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Gut Instinct

What happens in the Vagus, doesn’t stay at the Vagus

For a country that prides itself on medicals advancements, we seem to be moving further away from the recipe for true health. I have a go-to question I ask when working with clients. Especially those who struggle with digestion, hunger awareness, satiety (fullness), performance anxiety or the ability to relax....

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Making Your Body Work for You

The CEO of YOU – Making your body work for you!

Reframing is an important part of therapy. This helps create a different way of looking at a situation, person, or relationship by changing its meaning. Reframing can help one to look past what the eating disorder has shaped in terms of nutrition, body image, and exercise. Defining what it means...

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Aging Gracefully

Aging Gracefully… how about Graciously

Aging gracefully or whatever the heck that means. It seems that aging gracefully is a crock of you-know-what. Everywhere you turn there is skin cream supplements and workouts that are supposed to be the “Fountain of Youth”. So how are you supposed to age gracefully when all you’re supposed to...

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Authentic Self

Authentic Self:Why fill a mold when you can be the mold?

My favorite line from Marianne Williamson “Our Deepest Fear”: “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear in that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented,...

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Change Your Jeans in the Comfort of Your Genes

Trying to find the perfect jeans without taking into consideration if it fits your “genes”? What we generally fail to recognize is thousands of years of genetic makeup. “Perfect” eating, supplement taking, or hours spent exercising so you can fit into your ideal jeans? This will not change your evolutionary...

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Motherhood Action Sport Courtney Wycoff

Motherhood is an Action Sport! Interview with Courtney Wycoff from Momma Strong

Motherhood is definitely an action sport! Courtney, Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist shares about her postpartum experience of injury and postpartum depression and how it led her to create the Momma Strong Program. Momma Strong’s purpose is to redefine the scope of prenatal and postpartum health through specialized...

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Pelvic Floor Nicole DeBrie

What is this thing the pelvic floor?

This is Part 1 of a 2 part interview with the lovely Nicole DeBrie, physical therapist to women. Today she speaks about the importance of the pelvic floor in women’s health and being active as well as what happens to our body when we carry and deliver a baby. Kara...

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Kathrine’s Switzer Boston Marathon

261- The fearless woman in the face of adversity

Kathrine’s Switzer’s Interview Title: 261- The fearless woman in the face of adversity Interview Description: Kathrine’s Switzer is an icon figure in women’s sports. Known for her entry into the Boston Marathon 1967 being the first woman to complete. In that race, the 1967 Boston Marathon, she was physically attacked...

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Volleyball Tournament Tips

Volleyball Tournament Tips to Keep Fueled

It’s tournament time! When the difference between playing in the tournament or going home early may be who has fueled the best! Pre-tournament- Give yourself plenty of time to get a healthy breakfast before the match. Preferably 2 hours or more before your first match. This will set the tone...

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