Transformation

Are you entering or in a wellness season that needs a transformation boost? Our Transformation book club offers keys to transformation – body, soul and spirit. The transformation process will incorporate weekly Scriptures readings, holistic tips, simple, accessible aerobic movements, strength endurance techniques, suggested healthcare guidance, and ongoing wisdom and knowledge on how to maintain spirit, soul, and physical healthcare. … Read More

Family Fitness

Try this fun energizing fitness movement with your family. Standing Bicycle/with Front Kick 1. Stand with feet shoulder width apart. 2. Keep a soft bend in your knees (for back support and tight lower back). 3. Clasp your hands behind your head. 4. Twist your torso towards the right. 5. Lift your right knee up towards your right elbow. 6. … Read More

Worth

Our lifestyle choices should represent our self-worth. We must determine our self-worth value before implementing them. Questions to ask ourselves are: What make me happy? What are my personal and professional goals? Do I love myself? Am I surrounded by people who motivate and encourage me? Am I in relationships where people support and believe in my dreams? Am I … Read More

Selfie

We like and enjoy watching others take numerous self-photos. Hopefully, we are taking selfie to build memory bank of our self-perception of our daily interactions, responses, and constructive feedback. Before we take another selfie let us reminisce on the following thoughts: Does these self-photo reflect who I am, spirit, soul, and body? Do I approve of the visual images I … Read More

Energy Break

      Today try to incorporate some fitness into your daily activities. Chair Squat/March around Your Chair 1 Stand in front of your chair. 2. Feet are shoulder-width apart. 3 Contract your abs and keep them tight. 4. Push your rear end out towards the chair. 5. Bend your knees and slowly squat towards the chair. 6. Push through … Read More

Family Time

Family interaction time can be either fun or boring, happy times or sad times, conflict, or peace, respectful or disrespectful. This weekend as we are engaging in family events let us establish the following guidelines: • Agree to disagree. • Build each other up. • Accept our strong and weak points. • Accept others strong and weak points. • Let … Read More

Family Time

Family interaction time can be either fun or boring, happy times or sad times, conflict, or peace, respectful or disrespectful. This weekend as we are engaging in family events let us establish the following guidelines: • Agree to disagree. • Build each other up. • Accept our strong and weak points. • Accept others strong and weak points. • Let … Read More

Boundaries

Are we trying to figure out what to add or subtract from our agenda? Let us stop, take three quick breaths, relax, and ask ourselves, what and whom do we need to interact, or do today that is mandatory. We have to have boundaries set around our time to allow margin for necessity, emergency, breaks and me-time. As we look … Read More

Meditation: Breathe

Tomorrow, throughout your day, schedule brief meditation breaks. Find a quiet place, play your favorite song, and try this. 1. Before leaving the house, just brief in and out. Try this for two minutes. 2. In the car or on the bus, call on Jesus and let the peace of God rule in your heart. 3. Conflict on your job, … Read More

Leg Care

Let’s take a quick 5-minute break to strengthen our legs. Stand behind a sturdy chair. Turn your body left. Place your right hand on the chair. Feet together. Toes pointing forward. Relax your shoulders. Standing in neutral alignment. Slowly lift your left leg up. You can place your foot on your ankle. If you are comfortable, lift up and place … Read More