Don’t Miss Out! Somatic and Headache Coaching Sale Ends July 31, 2015!

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I’m offering deep, deep discounts in my Somatic Coaching and Headache Healing sessions! See special rates | packages, sign-up below! Sale ends July 31, 2015.

Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity! If you want to reduce stress, gain mind-body health, heal your headaches, and live a fulfilling, meaningful, and vibrant life, I’ll take you there. I’ve been doing transformative work for forty-five years and helped thousands of people.

If you’ve been waiting for a good time to jump into Somatic Coaching or get your migraines under control, this is it! These specials are for remote sessions, so you can have a transformative experience right where you are, in the comfort of your home or office.

Can you heal headaches that way, you ask? Absolutely! I’ve been helping clients heal their headaches and transform their lives way before Skype and FaceTime without ever meeting them in person.

“Jan introduced me to techniques that instilled in me the power to modify and eventually control my headaches. Via phone sessions she was able to convey methods of head, face, and neck self-massage to help ease the tension that contributed to my migraines.”


What would I work on in Somatic Coaching, you ask? Are you stuck, stressed, want to get moving in any area of your life or resolve an old issue, but can’t seem to make it happen or make your learning stick? Bring yourself home to your body and use it as an oasis of information. Recharge your being with practices that will sustain you in good and difficult times. That’s what we do.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity! I look forward to working with you! Best, Jan Mundo


Sale Details – Buy Now!

SALE ENDS JULY 31, 2015!

  • FaceTime • Skype • Phone
  • Buy thru July 31 • Pay by Chase QuickPay, PayPal, or Check.
  • Please see each special for Use By dates.
  • New client first session is 1.5 hours.
  • If you’d like to schedule a conversation with Jan Mundo, fill out Contact Form and include phone number, time zone, and available times. (Info not published or shared.)

To Purchase: Complete this form, and you will receive an invoice.


Here’s what Martin H. Ehrlich, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Center for Health and Healing, said:

“Working with body, mind and spirit, increasing my self awareness, and teaching me to more effectively channel my own and others’ energy, Jan has helped me become a better physician, manager, husband, father and a healthier and happier person.”

“Jan Mundo has created a hands-on method of healing headaches that may revolutionize the migraine industry.”      — Richard Strozzi-Heckler, PhD, Introduction to Being Human at Work (North Atlantic, 2003).


Update: Thank you, everybody, for your good wishes and advice! I’m working at rehabbing my knee and feel like I’m slowly improving. I’ve heard an encouraging number of meniscal tear repair-without-surgery personal stories. I’m back to writing my headache self-care book.

My Knee Rehab, So Hopefully I Avoid Surgery: Somatic and Headache Coaching Fire Sale!

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Well, yes, I’ve been down for the count for the past three weeks, nursing meniscus tears and other stuff. (It’s a knee thing. Can you say gym dance classes, a concrete fall, yoga, and moving too fast? Sometimes, literally NYC streets and sidewalks are not your friend.)

I hope all this rest and loss of my New York summer (Oh, well, aren’t I supposed to be finishing my headache book anyway?) will heal my knee, so I won’t need surgery.

Meanwhile, My sitting on my arse is Your gain. If you’ve been wanting to jump into Somatic Coaching or get your migraines under control once and for all but waiting for a good time, this is your moment!

I’m offering deep, deep discounts in my somatic coaching and headache healing sessions—all remote!

Can you heal headaches that way, you ask? Absolutely! I’ve helped people heal their headaches and transform their lives for years without ever meeting them in person.

“Jan introduced me to techniques that instilled in me the power to modify and eventually control my headaches. Via phone sessions she was able to convey methods of head, face, and neck self-massage to help ease the tension that contributed to my migraines.”


What do you work on with Somatic Coaching, you ask? Are you stuck, stressed, want to get moving in any area of your life or resolve an old issue, but can’t seem to make it happen or make your learning stick? Bring yourself home to your body and use it as an oasis of information. Recharge your being with practices that will sustain you in good and difficult times.

