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Slow Motion Underwater Healing

slow motion, fast, underwater healing

Disease and ongoing illness take its toll on our bodies, working them too hard and wearing them down. Wearing the out if we are not careful. When we slow everything down, we can heal faster. Here, we don’t even need to stick our heads under water. We are simply turning the moment into slow motion as it would feel underwater. Slowing our breath, our reactions, our thoughts, our heart rates so that our resting bodies can kick into high gear healing.

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This is more than a Health Coach Training

Eating psychology, changing eating approaches

The science is in. Diet and exercise alone are NOT the magic ticket to weight loss. Eating Psychology is changing how we think about food & body. Learn more about a better approach to food and movement.

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Huggable and Buggable

huggable & buggable

One minute we find ourselves quite huggable and delight in the peace of it all. Then, another moment we realize we are buggable to others. We are all huggable and buggable — wherever there is light, there are bugs!! How can we shine the best during chornic illness?? Oh stars, I don’t know!!!

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Check out this Unique Training

psychology of eating, we need more than "eat this or that"

The old approach to dieting isn’t working. Health coaching needs a makeover. We need more than eat this, not that. That’s what makes this Training stand apart from the rest. A Mind Body Eating Coach helps clients rethink food in an empowering way. I don’t want you to miss the opportunity to attend the free online workshop.

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Turn Your Passion for Nutrition into a Career

psychology of eating

Health coaching should be about so much more than eat this, don’t eat that. Eating Psychology fills the gap. I wanted to let you know about a great free online workshop coming up that’s hosted by Marc David at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.

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Food Fights, Love Food Not War

food fights = raise stress, raise cortisol, lower digestion, lower nutrient assimilation; love food not war

How many times have we gotten into a food fight with ourselves or others? We will never always agree on what we “should” eat. The more we fight about it, the more stressed we get. The more stressed we get, our hormones get disrupted, our nutrient level decreases and stay stuck in chronic illness. Love on people and real food, not war.

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Passing Home Stress Test

Life comes with “when it rains, it pours” stressors. That is just part of life. During chronic illness those times are especially hard to handle much less juggle. What if we used those times as a test kit? I am talking about passing our own kind of stress test, LIFE. Day-in day-out life can be some of the best stress testing you can do, especially testing your level of chronic illness.

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Keeping Food Simple

Food does not have to be complicated or fancy. The sicker someone gets, the easier food needs to be. Keeping food simple can be one of the best healing tools you have!!

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Pity Party Plan

Have you ever tried to suppress a pity party? Sometimes we can do that successfully, other times it stays with us and usually comes back to kick us in the butt later. For the most part, pity parties are a waste of time and energy. Yet there are always exceptions and sometimes we just need a good pity party. As a Pity-Party-Person, I have come up with a Pity-Party-Plan.

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Friendships Can Either Imprison Us Or Help Give Us The Key To Be Free – Cycology of Illness

Are your friendships keeping your thinking in imprisonment of illness? Or do your friendships support you during illness? Are your friendships helping give you the key to be free from illness? These can be tough questions.

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