Healing Charlotte Podcast: Carrie Wren, Life Coach

On this episode with Carrie Wren, we learn about her passion for helping others as a Life Coach. She says that life coaching is better experienced than explained and can aid in creating deeper and better relationships, gaining clarity around purpose, determining what you want, and moving beyond the “inner mean girl” judgments. She divesContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Carrie Wren, Life Coach”

Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin’s “The Four Tendencies” divides people into categories based on how they are motivated. The Upholder is motivated both internally and externally, the Questioner is internally, the Obliger is externally, and the Rebel is neither. Her recommendation is to determine which category you fit into and work with yourself and not against. Of courseContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin”

Katie’s Bookshelf: Go Wild by Richard Manning and John Ratey

“Go Wild; Eat Fat, Run Free, Be Social, and Follow Evolution’s Other Rules for Total Health and Well-Being” by Manning and Ratey uses the premise of going back to our “wild” nature to achieve more overall health.  They explore running and exercise, nutrition, sleep, nature, the brain, and our tribe as all areas to returnContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: Go Wild by Richard Manning and John Ratey”

Restorative Yoga for Families

***Restorative Yoga for Families is suspended currently*** Beginning February 1, 2018, Katie will offer 60-minute Restorative Yoga classes for parents and children/teens conveniently located near Park Road Shopping Center at Innergy Works. This class focuses on relaxing the body and mind, enhancing attachment and connection, and developing healthy coping skills.  Inspired by Bessel Van DerContinue reading “Restorative Yoga for Families”

Simplify Your Practice

Savasana, the ending resting pose in most yoga classes, can conjure up all sorts of feelings. I would go as far to say that you either love it or hate it. How can one pose create such an emotional reaction? I would guess that those who hate it are challenged by the stillness and struggleContinue reading “Simplify Your Practice”