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When it comes to recovery and mental health care everyone’s recovery process will be different so it’s important to have different self-care options that can be included in your recovery plan.
One aspect that is being talked a lot about these days is movement and how it can impact our mental health.
Do you understand your digestive system? Here’s what’s behind your abdominal wall.
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Evolve Holistic's Jackie Mirkopoulos along with Freyja Spence and Dain Wallis of Move Daily, will guide you through the process of intuitively listening to your own body to help you create daily habits and a long-term self-care plan unique to you. Watch and learn more about what this retreat is all about ♥.
Emotional Intelligence is the key to understanding ourselves and how we relate to the world around us. We have enjoyed many great conversations with Mireya Mata about this subject in relationship to parenting, work, personal growth and education and we are happy to present her to the Evolve Holistic Collective as one of our Emotional Self-Care Experts.
The Cacao plant grows in the humid tropical climates around the equator, most notably Central and South America as well as West Africa. It is very important for the ecology of the rainforest and offers us the beautiful powerful nutrient packed food… RAW CACAO!
As fall is arriving and the Harvest Full Moon is upon us, it is a great time to renew some of those needed grounding rituals after an ubiquitous summer. Just like the changes in the weather, notice any imbalances going on in your body and mind. Along with your Full Moon Meditation and some needed self-care time, I invite you to take some time to make yourself some beautiful grounding teas.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, In 2016, 15.9 million family caregivers provided an estimated 18.2 billion hours, that is a lot of time where we focus our energy on the well being of others and can often mean neglecting our own. Here are some things to consider for optimizing our brain health and improve our self-care.
Written by Mireya Mata. Remove the stigma around mental health at home, school or within your social circles. Providing space and time to have meaningful conversations about mental health, bullying, stress/anxiety and addiction is important and necessary when speaking to our children.