As you connect more and more to your divine source and purpose in life, signs of spiritual meaning will inevitably show up. But how do we get to that connection? I am often asked this question by clients who are frustrated, stuck and challenged. However, we don’t have to wait until we feel stuck and
Brrr! It’s getting cold outside. Let’s heat things up from the inside. Your body may be sensitive to differences in temperature or barometric pressure. You may feel more aches when it’s cold or rainy. Here are some ways to fight off cold weather pains. Warm-UpDon’t forget to rev up your body by doing warm-up movements.
Unlike many of our furry friends, most humans cannot simply disappear into a dark cozy cave to sleep away the winter months. Some may dream of doing this, but in today’s busy world, it’s probably not a real option, now is it? For many people, the shorter days and longer nights may affect their mood,
Is stepping on the scale the only way to measure fitness levels? Actually, it’s just one of several valid ways to track fitness progress. Each of us have different body compositions and how much we weigh isn’t the end-all measurement of fitness and health. It’s important to identify your body type and embrace it because
We can most certainly blame the cold winter air for our itchy flakey skin. As the cold weather sets in, we turn our heaters on and look forward to hot baths. To keep your skin looking and feeling soft and supple during the harsh winter months, follow these easy tips! Hydrate on the Outside and
Traditional Chinese medicine is a healing approach that originated in China many moons ago and is widely practiced today due to its vast benefits. Going back to ancient times, people used herbs for health benefits such as increasing energy, boosting the immune system, and regulating sleep. Today, thousands of people embrace this ancient wisdom and
As the leaves turn orange and the air cools, fall is amongst us. We welcome the new season after a hot summer, but our skin does not. Making the proper adjustments to your skincare routine is crucial for preventing skin damage and breakouts. Follow these steps to keep your skin healthy, hydrated and glowing! Switch
Taking a 14-hour fight or even a 1-hour fight with a crying infant aboard is daunting. Desperate to get some shuteye, we roll our eyes and wish the loud screeches away. It’s annoying for us, sure. But it’s worse for the embarrassed parent! Traveling with a child, or children, will always be an uphill battle.
Do you remember those hot summer days at the beach when your parents slathered white sunscreen all over your body? While you squirmed to get out of their hands to run across the scorching sand and dive into the ocean, you wondered, “what’s all this white stuff?”. Sunscreen is used to protect the skin against
Acupuncture is a form of holistic Chinese medicine that has been in practice for more than 2000 years. Today, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of the most popular and preferred forms of holistic medical treatments. TCM uses many treatment protocols such as needles, herbal medicines, fire cups, massage – tui na and shiatsu, tai