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2nd love of my life. First born . Tristan means tumultuous. And he happens to fit that name. Loud, inquisitive, full of love and hugs, life and energy, numbers and music 🎶. Definitely to the beat of his own 🥁 I say he came out screaming and didn’t stop for at least a year, then it slowed down. I’m here to say the #colicbaby grows up to something extremely special and so much more easy. #difficultdays do get better. He is so unique and I love him so. We survived the #colic and now we #thrive . Especially him!
Healthy body healthy mind healthy soul takes so much attention ... today I’m taking a me day a day to go with in deep meditate let go of what does not serves me ... I am love I am light I am a vehicle for others to thrive in a world that is negative vibrations ... we don’t take the time help others we can barley take care of ourselves ... slow or down stop listen go in be best for you and the world that needs us .. be that ray of sunlight that continues to shine so bright ... make the necessary changes to change this vibration ... the world needs each of us to feel this and make change ... @threadlounge@intshopper@burningman#tribe#nature#nutrition#healthyfood#live#temple#nourishyourself#thrive#sparkle#be #❤️
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Have you seen us wearing these little black and/or white labels?
Wondered what they were?
These are Black/White Labels and they help with:
So how do they work?
They work by absorbing the ingredients through your derma layer of skin, directly into your body creating 0 waste product!
Clever little stickers really!
Could these benefit you or someone you know?
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Namaste Thursday! 🙏 ☔️Rain, ☔️Rain it’s ok we’re gonna do this anyway! 💪
As youth ministry leaders we must realize the essential need to help students develop a high view of Scripture. It is God’s word to us, my Pastor says this, “You read this book, you hear His voice.” The Bible is a Holy book and it should be treated as such. Students may not know how to treat a book as Holy so they must see it modeled in us. Through a series of blog posts we are going to discuss some different ways to help your students develop a high view scripture.
We’d like to thank our Corporate Trainer, Marlety Ramírez, for running a successful office while our owner was out of town. She is the prime example of the individual we want in our company! She is committed, hardworking, trustworthy and reliable. #UnquestionableLeadership
If you could spend a day in a great library, what would you choose to read?
This is a great question to consider if you’re feeling like your interests and likes have got a bit lost along the way, or feeling like you can’t remember who you are.
For me I think it would be anything to do with human behaviour / positive psychology. And probably some really good fiction that I can escape into the world of the characters...who am I kidding, I’d love a week, not a day!! I’d love to hear about what you’d choose in the comments below,
Each and everyone of us has gift that we can share with this world. Your gift is different to anyone else’s in the world and that’s why you are amazing.
“So don’t hide your light! Let it shine brightly before others, so that the commendable things you do will shine as light upon them, and then they will give their praise to your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16 TPT #MadeToThrive#BeTheChange
I think one of the wonders of this job is to see a space transform over time. From studs to this amazing near 4,000 square-foot home in Edgehill village right next to the gulch.
This job isn’t easy, and the lesson I’ve learned this month has been that excellent works starts with admitting to myself that I can always improve. Improvement is a goal that never ends and has kept me on my feet these past few weeks because I want to give my clients the best service out there- and it comes at the cost of my pride and but man is it worth it.
I’d rather live without inflated pride thinking i know it all and have an attitude towards each person I meet that I can always learn, grow and get better than having my pride and my friends family and clients get short changed.
This 1.3 Million dollar home I’m listing and every client I’ve worked with has taught me this and growth comes from my ability to know there is still room to grow.
The process we use at retreats like GRIT + SHIFT starts with Remember: remembering who we are, what's important to us and where our strengths lie. We use this information to fuel our growth as we build a life we love more, more often - thus, "values-fuelled". Being values-fuelled means being clear on what our values are, but so often we mix up our VALUE with our VALUES.
What shifts for YOU if you anchor into your values instead of your value today?
PROTOCOL💊 When my doctor (whom my insurance covered) told me my only other option was to try a low-dose anti-depressant to “see” if my physical symptoms would go away my instincts told me to find another route. Having been put on anti-depressants for a year or two when I was 12, I wasn’t necessarily opposed to taking them again, but his time around at age 29 “seeing” if they would take my symptoms away did not sit well with me. I wanted to get to the root, not just try cover it all up. I found a holistic doctor (not covered by insurance who costs a pretty penny) who gave me tons of hope for my circumstance. She informed me that with her approach, anti-depressants are very helpful but would be her third and final option of treatment...meaning she had other successful ways to dig into what was going on with me and my body. Pictured is part of the protocol she gave me. This helped me learn that having the right people in your corner and working towards something can really help.
#thirstythursday 🥥 coffee + coconut + cashews = YUM! This smoothie is a great way to start the day with protein, fats and caffeine ☕💛
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JASPER BUILD PROGRESS
// The first order of business with an IC intensive synthesizer (E-mu, EDP, etc 1978-1989 style) is to sit down before we do anything, and test the board.
