Our body is our physical self, our home. It needs to be nurtured with food and movement. When our body works well, there’s a sense of freedom, ease, and lightness in it, and we’re in a high state physical health. Yet, even with the best intentions, we can undo all the good we do with small little choices.
It’s common for many of us to put our own wellbeing last and accept aches and pains that can be treated. Having back pain is normal as we get older. Our doctor tells it okay if we pee a little when we cough. We tolerate little discomforts and allow them to fester and become greater. Limiting our ability to physically do the things we aspire to.
Movement is crucial to counter the repetitive motions that we do day in and day out. Walking, stretching, yoga, weight lifting, pilates, dancing, and any other way you enjoying moving is needed. Not one movement has all the answers and including varied movements into your life will be best.
At AnamBliss, our movement classes are designed to help you release tension, strengthen weak muscles, and develop full body awareness. Hiking in the woods challenges the most important movement patters we have, walking.
Everything is designed to help reduce those aches and pains, so you can enjoy everything life throws at you.
We are bombarded by information from all different sources telling us what we should do, what is right, and what is wrong. It changes day to day, week to week, and year to year. Adding to our sense of confusion about what to do, and leading to the opposite desire as our stress levels increase.
Food is not an enemy, something to be proud to deny ourselves. It is the building blocks of ourselves. Without fats, proteins, and carbohydrates, we cannot survive.
At AnamBliss, we strive to weed out the voices to help you find your own. As the body wants to thrive, if we listen to it and its cravings, it provides the information that we need to receive all the nutrients we need. We acknowledge that there are benefits to many different diets, but want you to find what is best for you.
Movement and food are crucial to our body’s survival, but there is also breath work, touch, brain health, rest, and other needs that may be overlooked.
Taking care of our body, our physical self, is necessary for optimal health. Being