Radically caring for ourselves can dismantle systems of harm. It can help cultivate a world we most want to be a part of.
Integrative Health Care Blog
Helping you navigate the path toward your best health.
Integrative Care for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Evidence-based integrative care can help minimize the side effects of cancer treatment such as fatigue, anxiety, chronic pain, sleep issues, neuropathy, nausea, and hot flashes.
It’s Time, Let Us Make Sanctuary
Cultivating space for sanctuary can support mental health and facilitate connections. Our spaces can be so much more than efficient or entertaining. The spaces we inhabit can support mental wellness and facilitate connections. Cultivating sanctuary can happen in 5 steps…
Anger contains body reactions and human emotions. It can be fuel for transformation and making things happen. We can channel our anger into transformation, galvanizing us toward motivated change.
The Power of Healing
The power of healing comes from within. It is a frequency. It is a vibrating interaction. When this power is generative, it supports life, health, and balanced growth. It is a part of resonance, and how we nourish, nurture, and heal.
Movement is Medicine
Movement is medicine for the spirit. When there is a lack of movement in the body, there are stagnant energy fields. When a river is deprived of water flow, muck will accumulate and sediment builds. When there is a lack of flow within a system, that system will go stagnant.
Overwhelm and Entanglement
Consider, what are we giving up by staying entangled and overwhelmed? What can we release?
Mental Health and Healthy Relationships
Our mental health needs healthy relationships. You can work on yourself and make a lot of progress, but we also need each other.
Navigating Turbulent Times through Self Care Practices
We are in a time of turbulence and it is hard to hear ourselves. A solid foundation of self-care helps us find clarity.
Psychobiotics and the Gut-Brain Connection
Psychobiotics are part of our gut microbiome, and they directly support and affect our brain chemistry. Gut health is part of mental health!