Self-Care, Boring Self-Care, and Just Showing Up

Sometimes something as simple as a forward fold is an act of self care.

What Is Self-Care Anyway?

I spend a lot of time talking about “self-care,” particularly when I am advising my clients, colleagues, and loved ones to practice it. I tell people to take care of themselves or give specific instruction, to “eat,” “sleep,” or “get outside.” The more I preach the gospel of “self-care,” the more I feel inclined to explore the term itself…

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Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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Laura Khoudari

Laura Khoudari

Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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