Spring, on the other hand, is the ideal time to cleanse and detoxify the body. There are many reasons to engage in spring detox.
Spring is the most natural time of year to begin making significant changes to our health.
Rather than going to the grocery store and purchasing enough packaged and processed food to last the week, purchase fresh, whole foods that you’ll process and make into nutritious meals for you and your family.
Prepared foods which have been a part of our modern lifestyle for over 70 years have really changed the way we relate to food. These foods have made eating so convenient that
Proper nutrition plays a key role in thriving, healing and recovery
It’s time to make a shift- love yourself more, feel better about yourself, heal your relationship with food, exercise, money, work- the habits that have formed that are not serving your highest potential.
The monkey mind was a term that I was completely unaware of prior to my injury. In reality, it is a way of being that I engaged in often, as I frantically moved through my 20s and 30s trying to achieve all the pinnacles of success that are deemed important in life. But it wasn’t […]
Health care is about finding the right practitioner for you – the person you resonate with and the person with the greatest understanding of your situation.
Inevitably there is shift and change that occurs in everyone’s life from time to time. A job change, a move, the loss of a loved one, or a health crisis brings change to life. When changes to one’s life is unexpected or undesired, transitioning to a new way of living can be difficult, it can challenge your health, your relationships and your level of optimism.
When seeking the advice of HCP, enter the relationship with the understanding that the two of you will work as partners to explore the effectiveness of various therapies and approaches for your situation. Expect to be a collaborative member in this partnership who will make informed decisions about available options.
Doctors often play a let’s wait and see game when it comes to many non-life threatening conditions, especially backs and disc herniation. While you’re waiting you have an important role to play in regaining your health.
In our busy, stressed-filled life it can be very easy to loose touch with the needs of our body. Our bodies are constantly sending calls for attention- learn to listen and you’ll be on the path to better health.
Stress is clearly linked with disease, illness and injury. In psychology, stress is defined as a feeling of stain or pressure, with symptoms that include a sense of overwhelm, anxiety, irritability, insecurity, depression, insomnia, sexual dysfunction, or exhaustion.
February has me thinking about LOVE and specifically self-love, and self-care. Many of the clients I work with struggle with body image and cultivating an appreciation for their body.