The excitement over integrated circuits at the time, plus their size and the use of sockets (or not) introduced endless trouble for techs hoping to repair these instruments.
Repair service at the time was more about swapping out the whole circuit board - rack the bad one, give you a new one, and go. Get to debugging the board later if there’s time.
The most common causes of hassles were a failure of the 5v power and/or the ground. So there you are, swapping out all the chips, and the problem was a tiny nick in the circuit board. Hard to locate or track down on these densely populated, deceptively simple machines.
If you’ve ever witnessed the curious way an E-mu sampler boots up from a data and electricity perspective then you know exactly what I mean. It’s genius. But it’s amazing they ever worked at all.
So step one:
Continuity test the 5v rail and the ground between the starting point/test point and all the socket pin destinations before you place a single part.
What’s fun is that this doesn’t guarantee there won’t be hassles, but it does prove the integrity of the starting point.
Next resistors, then diodes, ceramic capacitors, box capacitors, and then the garden of IC sockets.
This morning it’s time for transistors and voltage regulators and MTA-100 connector pins.
I’m building the midi board at the same time.
Coming along... #jasper#waspclone#diy#thrive
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MENTAL ENERGY WHERE IS YOURS GOING? | Try not to fall into the trap?! What trap? 👇👇
When we think about our energy, I think it's normal that we connect with our physical energy & what we are DOING. We can see that if you are doing something like working a 9-5 then you can picture where your energy is going but, mental energy is a bit of another conversation & not so easy to spot if you're not sure.
Where is your mental energy going?
🤦♀️If you wake up thinking about the dreaded day ahead. Do you enjoy your present morning before you start?
🤦♂️If you have an appointment that you are worried about, are you placing your mind at the appointment before you're even there, spending the time worrying about it, when actually the appointment lasts 30 mins with worry time lasting 2 weeks 22hs
🤦♀️If you have experienced anxiety are you constantly focused on body sensations placing your entire day around "could I be getting anxious now?".
🤦♂️Are you in a relationship where they need help, but don't actually help themselves. You worry on their behalf all the time and make all the effort, hoping they will change. Where's all you mental energy going? Do you have time to think about yourself?
You mental energy is not best spent worrying or worrying for someone else & it's hard to let go of that worry, we get that instant feeling of dred when we contemplate letting go "What will happen?
Nothing will happen, nothing changes that isn't in your control.
Worrying doesn't make change.
Worrying steals present peace
Worrying causes anxiety to increase.
Your mental energy is best spent on what you can control.
Worrying won't change a person, they only way they'll change is if they want to.
LETTING GO TIPS
If you catch yourself using your mental energy worrying.
Take a breath
Observe the situation
Are you present of the moment or in the past or future?
Is worrying helping?
Will it change anything?
What could you do with this energy if you let go?
'I notice where my mental energy is going, it's not helping, I choose to let it go & refocus my thoughts in something helpful.
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SELF CARE = A helpful act of self human compassion & no more self sabotage caused by the modern influences we are faced with today.
One of the biggest causes of all of our feeling, pressured, not enough, anxious, down is the constant influences that are in our faces 24/7. Connected to our hands📱 on every street corner 🎨 radio📻tv 📺 newspapers 📰. Our focus is pulled towards it. Where do these ideas come from? Are they helpful to the human or man made, these ideas become beliefs, our beliefs become our actions.
When you feel overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, sad, angry, drained, broken, upset, do you allow yourself to recognise what you are going through? accept that this must be something that you need to experience because there's a blooming good reason why? or do you feel the pressure to keep going, to block out the emotion, to stay postive,? 'can not leave the rat race!'.
Some of the reasons why you may not accept how you feel and look for a human solution is because we are heavily influenced by what we see & hear daily.
Treat the symptoms, not the cause, leaves us not understanding that there is a cause other than what we come to beleive 'it's me'
We are not shown or encouraged to take a human approach to a situation, instead of i need to......we blame the human & not the system that caused it.
You can rise above influence & create your own.
Take these helpful STEPS on board.
When you feel any of the above
Notice that your are feeling it.
Allow yourself to feel it
Speak kindly to yourself
Allow it to be felt & pass in its own time
Treat the real cause
I NEED TO.....go to the image 🎨👆
Come away from the influences that have us feeling like we can't pull away.
Switch off from them
Start installing another influence
Place those influences around you as constant reminders.
Able to do more eventually, slow snail wins the race. Feeling good
🤹♂️ ANXIETY | ATTEMPTING TO GET IT ALL DONE IS OK BUT NOT A LONG TERN EVERYDAY GOAL = anxiety. Why?👇
Anxiety can have many causes, there is always a cause.
🤹♂️One cause is stress. Constant stress on the mind & body. So, if you find yourself constantly trying to do everything, the reason you'll end up not being able to do anything is because your mind & body will tell you 'we can't do this, this is too much, resources are down. We've had no rest, it's getting dangerous for us to keep this Up!'.
