5 Body Acceptance Practices You Can Try Today

5 Body Acceptance Practices You Can Try Today

When it comes to our bodies, I frankly, am sick of tired of the notion of waiting. That notion of until next year,  of putting living life off—for when the “ideal” weight is reached, or when those jeans fit...

Continue reading →

Thigmotropism: Response To Touch

Thigmotropism: Response To Touch

Let’s channel our inner Dora the Explorer - “can you say Thigmotropism?” Ok so this isn’t a Spanish word like Dora is fond of, but it was certainly Greek to me the first time I heard it. Thigmotropism, or...

Continue reading →

Time for the Ahimsa Diet

Time for the Ahimsa Diet

A new word entered my world and I can’t shake the meaning. This word - Ahimsa - means “do no harm”. It is a sanskrit word to abstain from causing injury. As a wellness practitioner, I’m very aware of...

Continue reading →

Is Your Posture Straight or Does Your Brain Just Think So?

Is Your Posture Straight or Does Your Brain Just Think So?

Is Your Posture Straight or Does Your Brain Just Think So? Let’s talk posture as it’s a frequent conversation point with my teenage sons. I see them hunched over their laptops for homework, and slouching on the couch for video games. Thankfully,...

Continue reading →

Massage Satisfies All 5 Love Languages

Massage Satisfies All 5 Love Languages

Massage Satisfies All 5 Love Languages Are you a quality time kind of person, or a gift-giver? If you’ve read The Five Love Languages, by Gary Chapman then you are one of the 20 million (and counting) who know a new...

Continue reading →

Interested in Intuitive Eating? You must do this first!

Interested in Intuitive Eating? You must do this first!

Interested in Intuitive Eating? You must do this first! Are you fed up with dieting? Good. Fad diets often lead to disappointment and long-term weight gain. So now, you’ve started looking for what you can do to eat healthy and...

Continue reading →

The Importance of White Space

The Importance of White Space

The Importance of White Space When I was younger, I loved art. My art teacher taught me about composition and understanding how everything has its place, even the empty spaces. When I grew older, I took photography lessons, where I learned...

Continue reading →

An Emotional Embrace

An Emotional Embrace

An Emotional Embrace Let it go. I hear myself saying these words often. “Let it go; it doesn’t serve you.” “Let it go; it’s not worth the pain.” Recently, I had a powerful, introspective journey through guided breathwork and meditation. The imagery I...

Continue reading →

The Gravity of Balance

The Gravity of Balance

The Gravity of Balance “Call 911.” “Call 911.” Those were the words I heard calling across my neighbor’s fence. He was home, alone, and had fallen. He was trying (with no success) to get Siri to call 911. Unfortunately, I couldn’t move...

Continue reading →

Help for Good Health

Help for Good Health

Help for Good Health My tulips are not the only thing springing up this time of year. A theme has quickly emerged from my conversations with friends and clients. The theme is best expressed as….”I need help!” I feel compelled to...

Continue reading →