If you read my previous article, you would have already had a glimpse of the “6 Pillars of Health” model (Movement, Sleep, Breathwork, Mindfulness, Nutrition, and Emotional Health) I work with when helping client to improve their health and wellbeing. In this article we continue with the final three pillars. 4. Mindfulness Is the cultivation of non-judgmental awareness of the present moment. By applying mindfulness… Read More »Optimizing your health pt.2
I believe we all have an obligation to improve our health so we can have a strong, resilient immune system. As a holistic therapist, when I work with my clients, I use an integrated approach to help them improve their health and wellbeing in the body, mind, and soul. In the foundation of this approach, I work with the “6 Pillars of Health” model. Over… Read More »Optimizing your health
It seems that there is finally light at the end of a very dark and long tunnel. The resurgence of nature with spring brings with it the return of some welcome normality. I use the word “normal” lightly here, as I think things will not be as they used to be, rather a new normal will emerge. As we feel the bustle of life and… Read More »Have a Break
There is always a moment where I resist meditation, resist journaling, resist exercising… It is the ego who resists the healing because of the safeness it feels in the suffering. In the suffering the ego has created safe rooms, or states of being, that are like illusions. I am lulled into a false sense of security, that in those safe rooms, I am completely safe.… Read More »The illusions of Fear
Me: “Hello Universe” Universe: “Hello my child” Me: “It has been a while” Universe: “You just had a pause” Me: “I have missed you” Universe: “But I have never left you” Me: “I know, it doesn’t change that I have still missed you” Universe: “You mean you missed the part of Me that is You experiencing Me?” Me: “I don’t understand what that means” Universe:… Read More »Coming Home
Take a deep breath! How many times have you heard that phrase? When we face stressful or difficult situations, those four words are very likely to be used. We are living in increasingly stressful times. The coronavirus pandemic is likely to see this increase, sadly, as people face job losses, increasing uncertainty and other seismic events. I am sure you have experienced stressful occasions, such… Read More »And breathe!
Growing up I remember the adults around me always mentioning how tired they were. How they could not sleep nor could they remember when last they had a good night’s sleep. I also remember thinking that the “lack of energy and always tired “phenomenon only happened to “old” people. By the time I was thirty I realised that I was THAT old person. Wishing for… Read More »Sleep Like A Log?
It is early in the morning. Your alarm goes off, waking you from your sleep. You reach out to switch it off. For a short moment you experience the pure bliss of stillness and inner calm until your mind reaches out to remind you of who you are, where you are, and what you are meant to be doing. In those short few moments before… Read More »Thoughts making you stressed?