During the winter when energy levels can easily drop we might be tempted to reach for cookies or donuts to […]
If you’ve been following this blog, you know I have an eccentric form of humour. Telling myself that I could become a fitness instructor at age 65 might be the funniest joke yet. Yet, here’s the thing: I already have the support of family, friends, a great group of Essentrics® instructors, and the Essentrics® training team, so I will do this. No joke.
There also seemed to be a more positive energy, which you “yoga people” will understand, but one that’s difficult to put into words. The room seemed brighter too. Maybe it was because of the larger space.
I try to approach most things in life with a sense of humour and a sense of hope. These are especially important when you live with a chronic illness—or two or three– as I do.
I am not a sadist or a masochist but since reading an article* called “Pain Pain Go Away” I’ve been thinking a lot about pain.
In my last post, The Best of Both Worlds I referred to the different health practitioners that I’ve been fortunate […]
Should Eastern, or other complementary health care be publicly funded in the same way that Western medicine is–through government-run health […]