Let's learn how to do the NAP Meditation Welcome to Part II of the Protect Your Happy Place series! No worries if you missed Part I, here it is: Protect Your Happy Place: Where Stress is Positive & Your Core is Strong. Now that you are all caught up with how to Protect Your Happy Place, let's get down to business. The NAP Meditation optimizes your ability to do everything from … [Read more...] about The NAP Meditation (How To Protect Your Happy Place, Part II)
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10th Anniversary Post©2008. Ginger Garner. It has been 10 years since I originally wrote this post, and it is as meaningful and lesson-bearing for me as the day I wrote it. So I have refreshed and reposted it in honor of a decade of meaningful, loving Christmas and Holiday celebrations. Family conflict during the Holiday Season. Even mentioning it gets a rise out of most people when I talk … [Read more...] about 10th Anniversary of Christmas Crunch: 5 Building Better Relationships Guidelines for Your Holiday
Protect Your Happy Place: Where Stress is Positive & Your Core is Strong In this post I am introducing a concept called The Pressure System. The Pressure System is a A “3D Approach” to Protecting Your Happy Place, which means a place where you are resilient, have a strong core and low back, and you can slay stress like a champion. The science of stress is clear. Stress is a bear. But while … [Read more...] about Protect Your Happy Place: Where Stress is Positive & Your Core is Strong
What I’m Thankful For My plate is full and so is my heart. Lots of things are happening simultaneously for me right now, which has inspired this post. I’ve just come off of a 9 month campaign trail having run, albeit unsuccessfully, for State legislative office, my first run for political office. I’m at a critical mass point at my day job, with the universally stressful Holidays fast … [Read more...] about What I’m Thankful For
Inspiring Women and Girls to Claim Their Power On November 8th I was invited to speak at the North Carolina Executive Mansion as part of a panel for the NC Chapter of the UN Women. What an amazing experience it was, and an honor and privilege to be able to sit on a panel with so many qualified women. In fact, every woman in attendance that was incredibly accomplished, from the school-aged girls … [Read more...] about Inspiring Women and Girls to Claim Their Power
Ayurvedic Marma Point Self-Massage Ayurveda, the Indian system of Yogic medicine, has long supported that marma points are vital areas of energy in the body where two major systems meet – blood vessels and bone, nerves and ligaments, tendons and their blood supply, for example. The word “marma” means "vital". Marma massage (similar to acupressure) is an ancient practice, as is Marma … [Read more...] about Ayurvedic Marma Point Self-Massage
I wrote this post about 10 days after Hurricane Florence hit eastern North Carolina. I live on Emerald Isle, which bore the brunt of Florence’s northeast quadrant along with New Bern, as she made landfall over Wilmington, NC. It was the worst storm I’ve seen in my 20 years here, the worst flooding event of 308 years in New Bern, and the worst Hurricane since Hurricane Hazel in 1954. My prayers go … [Read more...] about Finding Hope after a Natural Disaster (Hurricane Florence Hope Meditation)
If you haven’t been following the entire series, get it here: Post 1 – https://gingergarner.com/resurfacing-hip-labral-surgery-post-1/ Post 2 – https://gingergarner.com/hip-labrum-postsurgical-musings-post-2-2/ Post 3 – https://gingergarner.com/post-surgical-musings-days-4-5-post-3/ Post 4 – https://gingergarner.com/hip-labrum-postoperative-rehab-day-6-post-4/ Post 5 – … [Read more...] about Day 48 (Week 6+): First Time 1 Crutch Walk, Why I Chose Hip Arthroscopy, & What Does A Made Bed Have To Do With Progress? (Post 13)
September 12, 2018 - A short meditation as an offering for all of us about to be impacted by Hurricane Florence. Hurricane Meditation from Ginger Garner on Vimeo. … [Read more...] about A Meditation: My offering to all of us about to be impacted by Hurricane Florence
Yoga for New Moms: Breastfeeding & Caregiving Did you know that in a study of 500 first time moms followed for 3 months after birth, 92% of them reported issues and concerns with breastfeeding? The study concluded that all mothers need support after hospital discharge, and yet, most do not receive it in the US. That isn’t all. Common postpartum concerns include issues with back pain, … [Read more...] about Yoga for New Moms: Breastfeeding & Caregiving