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How to be Human Series: Integration

As originally published on Hedge School with audio. Hello Hedge School! Lara Foster here again with the continuation of our How to be Human Series. Last time we discussed why I’m here at Hedge School, what I intend to offer, and the inquiries we’ll be exploring together. For that intro head on over to Part …

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Another Year Later: A Flow Genome Project Training Review

Listen to the Author read this blog here. “It’s time to seed a R E V O L U T I O N” ~ These were the words at the top of the last batch email I received from Jamie Wheal & the Flow Genome Project Team discussing the launch of his upcoming book Recapture …

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One Year Later…

I sat in the hallway of a space I’d been before. Shoes littered the ground, barefoot friends and comrades milling about. I sat and took a deep breath this time. Feeling and sensing into the space, the people, the interactions, mine and others. Slowing way d o w n . . . I sat and …

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The Active Recovery Series: Part IV

Releasing Expectations. Continued from… The Active Recovery Series: Part I  The Active Recovery Series: Part II Active Recovery & Our Current Times: Special Edition The Active Recovery Series: Part III Wrapping up our Active Recovery Series here. We’re going to end with Releasing Expectations. Which is a great practice considering the pace and quickness that …

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Creating Morning Routines: Training Ourselves

Introducing Power Hour’s & Mini-Power Hour’s! An elegant way to start our days with Rhythm. Ritual. Reslience. We introduce or re-introduce ourselves to a centering way of moving. An outline of how we might intend to rise with the morning and move with the day. For the past year my Power Hour has looked like …

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The Active Recovery Series: Part III

Active Recovery and me! Continued from: The Active Recovery Series: Part I  The Active Recovery Series: Part II Active Recovery & Our Current Times: Special Edition I first learned about Active Recovery last year from two converging sources. Working with a coach at the time (Shoutout Misbah Haque!) who’d been helping me rehab my back …

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Active Recovery & Our Current Times: Special Edition

Continued from: The Active Recovery Series: Part I  The Active Recovery Series: Part II I wanted to touch bases with all of you to bring the best resources of aid for anyone who is feeling overwhelmed, anxious or highly emotional/unsettled about what’s happening in the state of the world right now. Things are changing. This …

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The Active Recovery Series: Part II

How do we apply Active Recovery into our Lives? Continued from Part I Applying Active Recovery into our lives can become a lockstep dance. It’s a funny thing when we start with a Western Mindset, anything new that seems to help us, we want to apply gung ho! “Give me all the Active Recovery!” Which …

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The Active Recovery Series: Part I

By Lara Foster Optimized Rest and Recovery is a term I first came across taking the Flow Fundamentals course from the Flow Genome Project with Jamie Wheal and crew. In order to recover deeply, we need to understand the difference between Active Recovery and Passive Recovery. “Passive Recovery is literally what most of us do, …

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“No Effort” November

Hey Friends! Just wrapping up a “NO EFFORT” November stack over here.  Started with a 36 hour bone broth fast (prompted with some FGP friends who took on 4-5 day water fasts) then rolled into a Whole30. Basically 30 days of meats, veggies, fruits, nuts, seeds… No sugar, toxic oils, grains, etc. I try to …

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