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.
In this practice we gently get into our bodies while using our breath as an anchor. (This is especially beneficial for people with chronic pain).
Can you make room for your experience with pain, sadness or anxiety?
There has been so much talk over the past several years about the benefits of probiotics, and more recently on prebiotics. And then I was falling this Flo Living diet last year that emphasized eating fermented foods during certain parts of your menstrual cycle. So this got me thinking, what should we be taking/eating?
“While it may not be possible for us to cure ourselves or to find someone who can, it is possible for us to heal ourselves – to learn to live with and work with the conditions that present themselves in the present moment. Healing implies the possibility that we can relate differently to illness, disability, even death, as we learn to see with the eyes of wholeness.” – Jon Kabat-Zinn
Sometimes we get “hooked” on our thoughts, which often causes anxiety and depressive ruminations. What if we could learn away to just have thoughts be thoughts, without getting hooked. This week we can…
This mindfulness practice is a grounding technique that is helpful for anxiety because it allows us to be present. Being
Getting present is so important because it allows us to not dwell on the past or future, or to only
There is such a delicate balance between the body and mind and how they interact with each other. At the
This is yin yoga at it’s finest. Contacting the present moment, maybe lucking out with some relaxation but the purpose