Shoji Arts Blog

Six Months

September 4, 2021
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Dear Community and Clients.

Thank you! Without all of you, I wouldn’t be able to see Shoji Arts turn 6 months old today.

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Mission, Vision & Values

August 7, 2021
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For being so important, this Mission, Vision & Values statement needs its own blog!

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Spleen 6

June 13, 2021
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Happy International Shiatsu Day!
Today’s post is dedicated to Spleen 6, the Three Yin Junction.

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AAPI Month 2021

May 18, 2021
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Happy API Heritage Month! Here are some community resources I’ve compiled, just in case you are interested.

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shiatsu & u: Headaches, Migraines, Neck Pain

April 21, 2021
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Headaches? Migraines? Neck pain? Shiatsu can help.

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Spread Asian Love

March 22, 2021
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It is not enough to look at hate with a racial subcategory directed toward Asians, much as there are important issues to speak on with regard to cultural portrayals or misrepresentation or underrepresentation in the media, cultural appropriation, erasure, and so on.

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The Rings of Saturn

March 18, 2021
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After my book club decided our next selection would be German-English author W.G. Sebald’s ‘The Rings of Saturn’ (1995), I decided to #supportlocal and purchase my edition at Odyssey Bookstore at 115 Green Street!

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Ribbon Cutting

March 4, 2021
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At its base, Shoji Arts is about health. Health for the whole body, mind and spirit. Health for ourselves and health for our communities.

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Knowledge is Power

January 31, 2021
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Knolwedge is Power. What do Martin Luther King, Jr., Thich Nhat Hanh, and José Rizal have in common? Read more to find out. In today’s post I honor José Rizal, conceived by many people as the beloved national hero of the Philippines.

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Land and Culture

January 18, 2021
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Our Body, the earth, is a sacred land. The biggest lesson that dawned on me in 2020 is the importance of connecting intimately with the land and culture of where one’s “from” (one’s “roots”), as well as connecting intimately with the land and culture of where one “is” (one’s inhabitance).

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