Founder & Therapist
I know life can be difficult. And busy. And complicated.
I know that sometimes we forget about ourselves in all that chaos.
Self-care starts with making positive changes to what we can control and letting go of what we have no control over. This is easier said than done, especially as there are a lot of mixed messages and a lot of "advice" out there about how to do this and what we have to accept. Like severe diets and bootcamps, while some things may be intended to help you become more healthy, they may be too aggressive to be safe. Or like the myth that accidentally peeing after having a baby or as we age is normal, sometimes we feel we have to accept conditions that can easily be treated. It’s no surprise that so many people are overwhelmed and confused about how to safely become stronger and feel better.
The truth is that it is never too early or too late to improve your body and mind, but it is important to do so in a way that respects what you have been through and where you are now, physically and emotionally. We all have the ability to improve our quality of life, despite stress and symptoms of pain and anxiety. It is a process and it can feel difficult along the way, but it is well worth the time and effort.
My years of professional experience have reinforced my belief that you are more resilient than you may believe. You have the ability to not only overcome your obstacles, but to thrive on the other side of adversity. Sometimes we all just need a little guidance to meet our full potential. Being your whole self is the foundation for every relationship you have, be it with yourself, your children or partner, your friends and family, or your work. Being your best self is the foundation for everything.
You are worth your care and compassion.