Browse Category: Stress Management

Are You Ready for Less Stress?

Everyone on this planet experiences stress. We can’t escape it. However, we can learn to manage our response to it. And I am here to tell you that we need to, because if left unresolved, CHRONIC STRESS can lead to:

Panic Attacks
PhobiasSONY DSC Depression
Chronic Pain
Fibromyalgia
Obesity
Ulcers
Digestive Disorders
High Blood Pressure
Heart Disease
Cancer
Addictive and or Self Destructive Behaviors
Feelings of Low Self Worth
… and many other issues damaging to the Mind-Body-Spirit Balance.

Are you ready to take control of your life and stress less now? Are you ready to learn the tools to help you thrive? Have you tried other things and you still aren’t where you want to be in your life? Let me know how I can help.

Contact Kimberly Rinaldi.

My Secret to Feeling Great

Blonde woman receiving Well Being Spa treatmentI started getting massages every other week about 20 years ago. For a large portion of that time I had a wonderful massage therapist who came to the house for 90-minute sessions, and when she moved I was prepared to go with her.

I have also frequented spas in hotels, Burke Williams, Glenn Ivy and Massage Envy to name a few other places I have been fluffed and folded. I maintain my need for this service as it relieves stress and helps heal injuries (I have also had more than my share of sports and other injuries).

Massage is generally considered part of complementary and alternative medicine. It’s increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations.

Studies have found massage helpful for:

  • Stress relief
  • Managing anxiety and depression
  • Pain
  • Stiffness
  • Blood pressure control
  • Infant growth
  • Sports-related injuries
  • Boosting immunity
  • Cancer treatment
So if you can find the time and you want to feel better, treat yourself to a massage.

Prayer and Meditation

Hands in Prayer PositionPrayer is talking to God, meditation is listening for His response.

Prayer and meditation are the oldest and most practiced therapies our world knows.

Practiced daily they can lower blood pressure, facilitate healing, and change our thoughts and behaviors to ones that are more healthful and happy.

I have a pretty hectic schedule and tend to only sleep 4-5 hours nightly. How do I manage to get everything I need to accomplish done? I meditate. Some days I meditate up to 5 times for a total of 2.5 hours. I recently heard Deepak Chopra explain why he meditates up to 4 hours daily. He said, “My body is busy, but my mind is at peace.”

Feel free to download my Deeper Meditation mp3 by clicking on the link and saving it to your computer.

Ultimately, there is no wrong way to meditate — it is simply the act of bringing your attention back to whatever your intention was. So give it a try. See how much better you feel.