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Letting Go: The Power of the Mind-Body Connection

Letting go seems to be a challenge that every human experiences. Letting go of unmet expectations, past traumas, regrets, and anxieties is an important process for creating growth, mental headspace, Read More

The Three-Step Process That Shifts your Perspective

We all have ups and downs; the good and bad days; the victories and defeats. Most often, the positive and negative are fairly equally dispersed in our lives, but it Read More

The Second Step Towards Increasing Self-Love: Kristin Neff’s Self Compassion Break—An Actionable Tool for Increasing Self-Love

Last month, we explored the importance of developing strong self-compassion skills with the homework of asking yourself this question - especially during difficult times: “What can I learn from this Read More

The First Step Towards Increasing Self-Love: Self-Compassion

When we encounter a difficult situation, what is your inclination?  Is it to push yourself harder?  Is it to beat yourself up with talking negatively to yourself in hopes of Read More

Setting Intentions for the New Year: Who Do You Need to Become

We know that over 80% of New Year’s resolutions are broken within the first three days! This year, instead of resolutions, let’s set INTENTIONS! More than 40% of our daily Read More

Optimizing Genetics Through Lifestyle: The Plan!

Last month I wrote about how only a small percentage of disease is based on genetics.  The fate of our cells is not reliant on the genes that reside in Read More

Health-Span Versus Lifespan: The Action Plan for Optimal DNA Expression in 2023

The focus in America has been on increasing chronological age, extending life, and increasing the number of trips we take around the sun.  While chronological age is important, I would Read More

Is it Better to Sense a Lion by its Roar or by its Breath?

Dr. Epstein posed this question in the first Network Spinal Analysis seminar I took from him in 2002.  I honestly had to think about the answer for a while but Read More

The Old vs. the New: Energy-Poor vs. Energy-Rich

It is so common in our American culture to believe that we could and should push through anything.  We believe that it is a sign of character or strength to Read More

The Healing Journey of NSA

Network Spinal Analysis measures Phases, Stages, Levels, and the Biofields.  What does this look like in a person’s life?  Let’s take a deeper dive! “John” is experiencing the physical symptom of Read More

Level 2 of NSA Care: TRANSFORM

The Foundation:During May, we explored Level 1 of Network Spinal Analysis (NSA): Discovery Care. Level 1 of Care achieves less tension in the spine, ligaments, muscles, tendons, and nerves.  Patients Read More

Is it One Thing or is it Everything?

In healthcare, we are often sucked into the mindset that there must be “one thing that is wrong.”  One thing must be the absolute problem. The mindset most Americans have Read More

The Season of Discover: Level 1 of NSA Care

Last month we discussed the Levels of NSA Care: Discover, Transform/Integrate, and Awaken.  What do these levels look like when you are on the table receiving a NSA adjustment or Read More

The Levels of NSA Care: Discover, Transform, Awaken

Discover, Transform, Awaken… these are the levels of Network Spinal Analysis care, really - the steps in any growth process.   What does growth and healing look like? It is never Read More

Habits, Health, and Life

Watching Netflix instead of taking a walk after dinner... Hitting snooze five times instead of getting up to exercise... Relying on quick meals instead of planning and meal prepping for the week... Letting Read More

The Emotional Brain Versus the Thinking Brain: How NSA Creates Healing on All Levels

I want you to think about one of those moments in life—one of those overwhelming moments in which what you were feeling, experiencing, seeing, etc. was so vivid and intense Read More

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