Mindfulness without having to sit in silence (or hear the loud thoughts in your head) is possible. Here are a bunch of methods that I use and enjoy. Being a person who likes to move and wiggle, I am still able to feel calm, and get all the benefits of meditation.Read More
I’m going to share with you some information about stress hormones, their impact on the body, and how to help yourself feel better even if you live a stressful life.Read More
Tracking your progress with your exercise program should not make you feel badly about your body. You can measure progress without stepping on a scale, using calipers or any sort of body composition measurement.
This weeks blog focuses on several tools you can use right away to get a clear idea of where you are starting with your program and how you are progressing. Plus, you get a free downloadable form for your personal use.
I used to work a 40 hour a week desk job, it took a toll on my body with a lot of aches and pains. Eventually I started getting more activity into my work day and I found it helped ease my mind and my body. Although I teach a lot of fitness these days I still have days I spend time sitting, these tips are still useful for my busy life. I’m thrilled to share them with you.Read More
There is so much information on the internet about nutrition, diets, and wellness. It’s overwhelming, often incorrect, and I believe is doing more harm than good. If you are trying to figure out the best nutrition plan for your life, I’ve got 4 solid tips that don’t have anything to do with telling you what to eat or how to eat.Read More
You want to get into an exercise routine or resume your workouts after some time off due to injury, illness, or surgery. How do you know when you are ready? How do you modify your workout so your body continues it’s healing? This week you get lots of tips to get yourself back into safe movement that will get you feeling wonderful.Read More