Earlier this week I kicked off my Breathwork Meditation Series with an Introduction To Breathwork Meditation. If you’re new to breathwork it’s a great place to get started as I discuss what breathwork is, how it can help you & provide a short & simple guided breathing exercise, zero experience necessary 👍🏽 The series continues … Continue reading 4-4 Breathwork Meditation Series
Last week I shared a breathing gif, that I’m thrilled was helpful for so many of you, thanks for the positive feedback ❤️ I also talked about the surge of requests for ways to help manage the symptoms of stress & anxiety. Most of us have been under some form of quarantine/lockdown for almost … Continue reading Meditation – Introduction To Breathwork
Stop whatever you’re doing right now and for 60 seconds breathe in and out of your nose. Close your eyes if that feels comfortable. Breathe slowly. Filling the whole space between your belly button and collarbones. Placing one hand on your lower belly and one on your upper chest can help you connect more deeply … Continue reading Breathe – Part 1
✨ Embracing Uncertainty ✨ NOW AVAILABLE ON INSIGHT TIMER! Well, it’s finally 2021, but just as we suspected some magical life-altering switch was definitely not flipped and uncertain times are just about the only certain thing in most of our lives right now. Things will change, but it will take time, in the meantime … Continue reading Meditation – Embracing Uncertainty
The fall & winter months can be emotionally challenging for a lot of reasons. 2020 has added additional stress, anxiety, uncertainty, sadness, hopelessness, & more. There are no easy solutions to these things, & your emotions are valid & deserve the respect & attention they need, but it’s also imperative to find ways to move … Continue reading Seasonal Affective Disorder
✨ Joy ✨ What are some little things that bring you joy? This is a hard time of year for a lot of people, never mind all the stress that 2020 brought into our lives. I don’t know what you’re going through right now & I don’t know how you’re feeling at this very moment, … Continue reading What Brings You Joy?