Resources and Information


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NOTE:  Lori Sweet Studios cannot verify any of these tools, books, services, or organizations, so please do your own research to determine the validity for yourself.   The information is offered here for your convenience and to get the ball rolling!  I will say that everything listed here is either something I have benefited from myself OR a friend or client has given me as a recommendation.


I am Fearless MeditationLori Sweet
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Breathing Meditation and PrayerLori Sweet
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This is a relaxation and breathing meditation that ends with a prayer called "Oh Great Mystery" that was taught to me at the Wolf Clan Lodge over 25 years ago.  

This is a video for using EFT/Tapping to REDUCE anxiety.  16 minutes long 
You also can click on the PDF for a print out of information on TAPPING, by Nick Ortner,if you are unfamiliar with this amazing transformative tool.  

This is a video for making a simple sew-free mask offered by the site  as directed by the CDC as of 4/5/2020. they offer additional information and other mask making instructions.  This is one option.  Remember, these masks are not medical masks and social distancing should still be practiced. Also wash your mask material after use. 


Visit the American Reflexology certification board website to find certified reflexologists wherever you are.

Visit the Reflexology Association of America for information and research on reflexology.

Northest Foot and Ankle with Dr Ray McClanahan is in Oregon but they offer phone/skype consultations for non-surgical advice on shoes and foot health. Many videos to view for foot function information.


Katy Bowman's website helping with movement related issues.  LOTS of free information.

a website exploring the benefits of ball rolling on the body. 

The HeartMath Institute resources page for tools for reducing stress and tapping into the heart space. Science made simple.

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT or Tapping)

Lots of videos and options out there. But my favorite are   with Dawson Church  (monthly newsletter option)
              and            Nick Ortner and Jessica Ortner


click here for a handout on EFT/Tapping you can print out. 


Classical Pilates with Rebekah Morgan in New Cumberland
FROM HER WEBSITE: Pilates is a method of exercise and physical movement that was specifically designed to stretch, balance, and strengthen the body.


Yoga with Elizabeth Terry (a certified Krishnamacharya Healing Yoga Foundation teacher) Elizabeth teaches a Yoga for Wise Women class on Friday mornings offering modified postures. 


Yamuna Ball Rolling Foot Class with Beth Butler (Owner of The Movement Center) in Harrisburg at 

Hatha and Restorative Yoga with Tracey Calhoun currently teaching at on Brairsdale Road. 

Downsizing and Organizing service with Laura Souders, founder of Healthier Spaces Organizing. 

Lots of energy medicine classes and workshops, meditation training, reikishares, and Reiki services at


Hmmm books are hard to narrow down. I love to read and have literally hundreds of books on my shelves but here are a few books and most of them are user friendly with great exercises and self care techniques to assist you. 

Don't Just Sit There (2015)  Katy Bowman

Whole Body Barefoot (2015) Katy Bowman

Every Woman's Guide to Foot Pain Relief (2011) Katy Bowman

Dynamic Aging by Katy Bowman

The Story of the Human Body by Daniel Lieberman

Earthing by Ober, Sinatra and Zucker

the Nature Fix by Florence Williams

From Stress to Strength by Robert Eliot, MD

The Tapping Solution by NIck Ortner

The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss by Jessica Ortner

Transforming Stress by Doc Childre and Deborah Rozman (HeartMath)
The Breathing Book by Donna Farhi

The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton

Do One Thing Different by Bill OHanlon
Panic Attacks: A Natural Approach by Shirley Trickett

20-Minute Retreats by Rachel Harris, Ph.D.


A Year to Clear by Stephanie Bennett Vogt


Shoes are not created equal.  Your feet are unique too but there are some human traits that unite us.  When looking for supportive shoes or transitioning to less restrictive shoes, use common sense.   Take time.  Do some research.  Get measured, listen to your body, pick shoes that are comfortable the moment you put them on. Remember our feet are meant to move and move us.  This list of shoe providers offers some alternative options and growing interest in more functional shoe wear.  There is a vast spectrum of shoes still offered on these sites.  These are for your viewing pleasure and for informational purposes and you must determine, along with your medical care providers, what might work best for you.