Posts Tagged: spirit

Change: Can it Really be Simple?

September 14, 2015

Change: Can it really be simple? Simple change—sounds almost paradoxical, doesn’t it? If change is simple, then why is there so much resistance to it? Even when we know the change would be positive, even when we know in our hearts it’s what’s best, there is resistance. Lean into the resistance. What’s holding you back? […]

I Do Not Love Yoga – A Poem by Meghan Walsh

August 18, 2015

I DO NOT LOVE YOGA ~ A poem by Meghan Walsh, Yoga Therapist I do not ‘Love’ yoga the way I Love a friend or a painting or a pet Yoga is how I choose to heal and learn and grow and surrender and let go I respect yoga, it’s tradition and philosophy I honor […]

Are These 3 Myths About Relaxation Preventing You From Living Your Best Life?

August 04, 2015

By Dr. Erin Wiley, Naturopathic Doctor Myth #1: Relaxation is unproductive. Our culture is driven by results. There is a constant sense that we need to produce more, grow more, and achieve more. If we are not getting the results we want there is a sense that we should be doing more, or learning more, […]

Movility and Creativity

June 22, 2015

By Corinne K. We’re often taught that having our nose to the grindstone is the best route to productivity. And while a strong work ethic is certainly an important factor in achieving success, sometimes the best thing we can do is move away from our work. New ideas and fresh perspectives will come easier when […]

What is Yoga Therapy?

May 04, 2015

An Introduction to Yoga Therapy at IHI By Meghan Walsh, BFA, Certified Yoga Therapist Imagine being prescribed a pill that gradually healed your back pain while eradicating your worry around the limitations it caused you and as a result opened your eyes wider to the gift that is your life. If you broke open that […]

Empowering Health

April 27, 2015

By: Dr. Lisa Watson, ND I’m not a fan of buzzwords – they are often words people use without really knowing what they mean. As a Naturopath I see words like all-natural, superfood, multigrain – and I cringe. I recognize that these words are often used to make processed and packaged foods look healthier than […]