Quick to Forget

Recovery from an injury and management of a chronic condition is not a straight climb.
There are peaks, valleys and plateaus.
Some days are good.
Some days suck.
But the fact that you’ve HAD good days, means you can have more of them.
To have more of the good days for longer is a process, and it takes work and consistency.
But you can get there.
It takes a support system and guidance, and compassion and patience for yourself.
It takes being willing to try different things and see what works for you and what doesn’t.
It takes being curious and exploratory.
~ If you’re ready to get curious, and you’re wanting to have more of the good days, I would love to work with you.

This blog entry was written by Heather and is based on what she has seen work and not work for her clientele for over a decade. She is a career student who keeps her massage and yoga therapy training current, and does her best to keep up with the newest research and evidence that is constantly being released.

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