If you’re feeling any of these symptoms, this may be the ideal program for YOU! *Bloating, constipation. *Tired and lacking energy. *Dry skin and lack luster hair. *A feeling of living in a fog or cloudy head. *Discomfort after … Continue reading →
Ever wonder how to support a healthy brain easily? Nutrition is key. In this guidebook you will find a synopsis of the top posts on what to eat. Source: Nutrition is King: The Ultimate Guidebook to Supporting Healthy Brain Function … Continue reading →
Dr Libby Weaver is a Holistic Nutrition Specialist. If you’ve read some of my other posts on liver health you’ll know how much I love her energy, her stance on women’s health and the simplistic manner in which she makes … Continue reading →
This post is quite different than my post of Sorry Hun I didn’t know This was something I knew about. I knew you were different. Special. But of course all new moms think their off spring are special. Whereas … Continue reading →
“All my failures can be traced to my silence” ~ incredible words, soul piercing words from Danielle LaPorte.
Just as sure as your sitting reading this, you have experiences with life. In Danielle’s words……Does someone you love (or you) need a little nudge to speak up?
Craft your story, a story. Even if you decide to not share it publicly, it will be a good experience for you. Storytellers are happier in life and love, their brains are more active and engaged and how about that cleansing feeling when you have something/an experience bottled up inside and you finally let it go!
Speaking about letting it go, after the first evening together I already have my title……….”It’s Just a Freakin Enema”
This winter, join some wonderful Hamilton women in storytelling. Over the course of January and February, women will meet weekly to work together with Grace Evans to develop and hone their storytelling skills. We’ll be practicing and learning together in a fun, supportive and inclusive environment. Participating women will have the opportunity to share their […]
Christmas this year….we did it! My family and I, we pulled it off as a team. Lots of “less” and more being open to receiving. Family time was beautiful. Went to the mass for the first time in years, needed … Continue reading →
Today I want to talk to you about movement. Our bodies were designed to move, bend stretch. I do mean more than from walk to sit to stand to sit more. Move it or lose it or worse……..live in constant … Continue reading →
To weigh or not. Got to admit, I’ve had a love hate relationship with the scale. In my years as a competitive bodybuilder the scale would make the world of difference in whether you came in as a lightweight or … Continue reading →
One thing is for certain – self care will be more critical than ever during the days ahead to maintain fortitude and stay grounded. For more structured guidance and a self-care survival toolkit, join me, sign up for her 6-week 2017 Radical Self Care (https://radicalselfcare.leadpages.co/radical-self-care-6-week-series/) program beginning January 5th.
For the past month I’ve seen numerous patients and loved ones struggle to cope with shock, stress and grief. Many have experienced reactivated PTSD as current events trigger past traumas and even generational trauma. In one way or another many are processing a collective experience of shock, or susto.In traditional Latin American cultures susto is described as a ‘spirit attack,’ the shamanic concept of ‘soul loss’ following an acute shock. Susto is a variant of PTSD with chronic somatic and nervous complaints following a stressor. Some of these symptoms include:
Loss of appetite
Increased susceptibility to illness
While much has been said about the need to maintain vigilance, be pro-active, to not become complacent in the face of threats to democracy and social justice, it is imperative that we tend to ourselves and each other to maintain resilience for the long haul. Hypervigilance puts a tremendous strain on the nervous system…
It might be a little early in Koolaid To Kale to bring this up, but it will happen sooner or later. I want you to be prepared so you can gain experience the first time and cut if off the … Continue reading →
“Soften up” I was instructed (repeatedly) yesterday as I was guided through one on one yoga coaching. My immediate internal reaction was resistance. I could feel it not only in my solar plexus (my energetic garbage can) but I could … Continue reading →