Guest Post · Therapy/Treatment

Article by Camille Johnson

Camille created Bereaver ( after she went through the ups and downs of the bereavement process herself following the loss of her parents and husband. With the help of her friend who was also experiencing a loss of her own, she learned how to grieve the healthy way, and she wants to share that with… Continue reading Article by Camille Johnson

Guest Post · Movement

Classical Pilates w/ Christina

Christina is a certified Classical Pilates instructor with over 11 years of experience, with additional certifications in Yoga, Personal Training, and Corrective Exercise.She has worked in NYC and Beverly Hills everywhere from private studios and Physical Therapy offices, to chique, exclusive clubs, such as Equinox and Beverly Hills Country Club. Christina’s specialty is assisting clients in… Continue reading Classical Pilates w/ Christina

Guest Post · Therapy/Treatment

Campfire Conversations w/ Anja

STAY TUNED – MORE TO COME THIS SPRING. There is something really magical about the kind of conversations that happen around a campfire, away from screens and artificial light. The movement and crackling of the fire, sooths us, calms us down and allows us to be creative and to reflect. The smell of the wood… Continue reading Campfire Conversations w/ Anja

Guest Post

How To Use Yoga in Addiction Recovery

Yoga has long been known to be a great way to relieve stress, strengthen the body and allow participants to get in touch with their spiritual side. But can it be an effective tool against addiction? Read Complete Article HERE

Guest Post

Focused, Happy and Calm by Brad Krause

The Mental Health Benefits of Self-Care It seems that everybody is talking about “self-care” these days. Enter the term on Google, and you’ll get over 1,260,000,000 results. A lot of self-care focuses on how it benefits your physical health, but what about how it benefits your mental health? As psychologist Guy Winch ponders in a TED… Continue reading Focused, Happy and Calm by Brad Krause

Guest Post

Managing the Effects of Age with Yoga by Harry Cline

You don’t have to be 20 years old with rock-solid abs and an arsenal of brand-name leggings to get started with yoga. Yoga is an exercise open to all ages, including the young and the young at heart. Even if you or your senior loved one has mobility issues, yoga is easily accessible, and it… Continue reading Managing the Effects of Age with Yoga by Harry Cline