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- Mindfulness Is Changing Our Lives
- Join Trista, Sarah & Me for a Workshop on Pelvic Floor Health: 6:30-830pm on June 12th (for those new to the hypopressive method) & June 19th (for those already doing hypopressives).
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“We listen at 400 words per minute, read at 300 words per minute, speak at 130 words per minute, but think at 1000 words per minute. When we write by hand, our thoughts slow to 300 words per minute. Why … Continue reading
Join us at the Proactive Pelvic Health Centre for a 3hr workshop for women with pelvic pain. This workshop will include: Education on the neurophysiology of pain Implications of mindfulness for pain management, and Guided instructions for mindful practice Date: … Continue reading
JOIN US FOR A 1HR WORKSHOP ON HYPOPRESSIVES & MINDFULNESS! Location: 373A Eglinton, just west of Avenue rd. Time : 6:30pm-7:30pm Date: Weds Feb 18th Cost: $40.00 TRISTA ZINN, founder of Coreset Fitness, is a personal trainer specializing in pelvic … Continue reading
Mindfulness really is changing our lives…and it has already changed mine. After sustaining a spinal cord injury from a motorcycle accident, I say from an embodied heart that mindfulness has helped me to connect deeply with the innate strength, wisdom, … Continue reading
Join Trista, Sarah & Me for a Workshop on Pelvic Floor Health: 6:30-830pm on June 12th (for those new to the hypopressive method) & June 19th (for those already doing hypopressives).
TRISTA ZINN, founder of Coreset Fitness, is a personal trainer specializing in pelvic floor health & core control. She is also Canada’s first expert level trainer in the Hypopresive Method. Having offered numerous Hypopresive workshops & private sessions, Trista is … Continue reading
I just got home from my parents. Called TJ for the first time since Poopy started showing signs of struggling…& when he asked how I was…that was when I felt it. Tears. I didn’t realize until I returned to my … Continue reading