Labyrinths have been with us for thousands of years, throughout the world, in a variety of forms – carved into rock, painted on pottery, laid out on the ground. Transcending time, religion and culture, they’ve been long associated with spirituality and ritual – a universal tool that can assist the […]
Life has a beautiful and sometimes challenging way of engaging and deepening our learning about ourselves and how we can best serve others on our path.
For the last several years, I’ve felt called to support women in maintaining their health and energy, through the transition to motherhood and throughout their […]
The transition to motherhood, along with it’s joys and challenges, provides a beautiful opportunity for growth and healing.
From preconception through pregnancy, birth and early mothering, we’re confronted with shifts and changes in our physical bodies, our emotions and our energy.
How we experience these shifts has the potential to influence our […]
The transition to spring brings an energy of newness and creates a beautiful time for us to begin practices that will nourish and sustain us throughout the coming months.
As a self employed Mama, I’ve consistently struggled with making myself a priority, amidst the demands of work, mothering & Life. And, […]
Your breastfeeding relationship doesn’t need to end as you prepare to return to work. In fact, there are so many benefits to continued breastfeeding, including immune and nutritional support for Baby and being a source of bonding and reconnection for you and Baby, after time apart.
In Nova Scotia and many […]
I am in awe.
I am in awe of a pair of muscles and their influence on our overall health as women.
The psoas muscles are large muscles that traverse the physical core of our bodies – at one end attaching to the twelfth rib and all of the lumbar (lower back) […]
There. I said it. Sleep regression does not exist.
I hear that term often from moms – in my office, at the mothering support group I facilitate, on social media – and it has never sat well with me.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines regression as “A return to a former or less developed state”.
In all of […]