• New things are hard.

    I hope these resources can support you as you explore what works for you.

    Be persistent - if something doesn't resonate with you, try something else.

    You can always reach out to me personally via the form below with questions

  • Online Resources

    Breath Awareness

    My absolute favorite advice on meditating!

    Simple, straightforward, easy to do - and fun to listen to!

    Yoga with Adrienne

    This video is for "Manual Labor" - she has MANY different videos on her channel, there is something for everyone and very beginner-friendly

    Guided Stretching

    This video guides you through stretches that address muscles that are frequently used

    Lower Back Stretches

    The lower back is a common problem area. There are many approaches to addressing pain and stiffness, this video is general enough to apply to many situations

    Ergonomics Presentation

    Made by fellow Minnesotan Steve Finnie of Little Thistle Brewing in Rochester, excellent diagrams and advice that applies to work beyond the brewery

  • Farm Health Data

    Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety & Health Center

    http://umash.umn.edu/

     

    Rural Health Information Hub

    https://www.ruralhealthinfo.org/

     

    ACRES, USA article on wellness

    http://www.ecofarmingdaily.com/farmer-health-preventing-pain/

     

    Mindfulness Practice

    Elisha Goldstein’s 5-Minute Body Scan

    https://elishagoldstein.com/videos/5-minute-body-scan/

     

    Practice tuning in with your body with this short exercise

     

    Palouse Mindfulness Online Training

    https://palousemindfulness.com/

     

    This is a free online training library for developing a mindfulness practice

     

    Pain Assessment

    https://www.verywellhealth.com/pain-assessment-1131968

     

    This is a great tool for monitoring and assessing pain - it is geared toward caring for a loved one, but can certainly be applied to monitoring our own

     

    Body Mechanics

    https://soundideas.pugetsound.edu/ptsymposium/22/

     

    Visual guide to mechanics of movement with advice on good strategies

    (make sure to click DOWNLOAD in the upper left corner to access the PDF)

     

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