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The Most Important Thing
August 12, 2018

We are constantly bombarded with messages around self-care, self-acceptance and self-worth. Without counting there are probably more memes about accepting ourselves as we are than people. We stand in the mirror and give ourselves affirmations and we journal until the […]

Your Body is a Barometer for Your Emotions
May 20, 2018

We know how important body language is important in communicating with others – but what if told you that the body also communicates with you? Why would you want to know this? Because most of us have been taught from […]

Why won’t I change?
April 23, 2018

There is an old prayer that is used around the 12 step program rooms:   I remember thinking “if all it took was courage to change, I could change in an instant” I certainly have enough courage, in face I […]

An example of adaptation
April 6, 2018

Are you in an online business and running challenges? Are you finding that your participants continually drop off at around day 3? I’m in the same boat so decided to look at why and what I could do about it. […]

Why I Never Say No
April 5, 2018

Why I never say no. Unless I’m giving a command to my dog or there is a violent situation, I never say no. In kinesiology we muscle test for stress in the body to a statement. If there is little […]

The importance of human contact
April 5, 2018

Many of us spend many hours alone, in front of computer screens.   Sometimes our isolation is our worst enemy.   Our perception of ourselves, our ideas, our dreams and our success can be distorted when we have no one […]

Case Study – Kinesiology for Business
February 18, 2018

What happens in a kinesiology for business balance? This is shared with permission from a session last week. I have changed her name to keep confidentiality. Eve is in her first 3 years of business. She had booked a 1 […]

Change your mood with your breath
December 1, 2017
It's hard to let your breath out when you've been holding it in for so long. When we first start a project, we're excited. Excited people have shallow breath. Have you ever noticed this? You're just about to go and [...]