It's Monday...again. And you may approach it with renewed vigor for your health and wellness, or you may feel sloth-like and loathing after a weekend of indulgence. I'm mixed on the fence today. But here's the good news...it costs you absolutely nothing to bring yourself back to center.
The Breathe & Eat program is now open for registration and will be closing on Wednesday, January 21st @ 12 noon so you don't want to miss out! With this mindful eating program, you will be able to
More than half of the women in our community believe that lack of will power is why they are unsuccessful with a healthy eating program. It's NOT about will power.
A number of years ago I was doing a phone interview with a magazine and the reporter asked, "If you don't weigh and measure your clients, how do you measure success?" That question was pivotal for me. "I measure the success of my clients by how they engage in their lives." Boom. That was it.
After surveying our community, I learned that over 62% of the women believed that lack of shopping, planning and preparing food was the #1 reason that derailed them or made them feel unsuccessful with a healthy eating program.
Get in touch with your anatomy. It's the biggest kept secret out there. Create a more peaceful relationship with your body by connecting to the muscles and bones in a way that truly means something to you and not just the pain you feel when the body is injured or out of alignment.
Our relationship with nature and plants in a natural partnership. Learn how to boost your health and vitality with these three tips.
Did you know your intestines are approximately 26 feet? You won't believe this demo!
Here's a quick show and tell about your stomach!
Here is the recording from our breathing teleclass and a few highlights! Your body burns off 700 billion old cells daily. The old cells are toxic and can cause a sluggish feeling in your body if they are not eliminated at the same rate they are being produced. The waste is easily eliminated if you are breathing properly and getting plenty of oxygen.