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him at the time, and then again years later when I was on the back of his mo­tor­bike curv­ing through jun­gle ter­rain that led to a river’s edge in Bali. He laughed, thanked me and said he didn’t re­mem­ber it.

Some­where in that boy’s cells is the mem­ory of ev­ery time I jolted a re­ac­tion his way or tuned him out be­cause I was an ex­hausted sin­gle mom who needed psy­chic space ev­ery now and then, and he was a force to be reck­oned with. From the womb.

Still the ques­tion roamed around in my mind like a lost pup look­ing for its way home. If I could go back and change one thing, what would it be?

I’d never have smoked that first cig­a­rette. I wouldn’t have had sex with all those name­less guys. Me, look­ing for love in all the wrong the places.

A light rain be­gan to fall as we sat with the an­swers to her ques­tion to me. The clouds mov­ing over the bright blue of day shaded the yard and turned her eyes a deeper green. I fell into that green – a por­tal that crossed hemi­spheres. The green rice fields, the jun­gle vines that be­came my um­bil­i­cal cord to the heart­beat of my be­long­ing, the ring around the fin­ger of my vows that broke.

I got up and walked across the yard and grabbed my hoola hoop. I kicked my shoes off and twirled that hoop around my waist, head thrown back to mois­ten my face with the soft rain. “Here’s the an­swer to your ques­tion, Miss Sage Eyes”, I sang out as I spun round and round. “If I were to go back and change one thing in my life I would never have given that t-shirt away that said, ‘An­gels can fly be­cause they take them­selves lightly’.

She beamed a smile in my di­rec­tion and said, “Honey, I think you just grew your­self some wings.” n

Les­lie Caplan is a pas­sion­ate writer, writ­ing coach and ed­i­tor en­cour­ag­ing and evok­ing the clear­est, most au­then­tic ex­pres­sion of your re­sound­ing voice and heart. She is in­ter­na­tion­ally pub­lished and lives in Ash­land, Ore­gon, USA.

Hi, I’m Matt Rad­ford, the founder of Cen­tre of Health Phys­io­ther­apy and Chi­nese Medicine in Ivan­hoe. Hav­ing been in clin­i­cal prac­tice for over 25years now, I was one of the first peo­ple in Aus­tralia to have full de­grees in both Phys­io­ther­apy and Chi­nese medicine. My goal was to have a clinic where the east­ern and western dis­ci­plines were both to­tally in­te­grated. Peo­ple of­ten ask me, ‘Do you do more Physio or TCM th­ese days?’ and the an­swer is that ac­tu­ally, the two are com­pletely in­sep­a­ra­ble now in my prac­tice.

Peo­ple who come in for mus­cu­lar skele­tal prob­lems; back pain, neck pain, headaches, ten­nis el­bow, etc. al­ways ben­e­fit from the added insight that Chi­nese Medicine pro­vides into their gen­eral health and per­haps any un­der­ly­ing dishar­monies. For pa­tients with other health prob­lems, even seem­ingly un­re­lated is­sues such as asthma or pe­riod pain, the ex­cel­lent di­ag­nos­tic ca­pa­bil­i­ties of Phys­io­ther­apy, when prac­tised well, means that any struc­tural and biome­chan­i­cal prob­lems can be iden­ti­fied and cor­rected.

For ex­am­ple, peo­ple ex­pe­ri­enc­ing headaches in the tem­ple and shoul­der tension of­ten re­spond well to lo­cal mas­sage and mo­bil­is­ing the cer­vi­cal spine and up­per trapez­ius mus­cles. Th­ese ar­eas also cor­re­spond to the gall blad­der merid­ian in Chi­nese Medicine.

So acupunc­ture to bal­ance this merid­ian can pro­vide even deeper and more long last­ing re­lief. In ad­di­tion, there are sev­eral tra­di­tional herbal for­mu­las that tar­get th­ese ar­eas. I am al­ways see­ing pa­tients who say, “I just need a mas­sage ev­ery

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