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summer health


Whether you have been active throughout the winter months or not, spring and summer invite us to enjoy being in nature and enjoy being physically active. If you are beginning or simply maintaining a healthy fitness regime, fitness in the summertime offers great variety.

You may notice your internal clock shifting and you are up earlier than you have been in months. Our body’s biorhythms reset themselves to the new season and change of light and the energy it brings. Early morning walks and meditations not only exercise our hearts and minds, they also feed our nervous system. Anytime we are awake before sunrise or in the dawn of the morning sun our nervous system and our brian are able to recalibrate themselves. These are the ambrosial hours of the day. They are the 2 1/2 hours before the sun comes up, before the hum of life around us shifts the vibration from night to day.

This time of morning has been cherished by traditions of all kinds for centuries. Not only are we, as humans, more open and ‘raw’ during this time of day, but the veils that separate the passage from dark to light are at their thinnest and offer us unique perspectives and clarity on issues of life and decision making. Our filters are less intense and more subtle during the ambrosial hours and it is a perfect time for reflection and for communicating love to others.

Enjoy the light of a new day as your body, mind and spirit shift from winter to a time of change and activity. Feel your body evolve into new activities and go with it. As the saying goes, “Often times it serves to know what you don’t like to know what you do like.”

Valentina Boonstra

Massage therapy Palm Bay, massage therapy Melbourne, Senior Care Palm Bay, Senior exercise Palm Bay, Senior exercise Melbourne,


About Brevard Massage

I have been a personal trainer and massage therapist for many years now. My specialty is getting people moving again. I have learned through the years that preventing injuries is as important as relieving pain after an injury. To that end, I have also learned Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Pilates.