“When we change how we look at things, the things we look at change.” – Dr. Wayne Dyer

Through the darkness we find the light.  The pandemic has been a pathway into our collective and individual darkness.  It is now, as we move forward, that we are able to integrate this newfound awareness and live intentionally.

Benjamin Zander, the musical director of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and author of the book “The Art of Possibility” stated that his father always told him “there is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing.”  The narrative we tell ourselves about our life influences how we see and live in the world.  I believe that by looking at the ways we may get in our own way, we are then able to manifest our happiness externally. The answer to our stuckness is always internal.

Building resilience in this way helps us to also grow more self assured and connected to our authentic selves on a deeper level.  Through living a conscious and intentional life, we learn to wake up to all the possibilities we were unable to see when we were focused on just surviving our lives.  We look at this through how we care for our bodies through diet and lifestyle, the choices we make in relationships and work, how we structure our day to allow for self-care and the ways in which we choose joy on a daily basis.

We will utilize a holistic approach pulling from my various trainings in yoga, nutrition, coaching, mindfulness and various other skills I have picked up along the path of my career as a therapist which spans over 25+ years.

How do you want to live your life today?

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