How to Stay Healthy During the Seasonal Change

How to Stay Healthy During the Seasonal Change

As I posted about yesterday on social media, it’s already time that the seasons are changing. I love the fall and am very excited as it is probably my favorite season! It’s a really exciting and fun time with nice weather, so you can do outdoor activities, and nature looks ...
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Winning Back to School Part 3… Sleep is the Key

Winning Back to School Part 3… Sleep is the Key

How much sleep do you get on an average night? Unfortunately, the answer is probably not enough. According to an article published by Harvard Medical School, “A recent survey found that more people are sleeping less than six hours a night, and sleep difficulties visit 75% of us at least ...
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Winning Back to School… Part 1

Winning Back to School… Part 1

I can’t believe it’s already that time of year! The summer is officially over and it’s time to get ready to go back to school. In this edition of Winning Back to School I am going to focus on three things to make sure you include in your kids' backpack ...
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5 Tips To Beat the Heat This Independence Day

5 Tips To Beat the Heat This Independence Day

Happy Fourth of July! If Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, the Fourth is the start of the dog days of summer. I took a look at the forecast and it looks like it will be nearly ninety degrees more days than not this month.  With that being ...
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Three Essential Areas for Personal Growth

Three Essential Areas for Personal Growth

Famous author William S. Burroughs once said, “When you stop growing you start dying.” That’s a quote that really resonated with me. I am a firm believer in continually pushing yourself and expanding your comfort zone. I’ve found that nutrition, movement, and spirituality are the three most important pillars to ...
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Five Different Types of Exercising You Need to Try

Five Different Types of Exercising You Need to Try

I believe that Nutrition, Spirituality, and Movement are the three pillars to a happy and healthy life. In this week’s blog article I am focusing on Movement and am sharing five different types or styles of exercise.   1) CrossFit Personally, I love CrossFit! CrossFit is an amazing full body ...
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Movement is just as important as nutrition and does not mean the same to everyone. Movement can be as simple as walking, Tai Chi, yoga, or being a crossfit trainer. Our bodies need it in order to build energy, to sustain life. It’s not just important for our brain and heart but overall for our mood, happiness. My goal is for people to leave happier than when they got there. Happiness has to do with getting the endorphins in the body and a sense of well being. After putting a workout in and having movement, it is very hard to be down and to not be in a good mood. This is because of our endorphins. This ties back to our ancestors in not only eating whole foods but also in moving to find their prey. When you focus on the nutrition and movement your body starts to heal in a different way. When you combine those two with your spirituality, your focus begins to change in your life. There are some diseases that are chronic and we know that western medicine can work but even with western medicine in there it is still great to mold all three pillars together to make things even easier… to achieve better outcomes.

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