We are continually bombarded by information, by bodily and sensory overload which causes discord. It's all just part of the contemporary world we live in. Now more than ever it is crucial to attune ourselves towards greater mental, and physical balance, to align ourselves through daily practice towards our best selves. Our staff offers quick, easy to integrate tips to help you stay inspired to find harmony.


FINDING HARMONY

TAKE IT ALL IN

Now really is the time to take it all in...
Look at your personal past; physical, mental and emotional. Not your friends' pasts, only YOURS. Unless you have an identical twin, no one can really help you except you.

Assess what worked, what didn't and how you can make it work for you now. Not next week. But, now. The world is in flux and you need to get you grounded.
Here's your homework for this week:
Plan your DAILY workout schedule. Even if it's a 10 minute stretch or walk: plan it now.
Plan your food goals: more veggies? Less booze? Stick to it.
Plan your proud-personality goals: who do you want to be? How do you want to be seen?
At the end of every day, reward yourself for succeeding and exceeding your goals by simply being proud of yourself. Not with food or a glass of wine or retail therapy. Just a big self-hug.

Love, Peace and Harmony to us all in 2017.

CELEBRATE YOUR SOUL

Celebrate your soul. Celebrate life; your friendships and happiness. Friendships are necessary for the soul. They feed and nourish your soul.

We are inherently pack animals and need external love to help feed our internal needs. Everyone needs this!

Tell your friends that you love them. Give and tell yourself that same love. Daily. Start now. ♥

SPRING CLEAN YOUR LIFE

Clutter is not just physical stuff.
It’s old ideas, toxic relationships and bad habits.
Clutter is anything that does not support your better self. - Eleanor Brownn

Your homework: Create a list of what isn’t currently working in your life. Next, determine the actions you can take to change your circumstances and begin. Take one step at a time. Give yourself permission to ask for help and remain focused on the benefits of your actions.