Filtering Our Way Through a Fabricated Reality

With mental illness now being the leading cause of disability, I want to take this opportunity to discuss the implications of filters. Viewer beware because if we are not conscious of the highlight reel effect with social media then scrolling can quickly catapult us into a state of negativity and feeling as though we are not enough.

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Meg Stevenson
Be Kind To Your Core

When it comes to terms with the body, what’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word “core?” A six pack, ripped abs, a flat stomach? Those are usually the terms our brains automatically think of. Now, what’s the first thing you think of when you think about YOUR core? 

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Meg Stevenson
Why Rest Is Just As Important As Strength

We are constantly overwhelmed with external stimuli. Not only that, but we are expected to multi-task at work and possibly at home. Our attention is being pulled in every direction (whether we are aware of it or not)! Our nervous system is not supposed to function this way, one of its jobs is to keep us safe.

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Meg Stevenson
Finding Your Flow

What would your practice look like if you got rid of the "shoulds", and the stories you place on yourself? What if you approached each pose, not trying to make a certain shape, or somehow fighting against your body, but instead, took the opportunity to observe what the pose's effect was on your breath? Or how the pose feels in your body, both physically and energetically? 

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Meg Stevenson