Autumn Self Care for a Healthier YOU during Winter

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Autumn Self Care for a Healthier YOU during Winter

You’ve probably noticed a hint of fall in the early morning air lately.

It’s been just a little cooler and crisper that time of day, and the air feels and smells so lovely.

What do you like most about this time of year?

This is my favorite part of fall. This transitional time when summer’s almost over but not quite, and fall is just starting to show up.

The flowers are still blooming. The bees are still active. The sun still feels so warm.

The leaves are just starting to show a hint of fall colors, and you know that you still have their beautiful display to look forward to.

It’s a lovely time for quiet walks in nature and gardens.

And you know, just as this is a transitional time in nature, it’s also an important transitional season for our bodies as well.

Fall is a time that our bodies are naturally wired to prepare for the upcoming needs of the winter season.

All the ancient herbal healing traditions like Ayurvedic Medicine have recognized that for thousands of years.

It’s a season for slowing down and tuning in to our needs.

It’s a time when self care and boosting our vitality are really important.

Imagine going into the holiday season and winter this year feeling your best – vibrant and healthy.

What difference would that make for you?

We all have some fairly predictable winter wellness patterns that can show up for us each year.

Perhaps it’s the winter blues, more achiness, sluggish digestion, a tendency towards weight gain, lowered immune function, troubles sleeping, etc.

The season of fall is a good time to strengthen ourselves and work on the underlying root causes behind those issues.

We all have a unique bio-individuality. When we can take the right herbs and nutritional supplements and eat the nourishing foods that are all the best match for our needs, our bodies can really build up those structures and functions that need some TLC before winter.

This fall you could boost your vitality by working with me in a personalized, holistic 90 day wellness program.

This includes:

  • Holistic assessment to identify your your needs and bio-individuality
  • Personalized recommendations for diet, herbs, nutritional supplements, and lifestyle
  • Free custom flower essence formula for emotional well-being
  • Weekly health coaching
  • Additional educational information in the online holistic wellness program
  • Weekly encouraging and informational emails

I work with people long distance and remotely, too. If you’d like to learn more or talk to me about what it’s like to go through the program with me, I offer free 30 minute discovery sessions.

And enjoying some relaxing reflexology sessions throughout the fall can help your body get ready for winter, too.

A growing body of research has shown reflexology to be beneficial for people with nearly every wellness concern they might have – stress, sleep, pain, anxiety, digestion, and so much more.

Together, let’s make your wellness a priority this fall.

You can learn more or schedule an appointment on my website, if you’d like, by clicking here.

About Author


Tracey Kamm is a holistic wellness practitioner and owner of Spirit of the Bear LLC in Cheyenne, WY where she does Reflexology and Personalized Holistic Wellness Programs. She studied herbalism, nutrition, reflexology, and emotional healing in order to help herself get well when she was seriously ill from lupus and other auto-immune diseases. And now she helps others make life-changing improvements in their health, too. Her Personalized Holistic Wellness Program integrates all areas of health - physical, emotional, mental, spiritual. It includes a holistic assessment, personalized recommendations for herbs and supplements, weekly 1-on-1 health coaching, and an online holistic wellness course. She works with people virtually and long distance, too. Tracey is a Certified Nutritional Therapist and is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition® with the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, the first and only nutritionist to earn that credential in Wyoming. She holds a diploma as a Master Herbalist and is Wyoming's first and only Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild. She's a Certified Reflexologist and is a National Board Certified Reflexologist with the American Reflexology Certification Board®. She's also a Certified Emotional Healing Coach. Tracey's also a Practitioner Member of the American Holistic Health Association. Her favorite activity is training in Kenpo Karate which she has a 2nd Degree Brown Belt in. But she also enjoys quiet time gardening and crocheting. You can learn more, sign up for her email newsletter, and get a free instant download of her e-book, "How to Lose Weight without Even Thinking about It" on her website

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