Listen to your body” often gets misunderstood used as an excuse for skipping a workout or practice when our bodies feel tired or tight. That’s not listening to the body. That’s listening to the mind.
Despite heavily promoted myths of instant transformation, coming home to the body is a long process that requires patience, trust, and compassion.
Disruptive events tend to kick up everything that was buried and bring it to the surface. What do you do with all the emotions coming up right now?
Two epidemics are sweeping the globe. You’re likely to be exposed to both, but you can strengthen your immunity.
No conversation about productivity is complete without discussion of poop and periods.
Yes. I’m really going there.
The real work is always the inner work. This is true even when it comes to the body.
When intense emotions and situations arise, our impulse is often to retreat, physically and mentally. Staying is the hardest part.