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Kathleen
1:29 pm

A Series of Prescriptions Part 2:  A Body In Motion…

I hope you did well with last week’s prescription!   This week’s focus will be on movement.  All living things move, grow and change,  and we, dear friends, are meant to do the same.  And while the focus of this week’s prescription will be on physical movement, always remember that as living beings we are intended to move emotionally, cognitively and spiritually as well.  No matter what our age, movement in all its variations should be a part of the daily health care that we practice in order to live our lives expansively. Spend just a moment sitting outside watching nature.  Be as still and quiet as you can.   At first it may appear as if everything is as still as you are, but as your eyes settle and your brain slows down you will begin to see the constant dance of movement in front of you.  Read More

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Kathleen
2:37 pm

A Series of Prescriptions

I’ve been reflecting a lot on my role as a holistic health coach and the path that lead me here.  Part of that path involved chronic daily pain, and oddly enough I am grateful for what that part of the journey taught me.  Without it, I am not sure I would be practicing a profession I love and connecting with amazing people who are seeking to heal and nurture health holistically.  Now it may sound a little odd to express gratitude for the journey of chronic pain.  But if you see your life challenges as opportunities to learn a lesson for your spirit, to glean understanding, to garner strength and knowledge then it is only logical that gratitude will well up in response.... Read More

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