How To Learn From The Pain In Your BodyAug 04, 2020
Beautiful, how often do you ignore the pain that you feel in your body? Are you internalize it or looking for a quick fix?
For me, I've healed my body plenty of times to know that pain is not something you have to live with...and you're going to hear exactly why that is in this episode.
Remember, everything in the body is connected, so pain is your body's way of saying, "HELLLLOOO I need your attention and something needs to change."
Pain can get in the way but only if you let it. Holding onto pain is a choice so you can either live with it or embrace that it sucks and use that to move you forward.
>>I mean it, ladies: embracing the suck can help you get to when you want to go!<<
I know you’re going to love this conversation because it's one that I have with many of my Core Rehab ladies in our group coaching calls. It's the loving kick in the pants that you need to use your pain as an opportunity to learn more about yourself, your body and your health.
In this conversation, I discuss:
- How to let yourself feel the suckiness
- Tips for learning how to listen to your body
- The reality of slowing down to connect with your body better
Beautiful, if you're ready to embrace the crap, get inspired and take action, click play >>HERE!<<
If you have any doubt in your mind that you cannot heal yourself, you need to tell that to go away because you can absolutely heal your body.
If you loved hearing this conversation, I'd be so grateful if you could leave the Core Connections podcast a review >>HERE<< on iTunes.
This is a PDF designed to help you learn how to properly engage with your pelvic floor and deep core by implementing my unique training techniques. It’s all yours if you just click >>HERE!<<
The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).