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Guest Blog: Movement is Medicine – Finding the bounce to your step

It’s that time of year; a change in the air and reclaiming routine, fall is upon us. Movement is medicine for not only the body, but the heart, mind, and spirit. Are you ready for a fresh start? In a season of new beginnings now is a great time to TAKE ACTION and GET MOVING! I invite you to think... Continue Reading

yoga sequence: happy hamstrings

This yoga sequence was inspired by Casper and the awesome blog they have.   As much as I love practicing yoga I also love to run. It's a great combination because running gets me sweating and yoga nourishes my body, mind and spirit. When I run it's very all or nothing but when I'm practicing... Continue Reading

the less physical heart

Beyond the flow of blood and the firing of neurons lies an entire non physical body, an entire being of energy and life force that you can't measure or track, only feel. It envelops you and is even larger and fuller than the boundaries of your skin. This is our spiritual body, or some call it the... Continue Reading
enjoy nature's gifts

6 ways to support your immune system this season

It is that time of year again where sickness seems to run through schools, works places and households. The best way to stay on top of these microbes that circulate is to support your body’s natural defence. As we enter this transition season, we watch nature prepare to rest for the winter,... Continue Reading

yoga pose of the week #2

As we enter our second week of September, which is Movement Month at Naturmend, I will be guiding you through another yoga pose, Garudasana. Garudasana, commonly known as Eagle Pose, is a great pose for opening the shoulders as well as for balance. It is good for centering the mind, opening the... Continue Reading

yoga pose of the week #1

September is movement month at Naturmend and it’s time to begin our YOGA POSE OF THE WEEK, brought to you by Naturmend's own Madison Isenor. For those of you who do not know, I am a Certified Hatha Yoga Instructor. I completed my 200-hour training with Curran Watts and Lisa Whitford, the... Continue Reading