Autumn Equinox

Welcome to the day of the Autumn Equinox. Today is the day where the sun crosses the equator and those of us living in the Northern Hemisphere will begin to see more darkness than daylight. The hours of daylight between sunrise and sunset have been growing shorter each day since the Summer solstice. I’ve grown up celebrating this season change with family and friends. We would gather to share hearty food and drinks and some of us would plant herbs, set intentions and gratitudes. Once again, my love for gathering as community and family is so marked by these beautiful changes of season. On this Mon...

Chronic Low Back Pain

Did you know that one of the number one complaints in this country is low back pain? It makes sense with our jobs demanding us to sit for long periods of time or allowing for poor posture overall as well as long commutes contributing to the same problem. Coupled with a low activity lifestyle or improperly tra...

Convention

“Nothing in nature lives for itself. Rivers don’t drink their own water. Trees don’t eat their own fruit. The sun doesn’t shine for itself. A flowers fragrance is not for itself. Living for each other is the rule of nature.”   ~100thseed.org Together. Together we are stronger. In this country we are so focused on independence. Doing it on our own. Someone is a warrior or strong if they can do it all. By themselves. We value this attitude so much in our culture that we have entire industries trying to heal adrenal glands and people in therapy on why they can’t commit or a...