The Link Between Mental Health and Your Gut

The Link Between Mental Health and Your Gut

Have you ever heard someone refer to the gut as “the second brain”? This is because our gut-brain connection is stronger than you might realize. Like the brain, your gut is filled with nerves called the enteric nervous system or ENS. Feelings, such as anger, sadness...
The Benefits of Yoga and How to Begin

The Benefits of Yoga and How to Begin

The practice of yoga, bringing together both mind and body, has been around for years. Although there are many different types of yoga, most of them focus on movement, meditation, and deep breathing exercises. Over the years, yoga has become a popular tool in helping...
Recognizing and Managing Burnout

Recognizing and Managing Burnout

Do you struggle with feelings of extreme exhaustion and changes in appetite or sleep patterns? You might feel less optimistic, less hopeful, and overall, less motivated to participate in daily activities. While this can also present itself as symptoms of depression or...
Introduction to Ayurveda

Introduction to Ayurveda

Ayurveda. While the word may be unknown to many, this holistic approach to medicine has been around for over 5,000 years. Ayurveda is the “traditional, ancient Indian system of health science” and known to be one of the oldest medical systems in the world. This type...
The Benefits of Aromatherapy

The Benefits of Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, also known as essential oil therapy, is defined as a “holistic healing treatment that uses essential oils to improve the health of body, mind and spirit”. Essential oils are natural oils using plant extract. They are made by steaming or pressing...
Eating Healthy While Working from Home

Eating Healthy While Working from Home

I don’t know about you, but I tend to snack a lot. When I’m bored, sad, happy, but most of all, when I’m not actually hungry. It was a problem for me before quarantine and now, over a year later, it’s something I still struggle with every day. This might not be an...