“Julia, I’m so glad you’re you!!
You find all the information and do all the research and say it’s fascinating!!”
It’s true. Finding relevant information – and I strive to provide the most helpful information possible on this tricky path we call healing – is both my strength and my weakness.
It is great when pieces of information puzzle fit together like a charm.
Not so awesome when you feel like you are drowning in the sea information…
If there’s anything I’ve learned through a lifetime of sifting through research and data (my background in nuclear physics has certainly been an asset here!) is that new information – both physical and intellectual – tends to float on the surface of our awareness until we give ourselves the opportunity to pause, to be, and most importantly to feel what is right and valid for us.
Going to multiplicity of yoga teacher trainings and retreats have taught me that integration time is the most important + overlooked piece of healing + learning process. This is WHEN all the learning / growing actually happens!
So today we put a pause on the new info and take a trip down the memory lane – a look back at some of the most popular topics of the past year:
(I love hiking back into familiar places… Every time I do, I see things I haven’t noticed before. Enjoy!)
NOCEBO: words that aren’t spoken
Medical environment primes you for chronic pain. Here is how.
Movement Prescription: Reduce Front Hip Tension
Simple tools to get the hip flexors feeling springy again.
Spring. Clean. Detox.
Or how gut-sucking and butt – tucking can affect digestive function (plus, of course, tools to get better).
Soft – Tissue Recovery: 3 RECOVERY MISTAKES, and how to avoid them.
These can be pricey, and most of us are guilty of at least one or two, if not all three of these.
What happens when you strengthen on a top of tension?
Hey, my name is Julia
Over the years I’ve gotten to be pretty good at this problem-solving and silver-lining finding thing.