How can we live a holistic lifestyle as the busy world around us swirls? I have been using a 3 step framework with my clients for years that really helps you put your wellness on a mindful auto pilot. Holistic living means living in touch with the seasons, yourself and setting out to live an intentional lifestyle.
1. Rituals that won't take hours-
We are all busy humans and at the end of the day our health should be one of our top priorities but often other obligations come before it. I have created ways that we can still learn about vast systems such as Ayurveda in bite sized 10 minute practices. These are my signature self-care acts for busy mamas that have been life shifting for many of my clients.
2. Workouts that are 30 minutes or less-
I've been in the personal training space for 12 years I've seen and done it all. 30 minutes or less a day is sufficient if you have the right intensity and movements for your body. We don't have to go to the killer hour spin or HIIT class if that's not what we enjoy doing. At the end of the day if you enjoy it, have accountability and are consistent you will reach your goals.
3. Living in tune with the seasons-
One thing I've heard from clients for years is the seasonal shift really throws the off their routines, as it should. We are connected to nature we are not separate. When kids are home for the summer months of course it will be harder for you to squeeze in your wellness plans and those workouts might look like family walks. In the winter months it's harder to get up early when it's dark until 7:30am Routines can and should change with the natural rhythm of what's going on around us.
Wanting more tips on how to slow down and live more intentionally? I have a 28 day Ayurvedic toolkit that is meant to help you connect with you!
Craving a more holistic living lifestyle but unsure of where to start? I specialize in helping women find the right balance and schedule that fits their lifestyle.
Schedule a free consult with me to see how I can help you align your holistic lifestyle.