being held by Tag (now 15 years). Our founder is also one of our therapists practicing a modality of massage called Craniosacral Therapy. Lauren’s piece for Bluegrass Baby Expo & Magazine discusses the benefits of...

What Do Farming & Tai Chi Have In Common?

Matthew Branstetter “swimming in the air” This is a guest post by one of Centered’s therapist-teachers, Matthew Branstetter. We offer that you take one of his classes or book a session with Matt B. and learn more about him, on our website. This is...

The Balance of Life

Guest post by Kinga Mnich.  What is it that attracts you when you walk through a new city or when you look at art? What is it that you look at when buying new furniture? Is it just the style of the piece or how it will balance out the rest of your furniture in your...

September Clean Eating Challenge!

There’s all this hullabaloo around the end of December for joining a gym, resetting your eating habits, and in general becoming New-and-Improved-You™ but I’ve never had much luck with that. In the winter I want to sit around in my pjs and eat comfort food with my...

Thoughts from May 24

This morning I went for a walk. I started going for walks first thing each morning about 10 days ago. I go early, as I’ve started rising with the dawn as the seasons have changed. The first day I went because I woke up stressed and anxious, and it wasn’t the first day...