We have to admit: nobody ever accused North Carolina of being on the forefront of any trends that trickle out of New York but, for once, things are different.
I have been teaching the MELT Method now for well over 3 years here, and we have a few more instructors in the Triad and the Triangle now, even though the western part of the state is still a MELT wasteland. But compare that to other states of the union with no MELT instructors at all, many in the so-called heartland which is still a MELT dessert.
Bad for them, good for us. And in little over a week’s time, we will be able to welcome Sue Hitzmann herself to North Carolina. She created the MELT Method, and she will, in a whirlwind stopover, teach three MELT Intro Classes here in our state, two of them back to back at the Rex Wellness Center in Raleigh, and the other at the YMCA in Wilson.
I was the organizer for the classes in Raleigh, and those classes sold out in a flash. I can feel the excitement people have at the opportunity to meet Sue in person. Many of them are already seasoned MELTers for whom MELT has become a part of their lives, and that is because the regular application of MELT has impacted them in such a positive way.
I have rarely found anything quite as rewarding as introducing people to this self-treatment technique. MELT empowers people to take control over a part of their healthcare which had to be handed over before to others who would to it to them or for them.
Power to the people!