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Developing Deep Self-Love & Body Trust – an SBSM success story with Janet

2024-04-20T13:01:31-07:00February 19th, 2024|3. Pain & Chronic Illness|

Today, I want to re-introduce you to one of our long-standing SmartBody SmartMind™ alumni. I recently re-listened to my first interview with her (from back when we were still using good ol’ Skype for this stuff), and I just KNEW her story would resonate with many of you [...]

Healing anxiety, addictions and repressed anger [Jerika’s FULL story]

2024-04-20T13:08:52-07:00February 18th, 2024|3. Pain & Chronic Illness, Anger & Healthy Aggression|

Last week when I was doing a livestream on Instagram I caught myself saying,  “I realize it can sound too good to be true that one online program can offer such vast results, but this is what we are seeing.” Well, here I am again with yet another [...]

The power of building capacity and following biological impulses: SBSM Success with Jerika

2024-04-20T13:24:06-07:00February 11th, 2024|2. Healthy Nervous System Lifestyle, Anger & Healthy Aggression|

I am excited to share a short video with you today (just under 7 mins), that’s from a long form interview with one of my SmartBody SmartMind (SBSM) students, Jerika (the full interview comes out Monday, February 19). In this short clip she speaks about: All the “weird” [...]

The trouble with running (only) to the light when healing trauma

2024-04-20T14:10:36-07:00January 21st, 2024|4. Mental Health & Neuroplasticity, Spirituality & Somatic Bypass|

When you’re lost and suffering, or new to healing trauma, it IS important to focus on the light. To lean into positive resources (like a favourite yoga class, or an affirmation that helps you get out of bed in the morning, or a special blend of herbal tea [...]

The connections between jaw tension, teeth grinding and stored survival stress

2024-04-21T15:12:10-07:00October 16th, 2022|1. Trauma & Survival Physiology, 3. Pain & Chronic Illness|

Today I have some NEW learning for you on a topic that keeps coming up—teeth grinding and pain in the jaw and upper neck.  For some folks, this can be traced back to old dental trauma. For others, it’s a buildup of stress from the daily grind (pun [...]