There are some things to consider when deciding if online therapy is right for you.
Wellness Blog | Integrative Healing
Sometimes we get stuck in the thinking that therapy is just for the “mentally unwell,” for people who don’t know how to handle their problems or for relationships that are on the brink of divorce.
When we breathe more consciously, we can help to reduce the effects of stressful situations and create a sense of peace in difficult moments.
Strategically written journal prompts and affirmations have been chosen to get you thinking in a positive direction.
To know if stress and adrenal fatigue is something you need to address, check out the most common symptoms and my healing recommendations below.
If you’ve been invited to your first sound bath or you’re thinking about scheduling one for yourself and a friend, you may have a few questions about how to prepare.
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.
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.
Yoga Nidra, often called “yoga sleep”, is a guided relaxation and meditation practice that helps transcend you into a state of deep relaxation.