Moonset offers the promise of a new dawn. - For Body and Mind

This Saturday, June 15th, will be my last shift at UCSF. To mark the transition to full-time private practice without working at another gym or spa, I am making a special offer.

Through July 15th, clients new to my private practice as well as to existing clients can take advantage of a 40% discount in a few different ways. Clients new to my private practice will be able to choose up to 2 single-session 60- or 90-minute appointments, or they may be pre-pay for a 3-session package. Existing clients may redeem a 40% discount on a single 60- or 90-minute session.
Regular Rates, Single-Session
60 minutes – $90
90 minutes – $120

Transitions 40% Special
60 minutes – $54 single-session, $162 3-pack
90 minutes – $72 single-session, $216 3-pack

In addition to the Transitions Special through July 15th, I am working to put out a regular newsletter. My goal is to send out a newsletter somewhere between every couple of weeks to about monthly. It will cover news about my practice, general health-related news, and perhaps special offers. I hope that it will be something informative and entertaining that you will look forward to reading and sharing with your friends. Please take this opportunity to sign up.

In Health & Deep Gratitude,
Scott Henady

P.S. You might be wondering why the photos. They are San Francisco moonsets I’ve taken, leading to the promise of a bright new dawn. Just thought I’d share.

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A San Francisco Sunset for Wally Walker

Wally Walker passed away in late May. He had just recently celebrated his 64th birthday. Sunday, ACTCM and the Alumni Association held a memorial service for him at the beautiful and historic Swedenborgian Church in San Francisco. Many friends came to pay their respects and share some of their love for and memories of Wally. While I didn’t take my camera with me because I wanted to be 100% present for the memorial, I did bring it out once I got home. I wanted to share these with you as we say goodbye to Wally’s physical presence, but welcome his spirit into our hearts, and wish him well on his journey onward.

There is just a little more below the photos.





In the past 15 years, Wally Walker has given a lot to the ACTCM community. But I think there can be little doubt that one of his greatest contributions was the work he did to create a successful Alumni Association. Without his work, alumni services would not exist for ACTCM. I knew Wally as a great advocate for the students and alumni of ACTCM, and never met him without hearing words of encouragement from him, as well as feeling the warmth of his joyful spirit. The college has set up a scholarship fund to preserve and build on his legacy as a passionate advocate for the students of ACTCM.

Rest in Peace, Wally Walker.