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Rest & Restore: A Tool for Stress Management
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Rest & Restore: A Tool for Stress Management

I LOVE Restorative yoga! This type of resting yoga is what assisted me in my journey several years ago when I became extremely ill with mold-associated illness and its resulting challenges of fibromyalgia, fatigue, lack of concentration, IBS, and respiratory response, to name a few. By this style of rest, coupled with mindfulness meditation, mat...

Laughter Wellness
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Laughter Wellness

Laughter may be the best medicine after all. Laughing is found to lower blood pressure, reduce stress, and boost the function of the immune system; it also triggers the release of endorphins, increases pain tolerance, and promotes general wellbeing. The “therapy” takes advantage of the natural benefits of laughing and channels them for psychological gain....

Grounding & Balancing | The Root Chakra
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Grounding & Balancing | The Root Chakra

What can you do? See my video below and the Oak Visualization that you can use. The Root Chakra (Muladhara is the Sanskrit name) is located at the base of the spine. It is associated with the following functions or behavioral characteristics: Security, safety Survival Basic needs (food, sleep, shelter, self-preservation, etc.) Physicality, physical identity and...

August’s Theme: What’s Your Theme?
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August’s Theme: What’s Your Theme?

As you think so shall you become” is not a cliché—it’s the fundamental truth. Your dominant thoughts are responsible for all that happens to you. ~David Bardsley Our theme for August is “What’s Your Theme?” That is, “What do you keep telling yourself?” or “What do you keep reinforcing?” In meditation terms, it is your...

Meditations for Holiday Stress
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Meditations for Holiday Stress

Meditations for Holiday Stress The holidays are great and all, but there’s no denying that this time of year can also be stress-a-palooza for many people. Between the shopping, the sugar, the awkward social situations, busyness, and possible family tension, it’s hard to stay sane and centered—and that’s where meditation comes in. Meditation is the most...

January Mindful Book Group
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January Mindful Book Group

This book gives anyone who has struggled with food a realistic and achievable approach to finding peace with food and eating. While founded on solid science, Lyn Rossy offers a supportive, nurturing, and real-life approach to inviting change while still enjoying the foods you love. This study will not encompass the entire book but we...

Sunday Power of 8 Intentional Healing Circle
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Sunday Power of 8 Intentional Healing Circle

Lynne McTaggart wrote a wonderful book called The Power of Eight. During her decade-long work on the power of intention, she discovered an astonishing fact: when people carry out intention for each other in small groups of eight, extraordinary things occur. The Power of Eight, now out in paperback, includes hundreds of documented cases of...