• Friday the 13th: The Day of the Divine Feminine
    Friday the 13th: The Day of the Divine Feminine I’ve always found the superstition and fear around Friday the 13th a little odd. The word Friday actually comes from the time of the old Gods, specifically named after Freya. Norse goddess Freya (or Frigg) was the Goddess of Love in pre-Christian cultures and was originally … Read more
  • Natural, Easy Birth
    RTT and Yoga Techniques for a Natural, Easy Birth “Conscious” is the word, when it comes to any practice conducive to a natural, easy birth. From the words, you tell yourself and the techniques you practice before and during pregnancy, till the breaths you take and feelings you have at the divine moment of birth; … Read more
  • Our Favourite 7 Tips For New Mums
    There are so many… but here we go with a few friendly reminders for new Mums. Baby massage is our great tip for new mums. Massage is a great way to bond with your baby and by using our beautiful Lavender & Chamomile Baby Moisture Lotion can encourage peaceful sleep for your bubba. For some … Read more
  • Preparing for Baby
    Preparing for baby So, you’ve made a human, aren’t you clever! No doubt you’ve been thinking at length about your upcoming labour, mulling over your birth plan and debating (or going hand to hand combat) with your significant other over names.  There’s so much going on right now that life AFTER labour might seem all … Read more
  • Why You Are Not Enough
    I am an Access Bars practitioner. By far, the biggest judgment people have when they come for a session is not being enough. Possibly because it can incorporate all the other ways we judge ourselves. Most don’t even know this is the case. Do you think you are enough? Let’s see. Do you have any … Read more
  • 10 Guides for Spring Pet Care
    10 Guides for Spring Pet Care Spring is here so get ready to take your pet out for some fun. Whether you are headed for a long drive or a walk in the park, as a pet owner, there are certain precautions that you have to understand. You and your pet will enjoy what spring … Read more
  • Coaching and Mind-Body Therapies for Women with C-PTSD
    Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, C-PTSD, is an extreme stress-based disorder that can be brought on by repetitive stressful events like interpersonal violence (sexual, physical emotional), childhood emotional abuse to name a few. In the case of C-PTSD, all diagnostic requirements for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are met. People often exhibit distortions of emotion regulation, pervasive … Read more
  • How to Handle Fear During Pregnancy After Miscarriage
    One in four women experiences a miscarriage. I am part of that one-in-four statistic, and I never thought it would happen to me. We all say that, right? “It won’t happen to me.” We reassure ourselves so we don’t stay up at night, drowning in worries we cannot control and thinking about issues we cannot … Read more
  • Protecting Your Pets During Fire Season
    Protecting Your Pets During Fire Season With the recent devastating fires, it is important to have a plan in place for our furry family members. They are lucky they have us, most of our native wildlife isn’t so lucky. Some of us have experienced how close the fires have come to our own homes on … Read more
  • The Rest-Active-Rest Sandwich
    During your First Trimester of pregnancy, the one thing your body wants to do, more than anything else on the planet (!), is to maintain the pregnancy. To accomplish this, your ovary (the one the pregnancy egg originated from) sends out MASSIVE amounts of the muscle relaxant hormone Progesterone, as a huge effort to prevent your womb … Read more
  • Honoring the Arrival of Spring
    It’s barely March right now and I’m sitting at my desk watching the chickadees swarm the bird feeder that hangs just out the window behind my computer. The birds are are wild with vigor and lust for life. Their message is that Spring has arrived and they are not sitting inside saying things like, “It’s … Read more
  • Beach Time
    If you are living close to the beach or visit the beach regularly with your dogs then this blog post is for you! Most dogs love a trip to the beach as much as we do so here are some things to be more aware of this year: Pack the sunscreen – Apply prior to hitting … Read more

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