❤️ Find Your Joy and Deep Resting Squats

Today’s opening message isn’t going to be long or super insightful… just remember to find your joy. Sometimes we get so caught up in our day to day lives that we forget to find joy even in the smallest of activities. “Let your joy be in your journey—not in some

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What I Learned From Teens Girls Part 3

So this weekend was the first full tournament of the season for the softball team I coach. As always, I learned so much from my players… more than they will ever realize I’m sure. So here is another quick list of what I learned and what I was reminded of

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What is the Holistic Approach to Healthcare Part 1

In our first podcast episode, doctors of physical therapy (Sara, Shona, Irene, and Chrissy) discuss: What is your personal definition of an holistic approach to health care? How do you apply it in your practice as a physical therapist? Describe the role of licensure vs. the archetype of the healer. 

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Life at the Basic Level…. Survival

This past week I witnessed and experienced first hand to see how the body can be amazing, and frightening, all at the same time. If we want to get down to the very basic level of the human body’s experience… our only “job” is to survive. I know that sounds

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No is a Complete Sentence

I was reminded a lot this past week that “no” is a complete sentence. For many of us, we have been conditioned or subconsciously taught that anytime we say “no” to a question we have to then add our justification for that simple decision. Maybe it is due to us

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Short and Long Term Effects of Trauma

Yesterday I was reminded that 1 + 1 doesn’t always equal 2. It’s fascinating how you can learn new skills by breaking up the task in smaller chunks of work and once you excel at those smaller chunks, the total task may still need some work to make everything cohesive.

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