March 2017 Update:

As the proverb goes: In like a lion, out like a lamb. March starts off fully entrenched in winter, then switches gears and ushers in spring. March is a go-between, and that's a little bit like our work at Healing Foundations. As healers and agents of good health, we are comfortable with transition. We encourage and create it. Patients arrive at Healing Foundations in various degrees of discord: of the body or of the spirit– or both. When they leave us, they're transformed. Many times they're greatly better and sometimes, because change isn't always easy, just one step closer.


"Subtle change can sometimes be the most meaningful," says Clint Smith. "Energy work isn't about moving mountains. It's much more understated than that." A Reiki practitioner at Healing Foundations since 2015, Clint admits that explaining what Reiki is can be the hardest part of what he does. "Reiki isn't like other kinds of therapeutic treatment," he says. "Especially for first-timers, the experience can be nebulous and hard to describe. It's why I'm so enthused and incredibly thankful when my clients are willing to share their own Reiki experience in their own words." 

Read more about Clint and his Reiki practice on the Healing Foundations blog and check out these videos of Clint's clients who respond to their very first Reiki treatment. If you're interested in trying Reiki for the first time and sharing your thoughts on video, Clint wants to hear from you! Contact him at

Join us on Saturday April 1st for the 3rd Annual Belmont Bunny Hop & Easter Egg Hunt! Take a stroll on Belmont Avenue with the family for pictures with the Easter Bunny, crafts, and great prizes for the parents! Festivities begin at 10am, with 13 stops along Belmont Avenue hosting a bevy of activities. Stop by Healing Foundations for "Bunny Yoga": a yoga primer for even the littlest hoppers. Get more information here.


Schedule alert: no Qi Gong class on April 10, but please join us from 6-7:15pm each of the other Mondays this month! If you missed last month's post on our new Qi Gong classes and instructor Venus Sabay, you can see it here.