I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. I had been asked to play the role of a “patient” a few weeks ago as I went with a friend to see a Reiki Master and get introduced to other Eastern Medicine tools.
The coolest thing was I didn’t tell this Reiki Master about any discomforts or pain I was feeling. About a year ago, I had what I thought a little minor hamstring pull, however, I still felt it after sitting and any attempt to jog. I was totally fine lifting and never f
This past weekend I watched the documentary, Heal on Netflix. I am not quite sure how it came out in 2017 and I am just now watching it, but it absolutely was amazing (and I’ve added another 10 books to my already insane library). This past weekend it was pulled from Netflix, but you can rent it on Amazon and it is totally worth it.
Why did I love it so much? It discusses energy, meditation, mindfulness, and Eastern Medicine which has become another passion of
A few weeks ago, I was so excited for a planned 3 day weekend with the family. We wanted to take our son, Spencer snow tubing (note mistake #1, he is 2 ½ years old). After the last snowstorm and sledding all around the neighborhood, Spencer was having a great time speeding down the hills! The day after we booked the dates, I started looking at the weather forecast. They were calling for it to be the coldest weekend of the year so far. Awesome, I thought. Throughout the week,
I recently had a mentor ask me this question in a zoom meeting with other gym owners from around the world. Crap… I wasn’t ready for this, but I thought back to the WHY and how it all began. When I was in elementary school, I had my first thoughts on health. I personally observed the unhealthy lifestyles of family members who had high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and were pre-diabetic. I didn’t understand it. I didn’t believe back then that they should have to be depende