In this month’s newsletter:
- Video: Health Focus for 2023
- Video: Healing Postpartum
- Holiday Hours and Closed Dates
- Book: One Moment Meditation
- Facebook and Google Reviews
- Taylor Thomas LMT – New Website
- Lighthouse Youth Services- Donations
- Recipe: Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage
Video: Focus for 2023?
As we make our way to 2023, have you considered any changes you wish to make? In this video, the idea is to leverage one the of biggest determinants for your health first, before getting into the details!
We often focus on nutrition and supplements this time of year. While this is great, I want to bring particular focus to movement and exercise this year.
Why? The gains and advantages in our health and disease prevention can be exponentially improved with exercise.
Think of the nutrition and supplements as fine tuning. There is no sense in ‘leaving on the table’ the free and profound exercise benefits to chase less profound results with dietary and supplement changes.
Check out the podcast for more:
A link to the description of our annual nutritional and supplement options for those interested, after squaring away your exercise, of course ?:
Video: How to Heal Postpartum
Check out the video and content below, from my wife Dina Haggenjos on her upcoming program about healing postpartum in today’s modern world – and why it’s so needed.
The Free WELL Postpartum Virtual Village 2.0 with Absolute Kinetics physical therapy is starting again soon and there are early registration discounts until this Wednesday, December 8th – get in on these!
If you/someone you know is welcoming a baby (first, second+) or postpartum, consider how this all-virtual group with two women specialists, and a design and community that was made for this very critical time could help you.
Moms receive weekly, live guidance and community, tools and resources to use/save for later, a private text messaging thread for real time support, and lots more.
Get in on early registration deals that end this Wednesday, December 8th.
If you have any questions you can:
– contact and write Dina here
– Or set up a free chat to ask questions here
– For full details on the program, agenda, and how to join visit Virtual Village here
Village members learn a variety of tools and practices to help them and their families including chiropractic for baby (and mom), mindset, lifestyle, natural baby care, physical healing and function, and much more!
Live groups begin the last week of January 20223, space is limited (this is not a huge moms group, but 10-15 moms + your coaches). Lives are recorded in case you miss.
Chiropractic Office Closed Dates for the Holidays
The office will close at 4:30pm on Friday, December 16th.
There will be additional office hours on Thursday, December 22nd from 10:00am-1:00pm.
The office will be closed Friday, December 23rd through Monday, December 27th.
The office will be closed on Monday, January 2nd.
Book: One Moment Meditation
This short and simple book would be awesome for any of you looking to begin meditation, or to add to your meditation practice with a new strategy, I’ve been most impressed with this little book. It has an efficient way of helping to bring more presence and awareness into our lives.
From the cover:
“Think of all the moments you “lose”: stuck in traffic, standing in line, waiting for a download. And think of all the moments you “waste”: working when you’re not focused, or fiddling with your phone. What if each of these moments offered you an extraordinary opportunity? In One-Moment Meditation, Martin Boroson distills the philosophy of time into a simple form of meditation that you can do anywhere, anytime. It begins with an exercise that takes just one minute per day. With practice, this takes less and less time, until it takes no time at all. Then each and every moment gives you a chance to reduce stress, refresh your mind, and open yourself to new possibilities. Playful, profound, and above all, practical, One-Moment Meditation teaches you that inner peace is not a distant goal reserved for saints and sages, and it doesn’t take a lot of time: it only takes a moment.”
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Taylor Thomas, LMT has a New Website
Check out Taylor’s new website!
Lighthouse Youth Services Donation Collection Site
As we have done for a number of years, we will collect items for the Lighthouse Youth Services at Thrive again this year.
If you would like to contribute, please bring any of these items to the office and we will drop them off at Lighthouse.
Thank you for considering supporting this organization. Here is what they most need:
- Hoodie (Any size)
- Personal Care Basket (these are hygiene items such as body wash, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush/toothpaste, etc. a theme works best i.e., baby hygiene theme, axe theme, ethnic hair care products, etc.)
- Baby Care Basket (Any mix of items such as diapers, wipes, clothes, toys, etc.)
- Home Cleaning Basket (For youth in apartments. Items such as Clorox wipes, detergent, dish soap, etc.)
- Stuffed Animal
Want to know more about Lighthouse and how they help youth in the community? Here is a summary:
Lighthouse offers an integrated system of care for ages 0-24 designed to guide and track their progress over time. This includes mental health services, including same-day assessments, as well as youth housing, emergency shelter, community juvenile justice services, residential treatment, early intervention, and foster care and adoption. A national leader in developing services for youth and families, Lighthouse opened the first group home for girls in Ohio and has operated the first and only sanctuary for youth ages 10-17 in the Cincinnati area since 1974. Lighthouse is also a pioneer in the effort to end youth homelessness and is the lead agency in the KEYS to a Future Without Youth Homelessness initiative in Hamilton County.
Recipe of the Month: Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage
This breakfast recipe is Paleo and Whole 30 friendly.