Recently I had the opportunity to interview Tisha Morris, author of the book Mind, Body, Home. Tisha Morris is a Feng Shui practitioner, Yoga Teacher, and Energy Healer, as well as author. Continue reading
Recently I had the opportunity to interview Tisha Morris, author of the book Mind, Body, Home. Tisha Morris is a Feng Shui practitioner, Yoga Teacher, and Energy Healer, as well as author. Continue reading →
Welcome to week 4 of the Total Body Workout. This week we will focus on your lower body – glutes, hamstrings, and even a little work on the calves. And of course, while you focus on the lower body, you’ll continue to work from head to toe in an efficient and functional workout, using a small exercise ball (if you have one).
Each week will feature a different total body workout that will also highlight a specific muscle group. Last week was core, this week is thighs. Here is the official line up for the month:
Week 1 – Core (Abdominals, Obliques, Lower Back, and Hips)
Week 2 – Thighs (Inner, Outer, and Quads)
Week 3 – Upper Body (Chest, Upper Back, and Arms)
Week 4 – Lower Body (Glutes, Calves, and Hamstrings)
After the 4 weeks, you can stream the videos together for a full-length Total Body Workout.
So click below, grab a ball (or other substitute as explained in the video ), and start working that lower body!
What is your favorite part of a total body workout? Leave a comment and let’s discuss!
Peace and Love,
Here we are, in week 4 of the morning energizer series. I can’t believe it! February is almost over and next month we will be headed into a detox series through our healthy tips and exercises. But for now, back to the morning routines… Continue reading →
Let’s face it – some of the traditional family meals, such as spaghetti and marinara, get a bad wrap for a few reasons:
1) They are no longer truly homemade – they are artificially laced ingredients from a jar, and over processed wheat from a box.
2) Even when homemade with love, they still aren’t always healthy – pasta from wheat flour (even whole!) can cause tummy aches, some can spike blood sugar levels, and they can leave you overly full and bloated. Continue reading →
It’s DIY Friday! And this week’s DIY is a semi-homemade version – which means part of it is made from scratch, and part of it isn’t. But no worries, it is still wholesome, healthy, and absolutely delicious.
This also comes together in a few minutes, after some minor prep work, most of it which can be done while you do other things (even sleep!). Continue reading →