Helping You Heal Mind and Body
I hope you are enjoying this gorgeous warm weather now that we are deep into summer!
I have been spending a lot of time taking an online program about trauma. For those of you who have been following me and my journey into the Mind-Body world, you know this...
I have a lot of exciting things coming up in the next few weeks and I want to share one of them with you.
This week I am blessed to lead a Free webinar helping pregnant mamas get ready for their delivery. It is called Easy Delivery--How to Help Your Pelvic Floor...
Being a parent is hard.
Most of us have heard that being a parent is the most rewarding and most difficult job we can have.
In my experience, this is very true.
And being a new parent when you are still recovering from the delivery is harder.
Let’s be honest, if you have recently (or not...
Last week, I started my blog by asking how you feel. I am curious. Did you check in with your body and pay attention to how you felt?
I want to thank every person who kindly reached out to me. It was unexpected and greatly appreciated. I think this was the first time I truly put myself...
Hi, How are you feeling?
I don't mean that in the way it is often asked, in a nonchalant, I-don’t-really-want-to-know-but-I-feel-like-I-need-to-be-polite kind of way. I mean it.
How are you really feeling?
Do you ever take some time in your day to check in and notice how...
For the past few weeks, I have been talking all about diaphragmatic breathing (DB). Two weeks ago, I discussed some of the many health benefits and last week I reviewed how to actually engage and use your diaphragm for DB.
This week I’d like to give you a few pointers in case this is...
In last week’s blog I discussed your diaphragm. As a refresher, the diaphragm is a dome-shaped muscle that sits along the bottom of your ribs. It is the biggest respiratory muscle in your body, and ideally, people use this muscle as their primary muscle for breathing.
The diaphragm is...