Since the first year of her life she has been in constant companionship of doctors.Severe digestive challenges at age 1, Hashimoto’s disease at age 13, thyroid cancer at 31. She has had 7 surgeries. Tune in to hear Sam’s heartwarming, and incredible story of healing.
As July 4th draws near I keep thinking of the concept of freedom. Naturally, right? After all, July 4th is all about freedom. Freedom from the rule of the British Empire specifically coupled with a deep appreciation for our founding fathers for their wisdom and clarity.
But, being a Yogi and Ayurvedi, my contemplation turns inward and goes deeper than that. With all the freedom I have outwardly, I ask myself, how free am I inside?
I assume that you have a tendency to overdose on food and alcohol on the 4th of July or any summer party for that matter. Maybe you tend to eat too many grilled hamburgers and spare ribs, maybe un-organic on top of it, enjoy a beer or two too many, and just can’t say no that Margarita. I got good news!!!! In this video I’ll give you practical tips and recipes to get you right back on self-care track.
You consist of five layers. Yep that’s right, five not just one. You have, of course heard about the body-mind-spirit approach. But what does that mean exactly? It’s a bit of an aloof concept if you ask me. It sounds good, but without breaking it down to what is exactly is it holds little juice. I will get practical with you about how to feed each of those layers to create the You that is alive, vibrant and irresistibly beautiful.
Loving oneself is not an easy task. Many of us have to cultivate it. Trauma, experiences and belief systems are in the way to truly tap into the heart felt warmth for ourselves that we may already feel for others. Andrea Catherine shares with us her trials and tribulations and the top three strategies that allowed her to embrace herself the way she is.
Making self care a priority ain’t an easy feat for most of us. Lengthy do do lists, and the demands of our jobs and family, keep us away from connecting with our own bodies and ourselves. However, when we don’t fill our own gas tank first, we may do things that serve but those acts come from a place of depletion.