Here’s what Martin H. Ehrlich, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Center for Health and Healing, said:

“Working with body, mind and spirit, increasing my self awareness, and teaching me to more effectively channel my own and others’ energy, Jan has helped me become a better physician, manager, husband, father and a healthier and happier person.”


Don’t miss out on this opportunity, and I look forward to working with you!


Sale Details — Buy Now!
SALE ENDS JULY 31, 2015!
  • FaceTime • Skype • Phone • Rates are for Private Sessions
  • Buy thru July 31 • Pay by Chase QuickPay, PayPal, or Check.
  • Please see each special for Use By dates.
  • New client first session is 1.5 hours.

To Purchase: Complete this form, and you will receive an invoice.


“Jan Mundo has created a hands-on method of healing headaches that may revolutionize the migraine industry.”  —Richard Strozzi-Heckler, PhD, Introduction to Being Human at Work (North Atlantic, 2003).

What’s Your AQ — Appreciation Quotient?

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When I first moved to Manhattan from Berkeley, I was enthralled with the energy of people on the streets, the architectural mix of old and new buildings, cultures, languages, the parks, museums, outdoor concerts, the concentration of people and cars flowing with and around each other. Then there was the light, island light, that illuminated dingy structures into glistening art, making window-pane patterns on neighboring facades.

It was all so different and new, and there was so much to discover in this dense urban jungle. But it hit me early on that I could easily lose the glow, just like anywhere else, through living life. To keep it going, I decided I’d have to pretend I was a tourist–well, my kind of low-key one.

What is it about being a tourist that makes us feel free? We’re unburdened by daily routines, obligations, deadlines, knowing what will happen. Ideally, we take the time to enjoy whatever it is we’re doing, unburdened. Even with plans, our surroundings are different, so we notice them. We’re more open, we explore and delight in colors, textures, landscapes, people, nuances. We rediscover the world through our wonderment.

After this year’s brutal winter, all the plants and trees were still dormant grey and brown in March, then April. It seemed as if they’d just given up and decided it wasn’t going to be safe to come out this year. But then across the street, peeking up through a pipe and plywood scaffolding, I spied the pale yellow lacy blossoms on a single tree. It was so exciting to see a new color that I took a pic and posted it. Wasn’t it beautiful!

When I revisited the whole picture, I was surprised that the scene actually looked pretty dingy and the flowers weren’t all that yellow. I’d been so appreciative of that small bit of difference, that its significance was magnified. As the next blossoms emerged, that first bit of color seemed embarrassingly small to have meant so much. What was I thinking? It was nothing to me now! Each successive wave of colors, blossoms, and scents, all so special and amazing, would wither and recede, finally making way for the lush green umbrella of trees. But then even those, ever-present, would soon go unnoticed.

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At summer’s end when those first maples become weary of the heat and their leaves get tinged with gold, sensing their rest is near while we’re still sweltering, I notice. Each year, we ooh and ah over the reds, yellows, and oranges that were just our beloved, but now usual, greens.

I see my Appreciation Quotient in so many areas of my life. I’ll be trucking along, in the flow, getting it done, and then, boom, wipe out. I’ll take a fall, get a cut, a burn, a flu, a migraine, throw out my back. I’m unable to do a thing or am strictly limited in what I can do, forced into downtime. But then, thankfully, there’s the re-inhabiting of my rhythms.

Sometimes I bounce back quickly, but others I have to start on the ground floor and rebuild myself, inch by inch. That’s how my body, my being, seems to do it. During that time, I’m so appreciative for each little step, movement, victory, bite of food, sip of water, bit of energy, lack of pain. At zero, with little capacity to see the bigger picture, I appreciate each moment and what I am able to do.

What determines our AQ? We experience that fresh, bright yellow-green of spring, a new love, the precious people in our lives, the sun’s warmth drawing us into the street to mingle like ants after the storm, and we’re filled with wonder. But then we get bored with the familiar and lulled into complacency.

How do we stay open in the moment and notice what is alive inside and around us? I’m not prescribing, I’m exploring—and perhaps that is the way—and sharing it. Have I told you lately? I appreciate you very much!

Love and blessings,

Jan Mundo

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