Victoria Lise practicing SUP yoga on Emerald Lake, Colorado.

Awakening Potential Through Ortho-Bionomy

Ortho-Bionomy bodywork or energy work releases stored emotions and pain associated with traumas. A beautiful compliment to yoga, meditation, and more. Ortho gives one the opportunity to heal naturally and achieve alignment through self correction and gentle, non-forceful support.

Cup O’ Juice

“Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food” Hippocrates In a recent documentary I watched juicing was heavily spoken of and its many health benefits. I am a whole hearted believer in healing from the inside out while encouraging our bodies natural healing mechanisms to facilitate. Smoothies have been a part of my morning routine for a few years now and with my recent injuries I was intrigued to try juicing myself. So we purchased a juicer and have been juicing in addition to our daily smoothies. So far so good! Now I have not committed…

Practicing My Practice

The last three years I have consciously practiced Yoga everyday. I write ‘consciously’ in reference to the eight limbs and under the idea we all exercise aspects of yoga whether we are aware or not. The asanas or postures have been a part of my daily practice as a means of connecting and grounding myself.  When I began exploring asanas I was surprised by the strength and flexibility of my body. Past injuries played a part in thinking there would be many poses inaccessible to me, but mostly my mind I found created a map with many road blocks. My body…

Backdoor Adventures

Hey All! Thanks for sticking around while I was MIA for nearly two weeks. Time can sure get away from me sometimes. This weekend we went on our first spring hike! Here in the mountains of Colorado we are in what we call mud season- the snow melts from the warmth of the sunny spring skies and freezes at night in 20 degree temps. Its a welcoming time of year, a time of transition. The bright hues of life contrast against the dull browns not yet awakened to this new season. Observing winter make way for the growth of the…

My Evolution of Wellness

My own health journey really started to take shape about 5 years ago. Growing up I was an extremely picky eater – my diet consisted mainly of cheerios and bowls of peas. When middle school and puberty came around my diet was awful, only a short time before my body and spirit started to reflect the fast food, processed sugars, and late night snacks in bed. My confidence dived to an all time low (middle school is not an easy period of life to begin with) and I developed acid reflux, eczema, and discovered I had asthma. Thankfully, I was in the…