To all the healers, empaths, caregivers and intuitives….
….how would you rate YOUR overall wellness?
Wellness comprises many different mind, body, spirit and health dimensions. You may feel your communities have an increasing need for your time and energy, which makes it easy to lose track of your own well-being and whole health. When you spend your days in a state of giving – which isn't begrudged, because it’s your life’s purpose to serve others in their journeys - it's ever-more important to replenish and reconnect with your needs. Practicing healthy habits like eating well, getting enough sleep, fostering supportive relationships, finding moments of joy, pursuing a fulfilling career can take a back burner when your life focuses on helping others. And yet you KNOW that you can only serve others when you, too, have filled your own cup and served yourself….so why do you deprioritize yourself? Because you're human. Because you care SO much about everyone you intersect in your life.
Caring for your own wellness needs to be a top priority
It's easy to feel out of flow and lose your connection and purpose
These last few years have especially called for a lot more energy in order to step up and meet a greater universal need. Taking time to reflect and reconnect with your own current state of mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health is essential to remaining strong in your larger work within the Universe. I feel blessed to have heard the calling for my life’s purpose: to serve and support fellow healers, empaths, caregivers and intuitives like yourself in your journey so that you may continue to deliver your purpose.
Reconnect to Your Flow
I take a (w)holistic look at wellness and help you refocus, re-center, and take a deep internal look at how you can stay aligned to your path and understand where you get derailed. With energy work, self-discovery programs, movement through yoga and personal coaching, it becomes about returning to your flow and restoring your balance of wellness.
Thich Nhat Hahn
"The best way to take care of the future is to take care of the present moment."