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Go With Your Flow Our pelvis holds so much of our life. It is the seat of pleasure and pain, sexuality, pregnancy, orgasms, miscarriages, hysterectomies, and our moon cycles. The way we live during the month shows up in how we feel, the quality and quantity of our blood flow and how symptomatic or symptom free we are. When training as an Ayurveda Wellness Coach, I learned how much our monthly cycle reflects our met and unmet needs. When we live with stress, anxiety, high intensity and/or repression, we tend to have painful and emotional menstruation. Changing our relationship to our monthly menses by embracing it and using language that is honoring of it, can help change the patriarchal notion that women’s bodies...

[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern"][vc_column width="1/6"][/vc_column][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text] Healthy, Wealthy, Sexy & Wise By Heather Tydings for Sass Magazine Fall 2022 Most of us strive to move through our days feeling healthy and wildly abundant. Some of us even want to go beyond strong and prosperous, adding smart, bold, creative, spicy, gentle and/or captivating to those “feels.” It can be arduous to work, pay bills, raise children/pets, be present, engage blissfully in hobbies or launch our dream business when we don’t feel vital and alive in the skin we are in.  Our health is one of our most treasured and valuable resources. “When health is absent, wealth becomes useless,” the ancient Greek physician Herophilus once said. However, good health encompasses more than...

Aging Gratefully: Nourishing the Fountain of You{th} by Heather Tydings for Sass Magazine Summer 2022 Issue “Aging is no accident. It is necessary to the human condition, intended by the soul. We become more characteristic of who we are simply by lasting into later years; the older we become, the more our true natures emerge. Thus the final years have a very important purpose: the fulfillment and confirmation of one’s character.” ~ James Hillman At the beginning of the pandemic, I was just turning 47. Now, I’m marching into my 50th year of life and I see changes. Was it the mask? The weight of stress during the pandemic? The deeply felt vicarious grief of a nation that lost a million people and...