Tag Archives: self care
Month 2: Physical Therapy for chronic Back & Neck Pain
So month 2 was challenging. We added more exercises and another set. So it was 2 sets of 10 reps for each exercise. I exercised 3x a week. It was challenging and painful but rest is always healing. I have had problems with my muscles and walking since my back injury progressed in Oct 2019.Continue reading “Month 2: Physical Therapy for chronic Back & Neck Pain”
My Daily Yoga Routine For Chronic Back Pain
After a severe chronic back & neck pain flare, I was unable to move for 3 months. I slowly created a yoga routine that helps me maintain flexibility & strength without causing harm to my body.
Please try out this routine for yourself & let me know if it helps you too!
Chronic Pain & Ayurveda
Chronic back pain changes you. Your body, nervous systems, and emotions are no longer what they once were. I have been searching, for relief to my suffering. I just don’t want to be in or as much pain. I want to create a life that supports my well being and health. I was introduced toContinue reading “Chronic Pain & Ayurveda”
Ayurveda Fall Seasonal Eating Guide: Fall
Ayurveda is about eating seasonally. As there is a universal shift, we too must adapt to the changes that happen in our environment. The change in the days, temperature, weather, and types of crops that grow, affect our bodies. Our eating habits come from many factors. Shaped by our parents when we are young, moldedContinue reading “Ayurveda Fall Seasonal Eating Guide: Fall”
Meditation and Brainwaves
Space is a crucial element. Without space life would not exist. Ether is seen everywhere. We can connect with the ether element and give ourselves the space we need to heal and grow. What does space mean to you? To me it means coming back to my reality and not being influenced by others aroundContinue reading “Space”
Ayurveda: My Lifestyle Change
Ayurveda is changing my life. I am healing energetically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. My body has changed so much. I have herniated discs in my neck and lower back. It is causing me neuropathy problems in my hands, legs, and feet. Moving too much causes flare ups and drop foot/paralysis. Rest has been my bestContinue reading “Ayurveda: My Lifestyle Change”
Waters is about healing from the mold you were put in and shaped to be. This can be from parents, society, cultures, or limiting beliefs. Dipping your toes in the water means to dive into your subconscious and become aware of your scars, while releasing them with gratitude and awareness.