4 Cooling Recipes to Keep You Healthy This Summer

Wellness coaching gives us a chance to naturally crave healthy foods that nourish and hydrate the body. Once we unlearn that healthy food “tastes bad,” a world of delicious fruit and vegetable combinations is at our disposal. The summer is an excellent time to explore scrumptious, hydrating recipes while fruits and vegetables at the market are in season.

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The Benefits of Sun Salutations

Regardless of how quickly or slowly you go through sun salutations, the benefits they provide for your physical and mental health are manifold. Read through our list of tips to find out how this yogic flow, if practiced regularly, can boost your health.

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The Benefits of Bodywork + Aromatherapy

If you’re reading this blog, then you’ve probably heard of massage by now, and perhaps even aromatherapy. But you may not know what the various types of massage are like, what they are good for, and also what different essential oils can do to benefit your massage experience. Learn more about bodywork combined with the power of essential oils, and see which option may be right for you.

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Functional Movements and Yoga

Functional movement patterns are fundamental movements also known as primitive movement patterns. When was the last time you thought about or actually crawled on hands and knees like an infant? According to a growing number of health and wellness experts, bringing our awareness back to movement basics is key to optimal health. Continue reading

Embrace Winter: 3 (More!) Ways to Savor this Season, Part 2

As the cold wintry season continues on you must continue to honor the season with extra self-care. Rather than shut down against the cold, make sure you take extra care of your body and spirit. Here are three ways to harmonize with the season:

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Embrace Winter: 3 Ways to Savor this Season, Part I

When it is cold and barren outside during the winter months we are presented with a beautiful opportunity to turn inwards. We seek the physical warmth of dwelling within warm homes. We are also required to seek the energetic warmth within our own spirits. This is a time to look deeper into the hidden energies reflected in the natural world around us.

This winter, consider embracing the season for what it is, honoring our natural tendency to seek external warmth and rest during these darker days. When many creatures in the animal kingdom are hibernating, what are ways we can also slow down and learn from this time, rather than resist and try to go on with full yang energy?

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The Many Uses of Oregano Oil

Oregano, a member of the peppermint family, is a hardy, bushy herb plant used liberally in Mediterranean, Mexican, and many other culinary traditions around the world. Most people have experienced oregano in pizza and other Italian marinara sauces, but may not have heard of its use as an essential oil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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