🤹♂️And at some point after telling yourself 'I'm Ok' & pushing through, your stress response comes on to tell you 'we're not ok, we can't keep this Up'.
✅And rightly so! It's not anxiety's fault that you are overdoing it, it's not down to anxiety to stop. We dont blame the symptoms, the human. We look for cause!
Anxiety is stress response, fight flight freeze, designed to keep us alive, not hurt us.
👀Often we can get so focused on goals & achieving, that we lose sight of our welfair, time goes by and before you know it, you're feeling I'll, or anxious, or both.
What you can do is.
Go see a GP & get some advice, make sure it's anxiety you are experiencing. One thing we do is guess what's wrong but that leaves us open to fearing the worst & that's really going to cause you more anxiety.
They will check that there is nothing causing your anxiety that they can help with. Deficiency in a vitamin or mineral, hormone imbalance, help dealing with an existing health problem. Etc
Then accept that your body is telling you 'We need to look after ourselves, no nasty talk about ourselves, compassion is needed'.
Try not to be doing everything all the time. Plan, say no sometimes, put your foot down about your health. Ask for support. Look in other places for support. Doctors, associations. Etc.
🤗Never give up on your wellbeing, refocus & make time for you.
. #anxiety#anxietycoach#recovery#selfcare#selflove#wellbeing #wellness#anxietyprevention#anxietyrecovery#copingskills#thrive#help
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Hey loves. I felt compelled to share this now because it hit home for me today; & in general. It describes me, & there are many reasons for it, mostly stemming from childhood, but also painful letdowns, more times than I can say. Being highly sensitive & a huge “giver”, when I was the one who needed help, and was hit hard with disappointment, it broke my heart. Each time it caused me to have an even more difficult time reaching out, because it made me feel vulnerable to being hurt again. It was easy to just assume people were going to let me down & not come through. Talk about baggage huh. Luckily I’ve consistently worked on not allowing myself to close off completely, & still have faith in people, & people really do happily surprise. For me it has been the ones I least expected it from. Then there’s the notion that asking for help is somehow weakness, when nothing could be further from the truth. Anyone who has had to do so knows the strength involved. It’s not easy, & the past few years, after my life & health completely turned upside down, I was forced to really learn true humility & work on this incessant notion that I need to handle everything all on my own, & to do otherwise makes me any less strong & independent. We all need help now & again, every single one of us, & as a good friend reminded me, not allowing others to give back (help Us) is selfish, because just as we take pleasure from being able to help others so do they (the ones who count); I had never considered it that way before. As lifelong “givers”, taking can become very foreign & uncomfortable for us, but it’s something we must work on to help create inner balance; we can have the tendency to deplete ourselves otherwise. No (wo)man is an island, & we weren’t meant to do it all on our own. It’s okay to ask for help. Old traumas need to be worked through so we can open ourselves up to receiving again. Self-reliance & independence is great, but not at the mercy of our wellbeing. I reached out to family today for help, & it wasn’t easy, but I’m so glad I did. I need to become more comfortable receiving, & I hope you do too. We are deserving of the same effort we so freely give. ♥️Leila
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Who agrees? I think this was the main root cause of my “affliction” for so many years. It was the little girl in me who felt neglected, less than, abandoned, not enough...and who didn’t receive the therapeutic warmth & physical nurturing she needed. That little girl searched for it in others, and their approval & love. Nothing in this entire world can fill that gaping hole other than yourself...not really. It took me a Long time to get there, but I did; for the most part. 💗Leila
Although we tend to think of Grief in terms of loss (death), it can be anything causing deep sorrow (pain, anguish, suffering...) and from any sort of loss (ex. health, career etc..). The way anger can mask our grief is an important thing to recognize within ourselves, and in others. As many of you know, I’ve grieved the violent loss of my beloved nephew the last several months (hate crime). I’m still working my way through it, but especially when it was still fresh, I caught myself needing to really keep my anger/temper in check, because I was definitely more irritable and on edge. Not only then though, when my heart feels any sort of grief, I have to recognize misplaced negative emotions that emerge, like anger, sometimes seemingly out of the blue. Seeing the truth of it helps me keep these unhealthy emotions in check. I’m all about allowing ourselves to feel/experience our emotions, so we can then release/integrate it, but we should always watch out for feelings masquerading as something else. Sending you peace and love, sweet Tribe. Xo♥️Leila
p.s. and who here thinks Tom Hardy is sexy as h$ll? I think he is...inside and out, plus extremely talented. Happy Birthday, Rebel Soul! Xo
102 3,14415 September, 2019
NO as a complete sentence is more than fine, loves. Let that sink in and try it next time. You don’t have to justify... When you say yes, do you feel you need to explain why? Mmm..probably not, right? So why do we feel we need to with no? We don’t. ♥️Leila