Grounding – March 2016 Virtual Mini-Break

A few of us got together on Tuesday March 15th to refresh and renew our self-care practice.  We explored grounding in our half hour together … what it feels like, how to ground yourself through the root center (root chakra) and how to know when you’re ungrounded.  If you tend to feel ungrounded, unfocused or maybe even anxious, please enjoy the replay of this event.  We did a short physical exercise that you can try for yourself and modify in any way that works for you.

Also below the video, you will find the links to the resources that we discussed.  Enjoy!

You are invited to join us for the next free monthly mini break.  Just make sure you’re on our email list to get the updates.

Links to Resources
Free Human Design Chart – http://coachingwithsandy.com/free-stuff/free-human-design-chart/
Earthing – http://www.earthing.com
Free grounding mats for massage therapists – https://groundedbeauty.com/free-grounded-mat/

February Mini Break

 

February mini breakYou can reduce stress and be more productive by making little breaks a regular part of your life.  If you are not taking a pause on a regular basis, try including them into your routine … perhaps once an hour, once a day, once a week or once a month. Step away from the hectic world of activity to bring your awareness into the moment with a little relaxation and reflection.

A few of us got together on Monday to regroup, recharge and enjoy a bit of community.  If you weren’t able to make it, you can still join us via the recording below.

You are invited to join us for the next free monthly mini break.  Just make sure you’re on our email list to get the updates.

If you would like a longer break (without packing to leave home and finding someone to watch the kids and pets) please join us for a Self-Care Essentials Virtual Retreat

 

Enjoy the February Mini Break (approx 30 minutes)

Self-Care and the “Go-To Getaway”

Have you every been so stressed out, that the thought of planning a relaxing get-away stressed you out even more? An essential part of a good self-care program is to reduce stress on a regular basis. You are encouraged to increase your resilience to stress by becoming practiced at having fun. Discover in this video, how a “go-to getaway” can help.