Did you know that you're brilliant - mind and body alike? I know you know that your child is brilliant! Let's take a look at the brilliance of your body and how your body can learn to adapt and change - and how this benefits you!
How does your body know to keep breathing and to keep your heart beating? Is it something you have to consciously think about? No, of course not. Your body does this on its own without you having to think about at all. This is your innate intelligence at work. Read More
Your body is brilliant. It knows what it needs and will always attempt to correct problems or alert you (your brain) to something that needs to be taken care of.
We talked a lot in January about goal setting and the effort it takes to make a change in your brain, and how to make it last. If you missed that newsletter you can check it out here (it was a pretty good one). Read More
For now though, we are going to take a step back and do some reflection. It's been about a month since this year started...how are you doing?
And, before you get caught up on all the things you haven't done 'right' - let's remember this is a day of celebration! :)
Let's look behind us and see the distance we've come, the changes you have bravely made and all of the times you showed up for yourself and your health!
I know how amazing you are, and I'm tickled pink every day when I hear your amazing stories, your successes - Remember every day that YOU are AMAZING!!
I’ve been hearing it a lot lately – “I’m so stressed, everything is so busy and so crazy that I don’t have time to take care of myself. I just go, go, go, all the time” Read More
What is the difference between being busy and being productive?
What is the difference between sitting and truly resting?
We’ve talked before about how people who are considered sensitive or have ‘sensory processing sensitivity’ show increased reaction within the brain when exposed to certain stimulus.
Research shows that those who suffer with post-traumatic stress disorder demonstrate increased activity within their brain when exposed to a trigger. Increased brain activity was also found in those who are considered sensitive when exposed to a stimulus. While the area’s that show increased activity are different between being sensitive and suffering from PTSD the brain and body’s reaction is remarkably similar. Read More
We have become a very sedentary culture with many of us desk bound all day and then too tired to do anything save sit on the couch when we get home in the evenings. Even children are spending less time outside running around and more time inside playing with technology. Read More
This inactivity along with the use of technology can create havoc for both our posture, which some researchers say is the beginning of every disease process, and our body as a whole.
So, how does movement affect you? Movement keeps you healthier, it keeps your muscles toned and helps you release stress and concentrate better. It helps you metabolize your food and maintain a healthy weight. It also helps your body feel better!
Sometimes we lack harmony and congruity with our own body! As bizarre as this may sound, it’s actually quite true. How much harmony do you experience with your body? Do you listen to what it’s trying to tell you? Pain, discomfort or other symptoms appear because your body is sending a message to your brain that something is wrong or needs your attention? How well are you paying attention to these messages? Read More
Did you know that Chiropractic Care can help your child deal with their everyday life? Read More
Kids are wonderful, creative, beautiful and a source of what sometimes seems like never ending energy.
If you have kids some of this might sound familiar to you. What does your kid go through in an average day, and how can Chiropractic help you and your child?
Imagine it’s a Friday, after an already long week. One day left until the weekend…
There are 4 seasons here in Georgia, and flu season does not need to be one of them! If you'd like to learn how to keep your kids and yourself healthy, keep reading! Read More