• Incorporating new tools into your life is not easy

    these resources can support you as you explore what works for you

     

    Here are some of my favorites, I hope they serve you well too.

     

    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

  • Have questions?

    I'd love to hear from you

  • 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

  • Farm Health Data

    Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety & Health Center

    http://umash.umn.edu/

     

    Rural Health Information Hub

    https://www.ruralhealthinfo.org/

     

    Article on Farmer Health

    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 file, it is just a PDF)