Video post about one of my favourite yoga poses for my back & chest.
When I moved across the province at the end of October, I did NOT do a good job pacing myself. Granted I had help for the physical moving but not the packing or unpacking or the putting together of furniture – that was all on me.
If you never thought of cleaning as exercise, I’m about to blow your mind.
Did you know most animals do not get ulcers? Or suffer these kinds of physical ailments from stress? To be honest I never really thought about this before reading this book.
The noticing self is something that I have found to be very important in my own life, and in the lives of my clients, and this practice helps us to cultivate it.
I would repress anger until it boiled over and spilled out like. Then I was accused of having ‘anger problems’ but really, looking back I was just not expressing it as it came about. On the other hand, sadness, joy, etc. all seemed to come out appropriately.
Chest openers are a great stretch, and personally helpful in managing some of my chronic pain.
All jokes aside, my symptoms are increased pain, increased fatigue, really bad jaw pain, my left foot is super veiny and sore (my calf is fine though so unlikely anything super serious). How the heck can I manage all of this?
Time to get a little more movement into our elbows and wrists, to keep them working well.
Once again, the summit/conference was a 3-day event for (1) physicians, (2) allied healthcare professionals (like me!), and (3) people with lived experience (also like me!). This summit had such amazing info, so here’s what the third day looked like, and some of my key takeaways from it!