Grounding practices are so supportive for our nervous system and our whole wellbeing, but as with everything, I love to talk about ways of doing things, that are practical, manageable and realistic for us all - despite our living locations, circumstances, and situations. We so often talk and hear about grounding as 'walking barefoot on the beach' and that's not the only way, and it's not possible for all of us to do this, and we don't need to. Even if you can't go outside through quarantine, self isolation, or perhaps you are unwell or live with an illness which means you can't get outside, or you live somewhere and it's very cold. Whatever our circumstances, we can all still benefit from grounding practices - and these are just a few ways we can do so, indoors. Starting with a curious mind, and being inventive and open to what's available to us, wherever we might be.
Every single experience calls for a holistic approach. I believe this is absolutely necessary, in my mind and heart, for anything and everything, as we are all unique and holistic individuals.
None of us are the same. We are as unique as our finger prints. There is no part of us that is the same as another. We may share similarities, as we do as human beings, but we are all so very different.
Katie Jane is a Holistic Therapist, Life Coach, Health Coach, Nutritionist, Naturopath, Meditation teacher, writer and author. Katie has been working in the wellness industry for over 15 years, in private practice and online, and brings all of these qualifications and skills, along with her own lived experiences through challenges, changes and transitions. Her approach to life and wellbeing is truly holistic and unique for each individual. She supports and coaches clients to make powerful changes, to feel calm through uncertainty and change, to embrace self care as a way of being, and to thrive through life transitions.