Happy National Simplicity Day!

Happy National Simplicity Day!

Today is a good opportunity to pause and take inventory of how we are living our lives each day and what we are filling our time with.

Reflecting on our values can guide us in determining what we want to keep in our lives and what is no longer serving us.

In the world today, there are so many options, distractions, and opportunities that can pull our attention and time in multiple directions. Especially in a tech saturated world, we have to be diligent and intentional about setting healthy boundaries so we can spend time and focus on what’s most important to us. 

One way of slowing down, getting present, and quieting our monkey mind is through
practicing Yoga.


When our goal is to cultivate more mental ease and to free our minds from unhelpful clutter,
aligning our body movements with our breath can be a powerful tool.

And when we support ourselves in getting more quiet and present, we create an opening that allows us to reflect on and more mindfully choose how we want to live our lives and spend our time.

Of course, yoga isn’t the only way of achieving this…

If you’re struggling to bring more simplicity into your life, I’d be honored to support you in exploring possibilities for achieving this. We will create a wellness vision, realistic and sustainable long- and short-term goals and I will be your compassionate accountability partner, helping you navigate barriers to success. 

I invite you to schedule a COMPLIMENTARY DISCOVERY CALL with me here.

About the Author:

Abby Thrasher is originally from sunny San Diego, CA and recently relocated to Cincinnati, OH after living in the Bay Area (CA) for almost 30 years. She is a National Board-Certified Health & Wellness Coach with a background in Occupational Therapy, Dance, Yoga and Massage Therapy. She received her BA in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz in 1999 and her MS in Occupational Therapy at San Jose State University in 2009. Her experience as an Occupational Therapist (OT) was primarily in acute and outpatient mental health settings, with a few years of physical rehab work, which both strongly complement her training as a Health Coach.

In between her degrees, she explored other professions including Elementary School Teaching and Massage Therapy and made time for two of her passions – Dance and Travel – dancing with 3 Bay Area companies and exploring other cultures and ways of living. She is working towards the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Certification and is very passionate about a root cause approach to holistic health.

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