At Vessel Pilates, our mission is to cultivate a welcoming, non-judgmental and supportive space for women, helping them heal through the power of movement, nourishing food and self-care.
Joseph Clear states that habits need to be enjoyable in order for them to stick. So either the process or the end result needs to be something we find joy in. I have personally found this to be true when really wanting consistency. The more we enjoy the process or reward, the more we are likely to be consistent with the healthy habit!
Valentine’s Day — the day of love. Everywhere you look, you see hearts and couples and romance. It is absolutely wonderful, but why is it limited to just romantic love? Lately, Galentine’s Day has made headlines so that women can celebrate their love for their girlfriends and it’s great to turn the focus from just couples to the other people in your life! What about taking a day to celebrate self-love? It’s so important to celebrate those around you but equally important to celebrate how much you love yourself.
Thanksgiving is a week and many of us will be giving thanks for our family, friends, food, freedom, and so much more. In fact, this month Vessel is encouraging people to show gratitude for their body and the way it serves them every day. Gratitude is something that should be a part of your every day life, and by making a point to do it, you can actually change your entire mindset and life approach.
The fall season is wonderful. Kids are going back to school, sports are starting back up, holidays are just around the corner. It’s energizing! And, it’s stressful. When you feel pulled in a million directions, the last thing you want to do is come up with ways to take care of your mental health. Luckily, staying on top of stress doesn’t have to be huge time-commitment. We’ve gathered some easy, yet effective, ways to relieve a little of that stress.
Where you spend your time plays a huge part in your mental health. When you’re at work, you can make small changes to aid in productivity and focus. When you’re at home, it should be a place for decompressing and letting go of the days’ stressors. It’s important to enjoy your home space and little changes can make a huge difference.