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Sam Burnell

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Sam was born in Cape Town and is passionate about integrative bodywork therapies and healing concepts. Following two years of studies in Therapeutic Reflexology and Meridian therapy in Cape Town, she spent a year in SE Asia deepening her personal yoga practice, exploring ...

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on The Love Language of Touch

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

This is a lovely blog Sam. Touch is so important to us. There is nothing as nice as a hug. If it is to say how are you, I am sorry, I am thinking if you, Thank you or I love you. It is the best medicine for stress.

Very powerful, Sam.

Denise Vouri
Digital Tracker

What a lovely article! It is so true that without the sense of touch, we humans don’t function very well. We need those handshakes, hugs, the gentle hand on a shoulder when things are going badly… there are lessons to be learned by observing our animals in the wild as well as our domesticated friends. So, on that note, I send a hug to you v

Michael & Terri Klauber
Digital Tracker

Sam, What a beautiful way to remind us of how important those 5 key parts of our language of love are! We will explore that for sure!

I love everything about this! A beautiful message beautifully written. Thank you. 🙂

Ashraf Refat
Explorer

This is so lovely !!

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