New Decade, New You?

The new year (or new decade!) always seems like a great time to make grand sweeping resolutions for change.  We always think, This is the year I’ll finally make it happen! And more often than not, those resolutions are quickly forgotten, and we fall back into the same patterns we’ve always followed.

As we move into 2020, I encourage you to spend some time thinking about what might be blocking you from success with your health goals. Is it a diagnosis that’s been made to sound hopeless? Is it a lack of time to take care of yourself? A lack of knowledge about what’s really good for you, individually?

Together, we can work our way through these things. We can strategize, dig deeper, and find ways to help you be the healthier, happier you you’re dreaming of. If you’re feeling stuck, I encourage you to reach out in the  new year, and let’s chat.

As we wrap up 2019, I encourage you to start your health journey by spending some time taking care of YOU. You’ve likely spent the holiday season so far focused on meeting others’ needs. Remember, if you burn out, you’re no good to anybody. You have to be #1, always.


New for 2020!

Look for some exciting new developments in the new year. I’ll be moving my practice to an online records system, which means one easy-to-use centralized site where you can keep track of all your visit notes and records of work we’ve done together, and with simple online messaging–no more digging to find old email convos (or texts)! For those of you who have done and loved my RESTART class in the past, look for an announcement of a new group purification program in the Spring. I’ll also be moving these newsletters to a quarterly schedule.


Wishing you a joyous, prosperous, and HEALTHY new year!

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