Moving is one of life’s most stressful events. Self-care can play a vital role in reducing stress and anxiety before, during, and after moving day. It doesn't have to be extravagant, expensive or time consuming - it can be as simple as eating healthy foods, chatting with a friend, or planning tasks ahead of time. To make this process easier, follow our guide for self-care tips for moving house.Read More
Self care is one of those things that’s necessary yet many of us seem to neglect our own selves. Most of our fitness retreat guests attend one of our programs in order to achieve some level of self care that they haven’t been able to accomplish at home. We’re all time starved and taking care of ourselves seems to fall by the wayside. Often times, we think that self care takes time out of our day that we could be using for something more meaningful (business, kids, errands).Read More
Ahh….the Spa-ahhh. . .How wonderful it feels when you are in that tranquil, scented environment. The senses are stimulated from head to toe through touch, smell, surroundings, and taste. Even your soul feels pampered from the pride and pleasure of self-care.
Spas know that natural pleasures are a popular favorite among spa-goers. Spas work really hard to help re-create nature for you. Don’t lose sight that you too have the ability to access the same natural forces and incorporate them into your daily life. It is possible for you to Make Every Day A Spa Day!
Maybe you’re feeling tired or stressed out? You don’t have to wait to go to the spa. Create a relaxing environment at home!Read More
Going on vacation always seems like the solution to many problems. We dream of taking a trip. Often times though, we tell ourselves that we just don’t have enough time to go on vacation. There is too much to do at home or at work. Yet, many of us are consistently stressed out, frustrated by long hours or life’s craziness. According to a survey, the average U.S. employee takes only half of their allotted vacation time. It’s not surprising that people are suffering from being overworked, overwhelmed and overrun.Read More
Stress is all around us. The world is moving at a fast pace and most people are being pulled in a million different directions (or at least it feels like it). Whether you’re dealing with stress from family, relationships, work, friends, physical stress or some other type of stress, it’s safe to say that the majority of people have some type of stress in their lives.
In order to beat stress, you’ve got to know the types of stress you have in your life. Identifying the different stressors is the first step in reducing your stress load. Bad stress isn’t just mental. It can be physical too. Here are just a few of the stressors that might be affecting you:Read More
Who isn’t stressed out these days? We’re living in a fast paced, high energy world. Whether you’re feeling stress from work, school, family, friends or relationships, it’s everywhere. There are many ways to combat stress including meditation, deep breathing, yoga, massage, reading a good book and so much more. Essential oils can be a fantastic way to beat stress and ease your tension while you’re at home.Read More
Stress – known as the silent killer is something we have to deal with on a daily basis. Stress comes in so many forms. Whether you have financial stress, partner stress, family issues or you were even late for work – stress manages to show up in big and small ways.
It’s important to deal with stress right away so it doesn’t build up causing more serious issues. First, you’ve got to determine the types of stress you have so you can begin the process of ridding that type of stress or at least managing it. SomeRead More
In these busy, hectic times, many people seek ways to reduce stress to get through their day. Whether your job, home life or other outside stressor is the culprit, most people are trying to find ways to reduce stress and/or eliminate it completely. Stress is a normal part of life, and sometimes, in certain situations, stress can increase productivity. But in cases of too much stress, this can have an impact on your health. Stress can cause headaches, high blood pressure, muscle aches and more. Stress comes in many different forms from mental to physical, chemical, electromagnetic, radiation and more. These seven tips may help reduce the stress in your life.Read More