The truth is, soreness can be a really useful indicator of a few things. It’s something I keep track of in my own training and something I need to know about when my clients are experiencing it. Can you guess what they are?
I spent last weekend doing a bunch of things I LOVE: traveling, meeting great new people, going on fun outdoor adventures, eating lots of amazing food and drinking a lot of wine. And while I really do adore all of these things, they’re also extremely draining for my introverted, just-getting-over-burnout self. When I take vacations,… Continue reading The Soft Reset: Bouncing Back After Over-Indulging
Relieving Stress Through Self-Care: Part One Last week we covered what stress is, and the chronic type of stress that causes the most suffering. This week, we’ll start focusing on some strategies to start the process of de-stressing. In my experience, the first line of defense ALWAYS needs to be meeting our own basic, physical… Continue reading First, Get Some Sleep