4 Key Steps To Enjoy Moving Intuitively
Most of us don’t realize the immense pressure we put on ourselves to achieve when we exercise. From focusing on specific metrics (like length of time, “calories burned”, distance run, etc)
3 Benefits Of Developing A Practice Vs. Destination Mentality
If you’re doing your own mental health work, you’ve likely experienced an unpleasantly familiar moment where you pause and think to yourself…
5 Tips To Self-Care When You’re Saturated In Diet Culture
While the idea of self-care is becoming more popularized (I’m sure we all know by now it isn’t all face masks and bubble baths), it’s downright hard sometimes…
Venting Vs. Vulnerability – Communicate More Effectively
Picture this: You’ve just had a long day, so, naturally, you call your best friend / sibling / parent / partner after work to get the irritants of the past 12 hours off your chest.
How Autonomy Movement Became Autonomy Therapy
If you’re wondering why Autonomy Movement now has a new name, new website, and (adorable, we know) new brand colors, you’re not alone.
How To Change The Way You Think About Exercise
Let me set a (likely familiar) scene for you: You’re feeling a bit stressed out, you share that with someone, and that person responds, “Just calm down.”
How To Release Anxiety From Your Body (Without Leaving Your Bed!)
It probably goes without saying – yet, I’ll say it anyway – that our brains and bodies are exposed to multiple stress-inducing experiences each day.
Workout From Home With These Affordable Prop Swaps
With COVID-19, most of us haven’t been able to exercise (or teach, if you’re an instructor) at our usual gyms or studios. This means that – if you’re trying to save…
4 Tips To Love The Same You In The New Year
The New Year is just around the corner, which means an end to 2020 (thankfully) and the start to 2021 (hurray!). While excitement and the promise…
Set Point Theory: Why Diets Don’t Work
Can’t seem to hit your weight loss goals? You’re not alone. At any given time, research estimates that a third of the general population is dieting; typically, in pursuit of “better health.”
How To Tell If Your Workout Routine Is Working (Without The Scale)
Hitting the gym (or pavement) consistently, but not seeing physical changes in your body? Keep reading to learn what you need to really pay attention to in order to start recognizing authentic exercise “results”