The Path To Wellbeing
As you probably know, it is always important to manage stress. Many preventable diseases can be linked back to an elevated and prolonged stress response in the body. During a health crisis, however, it is of utmost importance for us to maintain calm and access the healing energy of the...
I hate being in pain!
The other night, following a mountain bike ride, my left shin hurt so much I couldn’t even stand on it! I didn’t think I had done anything out of the ordinary. Yet, my leg was killing me. It’s funny how everything else I had to do that night suddenly became...
Are you perpetually making to-do lists--but find yourself unable to complete the tasks efficiently?
Additionally, do you often feel lost and overwhelmed with your responsibilities, and despite being continuously busy, perceive you are not making progress in the important aspects of your life?
Body awareness is the first step towards a pain free body.
One of the initial things a client often experiences while working with me is enhanced postural awareness. Prior to our session, they rarely thought about how they held their body. After our time together, my clients become aware of how...
"What looks like laziness may actually be exhaustion."
This was one of the lessons from the book Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard. I listened to this book last year and recently attended a Wellcoaches class on the book which prompted me to write this blog.
You're probably heard these benefits of exercise:
- Elevated Mood
- Weight Management
- Better Sleep
- Reduced Stress
- Lower Blood Pressure
But did you know exercise also makes you smarter?
That's what John Ratey, MD author of Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the...