• Blog,  Energy Work

    Can Science Explain Energy Work?

      With working with energy for almost 20 years now I have seen many bodies change in ways I really cannot explain in scientific terms.   But, here I am going to try and give a bit of an explanation as to why the movement of energy in our bodies can actually help us to heal. The body is composed of energy.   How free flowing this energy is corresponds to the health of the body, as well as the state of…

  • Blog,  Nutrition,  Recipes

    RECIPE: Coconut Almond Protein Bites

    No Time for Breakfast? No problem. Start your day with these protein bites or have them as a snack! They are: easy to make high in protein low in carbs will keep you feeling full and energized Ingredients: 1/2 cup almond butter 1/2 cup protein powder – I used Pure Paleo beef protein which we have at our office 1/3 cup of coconut flour 1 Tbsp of maple syrup 2 Tbsp dark chocolate chips 4 Tbsp almond milk Mix together, roll…

  • Blog,  Features,  Stress Management

    Stress and Perception: Can stress be lowered through our perception of reality?

      What do you see here?  What are your lenses?  How are you perceiving your reality?   Stress-A little is beneficial, too much can be wreaking havoc for our health Stress, we can all relate, at one time or another, to being stressed-out and the experienced effects of too much stress: mood changes, exhaustion, trouble sleeping, changes in appetite and diet etc.  Maybe you’ve caught yourself thinking or saying: “I’m stressed-out” “I’m at the end of my rope” “I’m feeling…

  • Blog,  Exercise,  Features,  Stress Management,  Weight Loss

    No Time to Exercise? Give HIIT a Try

    At one point in my life pre kids, I use to be a long distance runner.  I use to love the “runners high” that these workouts would provide as well as the sense of pride after accomplishing a race.  It also brought be a sense of community, as you would get together with friends to train and then go to fun places and celebrate your hard work together with a race. And then I had kids… Don’t get me wrong,…