Monthly Archives: May 2010

Wellness of the Heart – Part Two: Unconditional Friendship With One’s Self

How can we hold our own hearts in an embrace that completely lacks judgment and criticism? Continue reading

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Wellness of the Heart

We are one amazing interconnected being with our body, the organs within, and chief among them our heart, affecting emotions in complete concert with our brain. Continue reading

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Get a Vision! Motivation that lasts.

Having a vision of living a life that is truly healthy and well provides sustaining motivation. Continue reading

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Wellness Coaching Essential Ingredients

For all the differences in approaches, programs, and plans, we all agreed on one thing: the coaching relationship is absolutely essential to effective outcomes in wellness coaching… “Who do you want on your lifeboat?” Continue reading

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Simply Centered

You may not be a martial artist, a trained mediator, or a practitioner of Tai Chi. You may not be a trained athlete whose performance depends on how balanced they are on a ski slope or an ice rink. You … Continue reading

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Slimmest City in the Country = Fort Collins, Colorado

When the Fort Collins/Loveland, Colorado metro area topped the Gallup Poll research as being the least obese metro area in the United States, those of us who live here were proud, but not very surprised. It is evident that things … Continue reading

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Wellness is conscious living.

May 2, 2010 We are often admonished to slow down, to relax, to be mindful, to be aware, to live our lives consciously. We are urged to remember all of this and more. To “re-member” is to become again in … Continue reading

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