Cultivating Thyme Wellness is dedicated to leading our clients through thier journey of self-discovery and helping them identify what areas need attention. From there, we can build from the inside out and implement sustainable ways to achieve our clients indovidualhealth goals.
So many of us live in a constant state of searching for health. We feel overwhelmingly tired and achy. We have brain fog and blotchy skin. We have weight issues. We spend money on supplements and shakes and gyms. All to little or no benefit. What do we do?
When our confidence is high, we are empowered to push our limits and take risks we may not have otherwise considered. You owe it to yourself to build your confidence so that you can reach new heights and push yourself to embark on new challenges. You are worthy of this, and it is just another step on your journey to being your most optimal best self.
We all have a pretty good idea of what it means to be healthy. Eat clean foods, get enough sleep, have an exercise routine, and drink enough water. Those are the basics, right? So then why don't we do them on a daily basis? Why can’t we be consistent with an exercise routine or our diet?
If you’re constantly getting sick, have low energy, or are having trouble losing weight, you may want to think about taking steps towards cleansing your lymphatic system.
Healing and curing are often used interchangeably, but their definitions are quite different. Healing is a natural process and within the power of everyone. Curing, which is what conventional medicine doctors are called upon to do, usually consists of an external treatment and medications that mask or eliminate symptoms.
We’ve all heard about Vitamin D, right? There is a good chance that your doctor has recommended you take vitamin D supplements as almost half of Americans have a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is essential to overall health and has anti-inflammatory properties.
Through this book club we intend to bring women together to educate, motivate, and empower one another.
April 2020: In Defense Of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Micheal Pollen
Stay tuned for the August book annoucement!
Co-founders of Cultivating Thyme Wellness, Lani Geistwalker, and Leah Foti, and the woman behind the Wicked Yogi, Diane Harrigan, came together with the common desire to create support for women in our community who are looking to start or grow their own business. Our mission is to inspire and empower women in business by fostering a community of like-minded individuals that through sharing knowledge, resources, skills, and support, will work together in planning and achieving their own entrepreneurial goals.