Stressors such as lack of sleep, under or over exercising, poor nutritional habits or emotions such as anxiety, worry, fear, anger can all bring your body out of homeostasis.
Diseases and symptoms such as chronic fatigue, irregular periods, joint pain, and digestive issues are our body’s way of saying, “Pay attention! I’m out of balance!” It’s imperative to reconnect with your body to begin to understand the messages your body is giving you and learn how to respond to these direct messages in order to meet your physical and psychological needs. When you tailor your diet and lifestyle to meet these needs, it can change your life in unexpected ways.
In order to maintain balance in the body you must strengthen your health foundations (read more by clicking here).
Stress response management
Nutrition is one of the most important pillars to good health...
so cheers to getting balanced! Stick with us and stay tuned on more educational opportunities to learn about and experience nutrition.
Our Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Crystal Springe, is ready to support you on your journey, please reach out today for your 30 minute complimentary consultation.
Our bodies were born to move! If we want to keep them healthy, we've gotta keep moving. Exercise also connects us to a positive mental fortitude that can greatly improve our daily experience
when practiced consistently.
Through muscle strength and conditioning you can be sure to experience increased stamina and endurance, more energy, less fatigue, and an all around feeling of being strong. Flexible joints and increased blood flow that comes with a balanced yoga practice improves stamina, reduces anxiety and stress and other imbalances that effect both your
body and mind.