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Design a home yoga practice

Design home yoga
Yoga, a Sanskrit work meaning “to yoke”, refers to the drawing in of the mind and the body and uniting oneself to a more fulfilled individual.

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5 Qualifications for a Health Coach

A health coach not only needs attributes that are relevant to their profession for them to be successful, but they also need to have the qualifications to back up their knowledge.

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5 Attributes of a Successful Health Coach

What skills does your health coach posses that will assist you in journey towards well being? Are there any specific abilities that they require to better guide you along your path?

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9 Functions of a Health Coach (Part 2)

What is the role and responsibilities of a certified Health Coach? This is part two of a two part blog, points six through nine. Health coaching may sound like a broad and general description, but in actuality it has a very specific goal in mind- and that’s your health! The functions of a health coach include assessing clients’ health, coaching clients (that’s you) on how to improve their health, and developing health care plans. Below are five of the health coach responsibilities.

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9 Functions of a Health Coach (Part 1)

What is the role and responsibilities of a certified Health Coach? This is part one of a two part blog, points one through five. Health coaching may sound like a broad and general description, but in actuality it has a very specific goal in mind- and that’s your health!

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Daily Primal Action- Bedtime Routine

Today is the final blog in the series of Daily Primal Actions. This series was not meant to be a finalized source of information on living a primal life, nor are these the only options available to you. It is imperative to explore, experiment and grow your own sense of well being. Another topic that was not widely discussed is primal actions for relationships, and that will be left for another blog. Today, the focus will be on your bedtime routine.

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Daily Primal Actions- Evening Time

If you’re just checking these series of blogs about daily primal actions now, feel free too start here or to go back to the first one: Daily Primal Actions- Morning routine. It is stressed in earlier blogs about setting yourself up for success earlier in the day to be successful for the current part of the day. The important thing to note though, is at any point you can begin to set yourself up for success.

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Your Daily Primal Actions- At Work

Work is a main focus for most of us. Although, we can thrive from the motivation of completing tasks, the sense of belonging being part of a group, and revel in the success a career can bring, what health costs are we willing to pay for it? What if we could mitigate those health costs by living a primal lifestyle?

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Your Daily Actions- Getting to Work

This series about Daily Primal Action began with the Morning routine. Originally the day was divided up into waking up, work, after work, and home time. However, getting to work and a sleep routine will be quite larger topics, that these will now be included as their own blogs.

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Your Daily Primal Actions- Morning Routine

Primal Action is a three tiered approach to health and wellness. The three pillars are: fuel- what you consume, fitness- your movement and mobility, and focus- mental clarity and habits

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Rest in the forms of relaxation, recuperation and sleep.

Rest comes in three basic forms: relaxation, recuperation and sleep. Maximize your output on a day to day basis by ensuring you take the time to care for yourself.

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Forms of Primal Fitness

Primal fitness does not have to be overwhelming. But it should be targeted in the sense that you are aware of what you are doing, how often you should be doing it, at what level of intensity, and what your own personal needs are. The basic premise behind primal fitness is: mobility, strength and high intensity.

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Food Lies on a Spectrum

Food lies on a spectrum. On one end is nutritional, enjoyable, healthy food. At the other end is food like products. In between lies food items like: has nutritional value but can cause inflammation, sweet and tasty but can spike insulin levels, healthy food sprayed with pesticides, and animals raised in poor conditions and improperly fed. Let’s examine this spectrum and see how we can make our best choices.

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How to Dine Out Primally

Dining out can be a challenge for people who want to eat primally. Chefs are trained in the culinary arts that encompass wide range of dishes catering to a broad spectrum of people’s tastes.

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Enjoy Learning to Cook

Cooking can be an enjoyable experience. Whether following a recipe, improvising or just doing it tapas style, having a basic understanding of foods can provide you with a foundation to help assist creating your own meal plan and nutritional needs. Here are some tips and tricks I recommend.

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The Primal Life Grocery List

Previous blogs have been about what is means to live a primal life. That life is defined by your fuel intake, fitness regime, and focused intent. We have also examined fuel, which is based off of food, water, the air we breathe, sunlight, rest and supplements.

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How Carbohydrate Reduction Helped Heal My Gut

I have previously discussed the Standard American Diet (SAD), which is becoming the normalized world diet. It is based off of the four food groups- grains, dairy, meats and alternatives, and fruit and vegetables. There are varying degrees for this diet based on this pedagogy. However, this is not the only diet available to you.

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How to Eliminate the SAD Diet

The next few blogs will focus around food, shopping, recipes, and dining. First we begin with talking about how to eliminate Standard American Diet Foods1, other wise know as the SAD diet.

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Diet and Exercise for Primal Living

Diet and exercise are determinants of how the body functions. Both internally bio-chemically and externally in the physical world. Let us examine the effects of diet on the system and what may be best to produce optimal outcome for health, well-being and longevity.

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Primal Fuel for the Body

If you have not had the chance to review my previous blogs, it may be beneficial to do so, even at a glance. It will give you an opportunity to…

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Genes and Primal Living

The Primal Blueprint Health Coaching course is full of information on health and nutrition, business development and support.  I’ve run though this is a prior blog and for my next…

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The Primal Health Coach Program

You can probably see from my previous blogs, and because I state it pretty explicitly, I focus on health and well-being as being the primary direction for my life.  After…

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What’s on a Primal grocery list?

What should be on your grocery list1? That’d depends on a few factors. What life do you want to lead? How do you want to feel, both intrinsically in your…

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Transitioning to Living Primally

How do we change from a sedentary, standard American diet (SAD) to a life of being primal?  It’s a step by step process with that requires conviction.  It doesn’t have…

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Fuel, Fitness and Focus

Life certainly isn’t easy.  But neither is it hard. Life is challenging.  And the real question is, are you up for the challenge? Life seems to be constantly testing you.…

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Juxtaposing the Primal with the Practical

There is a conundrum between primal living and how our world works. How do we resolve this? Isn’t it contradictory for me to be preaching the benefits of a primal way of life, while using tech and social media to promote its potential? And the answer is yes and no. It is not always a clear answer. It depends on the perspective, but in the end it’s about moderation, control and intent.

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Welcome to Primal Action

Welcome to Primal Action Health Coaching. I am uber excited to be introducing you to the wellness programming that I have been working on for many years. It’s all come to fruition in the past couple months by signing up for the Primal Blueprint Health Coaching certification, which I am nearing to completion.

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