It's Been a Hot Texas Minute...

March 31, 2022
At the end of June I started working at the Bayside Spa again; this time as a Horseshoe Bay Resort employee vs an independent contractor providing backup work through Zeel.

I have provided more massage sessions in the past few months than I may have half of my years of independent practice--and I *COULD* thanks to EIM. 

The more bodies I work on, the more patterns I recognize--and the more tools I develop to help people help themselves.

I've been sharing hoops and I love it so very much. 

I'm looking forward to working on private clients again--but this time, reserving massage therapy for a limited few: the EFFF'd UP Membership (EUM)...a monthly movement session that auto-bills for $123/month...and after 3 sessions, I'll know if we're a good fit to move on to at-home/on-site massage sessions. I eventually want to teach movement more than provide massage--but I deeply appreciate getting to practice bodywork; and witnessing the continued results of regular sessions. 

I know from my own experience (and the feedback of my fabulous massage therapist, Page Evans at Pixie Bodyworks), that the combination of daily EIM + a massage every 6-8 weeks supports my ability to do 25-30 massage sessions/week at the spa. I'm beta testing my own program and it's fabulous. It works. 

I can do more now, at 42, than I could at 24. 

My body is more capable; and I experience less pain...which for a body that developed in chronic pain, from the age of 3, has been incredibly renewing. My vessel feels like it is being continually upgraded. 

The practice builds upon itself--and part of the practice, for me, is sharing simple tools with others. 

I *love* how many hoops I've gotten to send forth into the other other countries. What a treat! I appreciate that I get to work on people at the Bayside Spa that I would have never interacted with, otherwise...and they have mostly been lovely--98%...the other 2% teach me to be kinder and less reactive when I have to interact with them. 

It's a joy to review my work day in the evening; and a delight to anticipate the next day...making more MYOhoops to give away...and passing on the Snake and Shake. 

Returning to Horseshoe Bay, 4 days a week--I found myself a tiny house in Kingsland, 25 minutes from the spa...and I fell in love with the place as I was crossing the bridge in. It felt like hOMe...the way Maui did when I visited in 2018...I realized that I didn't need to move to Maui to feel at home--Maui taught me what hOMe feels like, so I could navigate to it. 

Things are getting interesting...I've settled into work...processed tons in 2021...rested during the winter....and now I'm springing into action. 

I want to do so many things! 

Build common unity through ALOHA, music, and functional movement....and grow a community garden. 

The Elysian Gardens.

We'll see what happens...I'm excited at the prospects!

Fully Vaccinated!

May 29, 2021
I'm pleased to provide massage therapy again; under different parameters--and at a different rate. 

Taking time off gave me an opportunity to recognize how much *I* personally provide, as massage therapist; because it's more than massage. 

I provide a Wellness Partnership:

I provide mental and emotional support. 

I provide energy work.

I provide reflection and feedback. 

I provide tools for you to better support yourself.

I provide perspectives that asSister with perceiving your story from a differe...
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Breathe in the EIR!

March 24, 2021
We are collectively growing; individually, and together. 

The challenges that we get to experience, have shown us what we are capable of; and who we do, and do not want to be.

Now we get to Expand Into Resonance. 

Like Elementally Intuitive Movement, EIR is a deliberate practice. 

The more we each deliberately and consciously practice Expanding Into Resonance (in all directions at once, in and out), the easier it becomes for the collective whole to experience that EIR, as well. 

What we do for our...
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August 20, 2020


This word-spell guides me. 

I recognize it's been a bit since I posted in this sector; life has thrown us through loops.

We each adapt as best we can; that's part of practicing being "transitional."

Adapting to change is important; re-evaluating our expectations is necessary. 

Expectations are basically opinions about how we each think we want the world/environment/parameters/individual that we are observing, at the moment, to be...
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Choosing the Optimistic Perspective

January 13, 2020
Today I had a conversation with a friend about the semantics of "optimism."

She took it to mean "positive to the extreme," which in my opinion would be more akin to "blind optimism"--believing that everything is going to work out because it "always does" due to some sort of magical belief. 

The opposite would be "blind pessimism"--like the belief that one is "cursed," and thus "doomed to suffer."

My perspective of optimism, is that one accepts that life has challenges, and that it's not always e...
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Navigational Tools: The P's

August 23, 2019
In 2019, I have been practicing shifting my language.

Language is programming. How we talk to ourselves, is us talking to our nervous systems.

"Positive/negative" are words that I attempt to use primarily to describe polarity--but not persons, places or things...anymore, anyhow! (It's a programming practice).

A different perspective has been serving me well, thus far:

1. Is it practical?
2. Is it preferable?
3. Is it pleasant? me? (Because everyone is different, so these answers vary as much a...
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The Practice of "Being Okay With"

December 10, 2018

"How do you feel today?"


"Just okay? What's wrong?"

Nothing at all, really...I'm okay with the world and it's foibles.

To our nervous systems, being "okay" is a sustainable place to be; "okay" equates with "safe," which means we have more resources available for self-repair and restoration.

When we are "just okay," we aren't overly excited, which (while being a fun ride and an enjoyable experience) may reduce the energetic resources that are available to our self-repair/immune systems.

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Practicing a Neutral Posture

August 11, 2018

When it comes to our Hoopment practice, the Neutral Posture is as important as allowing the hoops to guide our movements.

A Neutral Posture provides a stable base, that allows for motion/sway, while supporting our spines/centers/cores.

As we practice Level 1, Finding Our Centers, we are not only discovering how the hoops prefer to move, we are also practicing maintaining our Neutral Postures throughout all of our movements--despite changes in elevation or foot position.

While grazing the hoops d...
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Acknowledging Our Human Tendencies

July 15, 2018
When it comes to reducing pressure on our nervous systems/vessels, WE are most instrumental.

Each individual has a basic reaction to ALL the things being taken in by our senses, whether biologically/socially programmed, or chosen.

The basic reaction is colored by the filters through which we perceive the data that our nervous systems are interpreting. 

Frustration is a human emotion that many of us (if not all of us -Allovus-) can admit to experiencing...sometimes daily...multiple times a day. 

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The Importance of "Choice"

June 16, 2018
Our experiences on this planet are very much affected by whether or not we feel we have a choice.

There are humans who think this experience has no reason; there are some who think this planet is a form of purgatory, or a prison planet; some people think it's a testing ground of our virtue, that determines where we go in the after-life....there are likely as many iterations of "why" as there are individuals, even when the perspectives are shared.

I spent more than a few years wondering why I wa...
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Sharing is Caring!

Margarita Navarrete-Hutchinson Sharing tools that assist us as we figure out the "humanning" help us on the journey of life, together. If my insights may be of service to others, I am grateful for the opportunity to share. May they serve you well.
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