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Yang Sheng 'Life Nourishing' Qigong is an extremely powerful tool for bringing out ones natural human potential and optimal fitness. Physical health and mental well being are a direct result of the practice. The core of our training is...

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Instructor: Kimber Green

Kimber Green is Board Certified by the NCBTMB National Certification Board in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, and holds a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology. 

Named Best Mindfulness Coach in 2016 Best of Boston magazine, she has taught mindfulness meditation for over 10 years in academic environments, the corporate setting, rehabilitation, community and yoga centers. 

She has been a speech-language pathologist for over 20 years in the rehabilitation, hospital and academic/research settings, with a specialty in the area of cognition. Blending her cognitive clinical background with eastern meditation concepts, Kimber attempts to clarify mindfulness meditation concepts, making them more accessible, practical and relevant to daily life. 

Her therapeutic massage work blends the modalities of deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial and Swedish. Her practice takes a careful and collaborative approach to address each client’s specific needs, maximizing each session. Kimber’s interest and knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology help her identify problematic muscles and connective tissue.

She is an avid trail runner and has completed many marathon and ultra-distance trail runs. She credits both mindfulness meditation and massage for her success and enjoyment of trail running. Her husband is a scientist at MGH-IHP and her 2 teenaged children keep her grounded. Kimber provides services to individual clients as well as partnering with organizations such as The Spaulding Stroke Recovery Research Institute and MGH Institute of Health Professions, Lesley University, Lexington Community Education, Arlington Community Education, Brooklyn Boulders Somerville, and Greater Boston Running Co.