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 […]

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 […]

Zen Zombies & Fitness Freaks (My First Q&A!)

Have you ever had a song stuck in your head?

(You go to sleep, it’s there. You wake up, still there. Then, you don’t hear it for years… but then there it is in instrumental pan flute form at the dentist office and bam, it’s back in your brain!)

That’s kind of how this topic of […]

Why post-traumatic stress and chronic pain lands in some people, and not others.

Imagine you have two people who both get into an identical, and minor, fender bender (car accident).
>> Person A walks away with zero post-traumatic stress – no chronic pain, no lasting whiplash, no fear to drive and get back behind the wheel. They go back to their life and resume their good health, like nothing […]

Immune boosting powers, this nervous system stuff.

As a kid, and as a teenager, I had severe seasonal allergies. “Sinus hell” I would call it.
I was addicted to those powerful nasal sprays and had stashes of Otrivin and Dristan. I remember when I decided to go cold turkey and stop using them, which ended up being a horrible, self-induced asphyxiation kind of thing […]