They say it takes a village and that's what we're going to do; A mini village of health, growth, wellness, art, and inspiration. We're excited to announce a new space to share with our community! We're currently in the process of remodeling a multi-use space in which we will be offering yoga, art classes, health classes and so much more.
Being born is tough work, there are a lot of pressures and forces being exerted onto your baby during their journey into the world. A current study demonstrated that 90% of newborns suffered misalignments and associated strain through the neck and cranial areas following birth. Left uncorrected, these misalignments continue to impact the baby's spinal growth and development, reducing the healthy function of their nervous system.
We, as humans, spend most of our time concerned with the routine of daily living. We worry, plan, work, drive, eat, sit, talk. Most of the time we do all of this without any depth of thought. We have done them for so long that they have become a part of our habitual memory. Unfortunately our health can also become habitual, that is until an injury or illness occurs.
In this fast paced world it seems you can't go a day without some sort of stress. Work, meetings, bills, family; The list just seems to grow. We know all too well the emotional stress of everyday life. But stress is not always emotional. Stress can come in many forms. Most of us think of the emotional stress we incure but pay little thought to the chemical or physical stress we submit ourselves to daily.
The food we eat, the chair we sit in, the products we use; Each of these have the capability to cause our bodies chronic stress. It is all to often we overlook the things we use every day because they have become habit or the norm. It's time to take a look at our day with a fresh set of eyes.
"Everything we experience is processed through our nervous system. If our nervous system is not functioning to its optimal level, our perception of the world is distorted and our ability to respond appropriately is compromised. This not only affects our physical health, but also our emotional and psychological function as well." - Dr. Christopher Kent