If you want to become a heroine like the characters in your favourite stories without jeopardising your health, join us for a day of yoga, tea, and self-development at the Rebel Heroine retreat. Registration closes May 25. I always loved reading as a child. I think I spent more time reading books than talking to people -…Read more
About: Kayla Kurin
Recent Posts by Kayla Kurin
We know that yoga and meditation can help you relieve stress and let you relax more. However, the experts are still trying to figure out exactly how these things work. Just like the brain itself, the health effects that yoga and meditation have on your body are still a bit of a mystery. However, there have been…Read more
This has been a tough post for me to write. It took a couple of weeks for me to get it on paper (or screen), and these are thoughts and feelings I’ve been grappling with for the last couple years. The reflections on here have inspired some of the work that I’m doing to support…Read more
Are you ready to spring clean your healthy habits in 2018? I’ve teamed up with five other chronic illness writers to giveaway away some post-holiday goodies! All the authors are passionate about helping you live your best life with a chronic illness. Since we know having a chronic illness can often impact your ability to…Read more
We’ve heard about the health benefits of yoga with regard to physical fitness, relaxation, and focus. Yoga can have both a meditative quality and it can also serve as a way to stay in shape. It depends on what you’re looking to gain from your practice. In addition to the physical benefits of yoga, it…Read more
The holidays are over; the snow is ever-present, it’s the perfect time to cozy up with a cup of tea and start dreaming of warmer places. I’m enjoying the snow in Canada right now but I know I’m looking forward to heading back to Spain in the spring for some sunshine and beach yoga. However,…Read more
One thing that helped me recover from chronic illness was finding different perspectives on health, medicine, and healing that I wasn’t getting from my doctors. Before getting ill, my knowledge of healthy living consisted of: live your life how you want, and if unexplainable symptoms emerge, you go to the doctor for a pill. So,…Read more
Bansko is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. In the summer there’s plenty of hiking, mountain biking, and trail running. In the winter, the town fills with ski bums hitting the slopes or snow-shoeing trails. But what about when the sun sets and your muscles are aching? Sure, there’s plenty of bars to head to…Read more
The holidays are meant to be a time filled with joy, love, family, and friends. But in reality, the holidays can be a stressful time for those living with a chronic illness. If you have a chronic illness, the holidays might be a time where you feel pressure to perform, to cook or host meals,…Read more
It can be hard to fall asleep due to stress or anxiety, two ailments that seemingly affect everyone at one time or another. But when you factor chronic pain into the mix, falling asleep can become an overwhelming struggle. Nearly 1 in 3 people experiencing chronic pain report problems with their sleeping schedule. Unfortunately, losing…Read more
Recent Comments by Kayla Kurin
- March 16, 2018 on Yoga for Lyme Disease
- December 3, 2017 on Nourishing Sleeping Positions For Pain Management
- November 6, 2017 on Can Yoga and Mindfulness Help Manage Chronic Pain?
- August 29, 2017 on What does a Yogi look like?
- August 11, 2017 on What does a Yogi look like?