Anger as Medicine: How to Cure Self-Sabotaging Behaviours

“People diagnosed with cancer or autoimmune disease, with chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia, or with potentially debilitating neurological conditions, are often enjoined to relax, to think positively, to lower their stress levels. All that is good advice, but impossible to carry out if one of the major sources is not clearly identified and dealt with: the […]

Neuroplasticity. Train tracks are a perfect metaphor.

Our world needs this nervous system intel in a big way right now.

We’re at this point where A LOT of stuff is broken (in humanity) and it needs fixing.

And, from what I’ve seen, this nervous system stuff has the capacity to change things for the better. (But it can also maintain the situations we’re […]

10 Practices for Creating a Safe Space in Your Mind-Body Classes

If you are a yoga, dance, 5 Rhythms, Feldenkrais, meditation, and/or any kind of Teacher that guides groups of people into their body and mind via movement and mindfulness, this is for you!
I’ve been a teacher of movement and mind-body awareness since 1997 so I definitely know a few things about this topic and I’d […]

A Meditation on Meditation

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5 tell tale signs that your coaching clients have undiagnosed trauma (and what you can do to help them heal from it)

The transformational industry is HOT right now. There are so many coaches and wellness professionals out there, who want to make a difference by helping their clients improve their lives, relationships and businesses.
The act of helping others is humanity at its finest.
Yet many coaches get stumped when clients follow all their steps, strategies and suggestions, but […]

Rainy Day Rant (Why I Don’t Like to Dumb Things Down)

I’m not sure if I ever told you this story, so I wanted to make sure I did this week.
(It involves me being in TOTAL disagreement with someone!)
You’ll also get a fun little peek into what goes down in my home late at night on rainy days!
Take good care and let me know what you think […]