In this time of COVID-19, stress is something ALL of us can relate to. We are not alone. This is affecting all of us, in one way or another. I recently spoke about stress with one of my closest friends Anita Lambert @holistichealthphysio on the podcast that she and @jessiemundell co-host. This was a big deal for me. Not only do I always love chatting with Anita (we’ve been friends since our undergrad and we were in each other’s wedding party), but I was deeply ho
Happy Valentine's Day!!! Maybe today (and ideally more than just that) can be a day that we show ourselves love and kindness. When we are in pain or our bodies and minds are not doing the things we want them to, it is so common for us to speak and think pretty mean things about them. Does this help? Or does it worsen our discomfort?
Dr. Kristin Neff has done a lot of research on self compassion (check out her research here: https://self-compassion.org/). When compared with s
E B B + F L O W
There is an ebb and flow, but the sea remains the sea - Vincent Van Gogh This is one of the inspirations behind calling our practice Ebb + Flow; to remind ourselves and the people we visit with everyday, that we are the steady sea. We are not the ebb and flow. We are the sea.
We are not our problems, our joys, or our circumstances. We are much deeper than that. We are the soul beneath, experiencing these things. We are not our pain. We are not only our body or