Adventuring Into The Unknown

Whenever we start a new adventure we enter into the unknown.  And even though there are feelings of excitement that come along with new adventures there are also feelings of overwhelm because of the many things we feel we do not know in new situations.     This feeling of overwhelm is something I hear commonly in my practice.  Whether … Read More

4 Things That Can Really Help

All too often, I hear from moms that they are overwhelmed. I’m always surprised when people ask me – “How do you do it? Three kids, a husband who works like crazy, and running a busy practice.” I never really stopped to think about it, but I think I’ve finally figured out a few ways to overcome feeling overwhelmed.   … Read More


prayatna = effort; shaithilya = letting go or ease   There is a yoga expression that seems very relevant when we consider how to overcome the overwhelm that so many of us feel trying to find balance in our lives.  That expression is prayatna shaithilya which translates as effort and ease.   In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras this expression refers to … Read More

Podcast 120: 9 Ways Dads Can Best Support Moms During Pregnancy | Dr. Jay Warren

Today’s guest on the podcast is…me! (Dr. Jay Warren, prenatal and pediatric chiropractor, member of APPPAH (and PPNE candidate) and the ICPA as well as podcast host of The Dadhood Journey.) In this episode, Dr. Jay will: Go over 9 ways that Dads-to-be can support their partner during pregnancy so that they feel loved, supported and nurtured (yes, rubbing their … Read More

New Podcast

As you know, I have been hosting the podcast “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” for the last 2 1/2 years supporting mainly pregnant women, new moms and their babies – 100+ episodes, 80+ guest experts and over 450,000 downloads to date.   But I have seen a LARGE GAP in the support that new DADS need when entering family life (or … Read More

For All The Dads

This one goes out to all the dads. You guys have a tough gig and we ladies sometimes don’t give you enough credit. Today, you are expected to be everything. Hard and strong, soft and empathetic. We expect you to work all day and then come home and help with the kids and the house because either we have been … Read More

Shiva – The Divine Masculine

We think of masculine and feminine as polar opposites, but the truth is they are two complimentary parts of the same whole. These two forces of nature are portrayed in Chinese philosophy as yin ad yang and in Hindu mythology as Shiva and Shakti, archetypes representing the divine masculine and feminine that are part of everything in life, including all … Read More