Health and Wellness

Yogahealer’s Holiday Thrive Guide

Last week was just plain weird. I know emotions are still reeling. I'm hoping our inner activist takes upon more local and communal responsibility for creating the world we want to live in. In this effort, I have a new series of Tip Sheets - based on connectivity skills. Before we focus on relationships let's focus on ourselves. We're heading into the holiday season. Here is a tip sheet for you to align and take responsibility for what you experience. Print a few copies. Share with friends. If you want to make it...

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Digestives, Apples, + One pot meals

We nursed an old apple tree back to life. When we moved to 507 N. Hwy 33 in Tetonia, ID we had a withered gnarly severely old dehydrated apple tree. We watered it for a few years before it sprouted leaves again. Then, a few years later it grew an apple. This year we harvested a few brimming bags. She is back! Anyone with an apple tree knows it provides an insane amount of fruit. Apple is high in pectin - which is a soothing bulk laxative. In Autumn, if you’re...

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Top 5 Yogidetox Podcast Episodes

Yogidetox is starting this October and our team has gathered our top 5 podcast episodes to help you get ready for the gobal detox which starts this October 12th. Listen and enjoy! #1: Detox for Hormone Balance with Bridgit Danner When we look back on our health histories we see peaks and valleys. Obviously a reflection of the laws of nature, our bodies in particular reflect the law of contrary compliments. In this week’s show you’ll hear women’s hormonal health collaborator, Bridgit Danner talk about her low of the lows. Postpartum hormonal imbalance. New marriage,...

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Our Top 5 Yogidetox Blog Posts of All Time

Autumn is finally here! And we would like to share to you this week our top 5 detox for fall. These will show you the WHY, HOW, WHEN and were hoping this will inspire you to join our Global Yogidetox  this coming October 12- Nov. 2. Here's our top 5 articles of all time. Enjoy. Interview With Cate On Juice Bar Detox 101 I was asked a bunch of questions by Sarah Murray, a student reporting on the juice bars of Chicago for HUBBUB blog. Here were my answers for "How long to juice...

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The Best Question for Emotional Detox with Dr. Mary Jo Cravatta

Dr. Mary Jo is a pro on helping people detox. As mandated by her guru she created a line of subtle energetic potions to help people with emotional clearing as they release ama in detox. In today's show Dr. Mary Jo shares the important question for moving through the thick of deeper emotional detox and relationship evolution. You'll get a practical practice you can start today - notice how you tell your story to someone. This is pure gold - you'll get insight into the karma you are perpetuating. I rap with...

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Meditate with a Partner

You may have heard that meditation will help your relationship. Meditation makes you more present, more aware, more curious, more efficient, more available, more resilient, more skillfully communicative, flexible in how you show up and respond, more empathic (aka “nicer to hang with), smarter, more intuitive, less afraid, and more ethical. (For research see here.) Obviously, any one of those side benefits to meditation would drastically improve your relationship with yourself first, and with your partner second. But, know that when you become a meditator, all of these side benefits will...

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7 Lessons to Uplevel Your Wellness Career

While the wellness industry is booming, it's easy for us wellness practitioners to get lost in the shuffle. I know firsthand that many yoga teachers, wellness practitioners, fitness coaches, nutritionists, holistic coaches, and even holistic docs are having a super challenging time trying to figure out how to reach the income/lifestyle experience they want. I know many of you are just getting by, loving your work, and making sacrifices to do it well. Chances are, you love your clients, your patients, your students. Their wellness evolution is why you do what you...

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How To Steep Yourself

Let’s get back to the conversation on steeping ourselves in a habit. Many of you know that tea, and even coffee for that matter, are fermented. To steep implies a chemical reaction that has to do with change over time. The strength comes with time. "A culture" Fermented foods are also called “cultured foods”. And a culture? A culture is a living entity in itself. A culture grows stronger with time. Habits are cultures. We are literally, physically culturing ourselves with our habits. Our habits are the culture we steep ourselves in. And,...

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