Here we are at the transition – fall into winter, heading into a new year. How was your year? Did you get some time away? Did you have time to reflect – time to step back and think about your life and work, your projects, relationships, or your health?
I’m grumbling about my challenges today: too many things to do, not enough time, not enough money, can’t make headway on my projects, gaining weight, menopause weirdness, sprained my ankle . . . but then I pause. I take a breath . . .
I’m actually grateful for my problems.
I recently heard someone describe the mental chatter that keeps you awake as “night chatter.” I think that’s a very appropriate term.
Many people talk to me about their struggles with sleep and most are complaining about night chatter – the mind that won’t turn off.
So, what to do?
I’m often asked this question: “How is yoga for cancer patients different than other types of yoga? “ There are many ways we’ve adapted yoga to serve cancer patients.
Join us as we paint the town pink and run, walk, and dash throughout downtown West Chester on Saturday, September 22, 2018, at the Unite for HER 5K, presented by Otto’s BMW. Whether you’re a seasoned runner or wish to walk across the finish line for the first time, we have training tips to get you started!
Join UFH Yoga Provider Linda DiValerio in a gentle yoga flow designed to help reduce anxiety, cultivate a peaceful mindset, and awaken your body. This flow is for all abilities and can be done anywhere!
We like to begin our practice with a thoughtful meditation; today our practice begins with a quote by Mary Anne Radmacher.
“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying ‘I will try again tomorrow.’” Read more
Reiki is a healing energy therapy that originated by Mikao Usui in Japan. Reiki restores energetic alignment and balance and promotes healing on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels.
Eating well does not have to mean dieting or deprivation. It’s easier to staying motivated and to feel good about your choices when your intentions feel positive and achievable. Let go of any negative or complicated nutrition goals and give these five simple intentions a try instead.
Focus on a positive intention. This is so important. Positive intentions create positive results. Enough of the self-deprecation. Try this on for size: “I eat to nourish my body.” Nourishing foods are whole foods like vegetables,
Did you know…
• The cosmetic industry’s safety panel, CIR, has assessed less than 20% of cosmetics ingredients for safety.
At a time when many well meaning helping professionals, friends and family members are urging you to rings bells, throw parties and “move on”; you many actually feel a little lost, confused, and emotionally