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Sam Burnell

Wellness Therapist

Sam was born in Cape Town and pursued studies in Therapeutic Reflexology, Meridian Therapy, Shiatsu, Reiki and Yoga Therapy. While working as a Bodywork Therapist in and around the Cape, her main passion lay in teaching children and young adult's yoga and mindfulness ...

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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.

Guy Lacy Chapman
Explorer

Very powerful, Sam.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

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 and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

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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