"I have always treasured art, music, and literature, but as of late, I am reminded that they are a part of our survival, part of what keeps us mentally and emotionally healthy...these have all become my family’s stability in this time of uncertainty."
Quarantine self care suggestions for everything from home fitness to books to shows to stream to food to make from NYC photographer, Julia Gartland.
"And while this process may not be 'effortless,' it is the means through which we can genuinely manifest lasting improvements in our life."
We opened our hearts, bodies, and minds together this past weekend in Seattle at our inaugural retreat, Unfold. It was a day of intimate connection and growth—here's a peek at experience.
"The more resilient we can be to change, the easier it will be to adjust to new normals—whether they’re temporary or permanent."
We spoke with energy healer Tiffany Jane Challis on how to harness and promote intuitive healing. She gave us a lesson in alternative self-care and tips for walking the path to spiritual wellness.
Today, in our wellness edition, we discuss the benefits and sources of free-radical fighting antioxidants. See which of your favorite foods and spices contain this hard working compound, and learn how you can begin incorporating them into your diet every day.
Pulling from her own personal experiences with insomnia, our resident wellness guru Lisa Levine discusses the struggles of this affliction and the proven techniques other sufferers can use to ease the mind and bring on the restorative rest we all need to function.
As inflated with trends and fads as the wellness industry has become, that saturation has inadvertently caused a lot of confusion around what wellness is. Whether it's a daily exercise regimen, clean eating or simply being more present, we are taking a moment to acknowledge that wellness is an ever-evolving, fluid phenomenon that means something different to everyone.
Amidst all of the joy and feelings of gratitude we experience around the holidays, it's inevitable that a little bit of stress finds its way into our lives between family dinners and stuffed shopping centers. We have compiled a list of exercises to boost our resilience to holiday stress, identify what is truly important and manifest those feelings of warmth we crave all winter.
We investigate that seldom talked about stage of menopause, commonly referred to as perimenopause, and various ways we can tune into our bodies to ebb symptoms brought on by hormonal changes.