Daily movement is so wonderful for so many reasons! Yet, most mainstream exercise advice can actually be harmful for a highly sensitive system... What to do? No worries! I've got you. Join me to learn 3 guidelines for exercising for sensitive folks from an Integrative...
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Shame shows up in the physical body in many different ways. From posture challenges and chronic aches to dis-eases such as adrenal fatigue.
Physical dis-ease is a manifestation of dis-ease on the emotional, mental, and spiritual body levels.
Seek to move your body in ways that are conscious and intentional and in a co-creative fashion that allow your body’s innate wisdom to lead.
I invite you to expand your beliefs around conventional understandings of your physical body and open your imagination to explore body part metaphors.
YOU are your own greatest healer and your hands on self healing guided meditation are your divine instrument.
Through seeing ourselves as a Physical, Emotional, Mental, and a Spiritual or Energetic Body, we are more easily able to identify and meet our needs.
In whatever form your physical body is in at the moment, it is loving you non-stop and is fiercely committed to seeing that you stay vibrant, and well.
Our needs are easily recognized and met, and our lives become more energized, juicy, abundant, and delicious when we connect with our bodies!
Our bodies are beautiful masterpieces that serve as our tangible resource through which we experience life and offer our purpose to others.