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Randy Eady
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​​To Think or Not to Think? In Nature There's No Question...

I recently posted a piece on FBook w/these images in relation to work I'm doing for the Functional Neurological Disorder Forum and several films (Wild Plants & Call of the Forest)​ were related to Nature & ​Forest Therapy​ approaches being showcased in Europe.  Specifically, I've featured a concept called prosody (internal dialogue~self…See More
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Movement Champion, Generations Ambassador, Psycho~Culturally Responsive Disability Services and Sensual Animist
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Foot Whispering
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Former professor& counselor in Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at the USAF Academy, CO, Randy is a member of the Tai Chi for Health Community and the International Council on Active Aging. Programs support the wellness benefits of integrative exercise. Specialty: inter-generational balance and coordination. Conducts inclusive children's Tai Chi (Toes Knows) Movement training classes and for those "young @ heart".

During professorial tenure started the Quest Ed. Found. in Colorado to foster mentor education and multi-cultural contact. Evolved to enterprise based out of Cologne, Germany in mid-2000s. In 2009, an outreach program was founded on Eady's extensive Rehab. Counselor training that led to the creation of Ko~Sha~Rey Rhythms (KR) Therapeutics

Why Ko~Sha~Rey?
The koshare is said to be the substance from which artists and scientists build rhythms ...by being grenzenlaufer (boundary runners).

Pueblo Indians see the Koshare as the first men. (A certain goddess wanted to amuse her companions and so she rubbed a ball of skin off herself in order to make the Koshare.)

Today the Koshare are the clowns who enliven the Pueblo dance w/absurd antics. They perform a critical function, since their satirical comments/posturings on the times are beyond censorship.

As social boundary guides the Koshare “plays” an important integrating role in social life and ceremony; they teach lessons; give biting social commentary~~

In assoc. w/ International Council on Active Aging, Gen. United, the US Play Coalition and Let's Go Chipper, KR implements multi-generational therapeutic wellness programs.
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http://hollywoodhealingcenter.org
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​​To Think or Not to Think? In Nature There's No Question...

I recently posted a piece on FBook w/these images in relation to work I'm doing for the Functional Neurological Disorder Forum and several films (…
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Posted on January 26, 2017 at 2:00am

Raised Garden Elevates More Than Plants

Posted on November 11, 2014 at 3:00am

Love Thy Nature

Knowing "it's extremely important to have a film depict more about the depth of how interconnected we are with everything around us" is filmmaker Sylvie Rokab's underscore of the theme of Love Thy Nature.



The documentary uses a transformative journey of the disembodied narrator (Liam Neeson) from cynic to enlivened advocate to make this point. Sapien, as the voiceover of humankind is known, begins to fill the blank space that represents the "root cause" of our climate change crisis:… Continue

Posted on November 9, 2014 at 12:09pm

"Down to Earth" Foot Whispering in Holland and Germany



The Foot Whisperer & Therapeutic Gardens:  Holland & Germany…



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Posted on July 3, 2012 at 12:55pm — 1 Comment

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At 6:59am on March 8, 2011, Matthew H. E. M. Browning said…

Thanks for the blog.  Hope we can stay in touch,

Matthew

At 2:33pm on December 16, 2010, Juliet Robertson said…

Hi Randy

 

I hadn't clicked that you were here on C&NN Connect. I have you in my Facebook friends!

 

I run the International and Scotland Groups here which is one way of sharing any interesting news or information with people from around the world. Please do join up.

 

Best wishes

Juliet

 

At 6:04pm on October 22, 2010, Christy Schultz said…
I'm out of town tomorrow through next weekend, would have loved to know more about the therapy garden conference...maybe next time. Look forward to networking in nature soon.
christy
At 11:48am on October 22, 2010, Christy Schultz said…
Hi Randy...great to see some more Florida folks on here....
I'm in Hollywood - not too far (in Boca pretty often) Your work sounds really cool - had never heard of the therapy you do. Very different here from Colorado...hope you are enjoying it.
Christy
At 1:32pm on September 21, 2010, Suz Lipman said…
Hi Randy! Hearty welcome to the forum. The info on Kosharey is fascinating, as are your blog posts. I'm so glad you've jumped in and shared your writing and ideas. I hope you'll continue to make yourself at home here, and that you find rich resources and discussion among the other members. Do you know about out International group? That's one of many that might be of interest to you. I hope to see you again very soon.
 
 
 

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