Train your mind to advance your skills through sports psychology, optimal arousal techniques, mindfulness, and more. For athletes and others.
Think, move and feel calm and stable through the practice of 1:1 yoga and meditation support. Learn important stress reducing strategies.
Empowering and inspiring our community through education and expert leadership.
Bioindividuality means that what works for each individual person will vary. In a household of many individual needs, that can test a parent's patience!
While some people tolerate carbohydrates and dairy at high or moderate levels, others may need to reduce or eliminate them. To get to the root of your bioindividual needs, tune into your digestion, mood, inflammatory responses (rash, breakouts), and energy levels after eating foods.
Regardless of your family's bioindividuality, there are some really easy ways to make everyone feel great!
There is a time in every athlete's life when the game will come to an end. The uniform comes off and you are faced with a whole new set of beliefs about who you are and who you want to be. This is a guide to transform your mind to become successful in new ways.
In general, many athletes have a good relationship with change on the court or field because they are trained to adapt quickly. But the challenge here and now, is to re-learn how to relate to change as it presents itself to you in different and new ways. The change that happens when the game is truly done isn't familiar to athletes because there is no training (until now) regarding the skills required to adapt when the game is over.
Experiences That Impede Healing
+ Disbelief + Attaching to the past + Anger and grief + Uncertainty about the future
This mini-program is dedicated to alignment, safety and growth. We believe gentle movement is the path to safely travel within your mind and body, to reconnect and to find strength on and off the mat. You can expect to find simple practices such as breathe work, body movement, journaling, relaxation and meditation.