Many people are having mental health challenges due to Covid and all that has transpired since 2020. Even if you’re not struggling with diagnosable mental health concerns, you may be experiencing increased irritability and moodiness.
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Fear and anxiety actually can go beyond your thoughts alone. In fact, these emotions may be trapped in your core muscles. The PSOAS muscle, also known as “The Muscle of the Soul” lies deep within our core.
Did you know that sugar is added to nearly 75% of processed foods? I call these added sugars “sneaky sugars” because they end up in foods you wouldn’t expect. If you are looking to decrease the amount of sugar you eat, try one of my tips.
If the word meditation brings to mind an image of someone sitting in a perfect upright posture, cross-legged on the floor with eyes closed, it’s not surprising. While this is definitely one popular way to meditate, the truth is there are numerous ways to engage in a meditative practice
For those that live with chronic pain, it can be a perpetual dark cloud that constantly hangs over you. When efforts to manage the pain become less effective or even ineffective more people find themselves looking to other alternatives. One alternative that is often sought after is Reiki therapy.
While school often prepares students in finding an amazing career, it may not always provide the emotional tools to help support in achieving these goals. Yoga is a great way to help manage your college stress.
Whether a beginner or a seasoned yogi, taking a private class is truly is about connecting with yourself. This is your time to shine.
As an integrative nutrition health coach, I often get asked by women how to balance their hormones naturally. I’ve put together my Top 10 Tips that you can begin to find balance.
Energy healing is a holistic practice that is the ideal complement to traditional medicine. Unlike traditional medicine, however, energy healing techniques promote wellness of the whole-person: mind, body, spirit, and emotion.
Have you ever wondered why certain food makes you feel tired, jittery, or sleepy? Do some foods leave you satisfied for an hour, but shortly leave you searching for another snack? These are examples of how food and mood are connected.