APRÈS

Après Sessions embrace embodied and progressive practices. Holistic Health. Train Your Brain. Find Your Freedom.

 

What’s next?  SESSION IT

 

Our holistic approach to optimal health and performance empowers you to discover your true potential.

 

Everything we do is about finding your freedom.

 

Why “Après”? Because “after” coaching, you will find your line.   

 

Inspired by riding mountains and surfing oceans, Après Coaching Sessions are a nod to the discipline and diligence necessary to master these epic environments, the freedom found in doing so, and the reward of post-excursion celebrations known as après-ski. Après Sessions, on and off the mountain, are holistic meaning an integrated whole experience.

 

Holistic health coaching considers the whole human system to spearhead what we find in the state of “flow” resulting in optimal performance and wellness in all realms of life.

 

Joni Madere - Teach. Coach. Consult.

 

HOLISTIC HEALTH, HOLISTIC HEALTH COACHING, HUMAN DESIGN, LIFESTYLE DESIGN, LIFESTYLE, FOOD, WHOLE FOODS, NUTRITION, EAT, SLEEP, DRINK WATER, MOVE, EXERCISE, FITNESS, YOGA, MEDITATION, COACH, COACHES, COACHING, HEALTH, WELLNESS, HEALING, LIFE, MINDSET, GOALS, CAREER, BUSINESS, EXECUTIVE, STARTUP, STARTUPS, CREATIVES, ARTISTS, ENTREPRENEURS, NEUROBIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, TECHNOLOGY, PHARMACOLOGY, FIND YOUR FREEDOM, FREEDOM, MIND BODY SPIRIT, MINDBODY, TRAVEL, TRAVEL WELL, TAKE LIFE BACK, TAKE ACTION, MAKE IT HAPPEN, FIND YOUR LINE

ICE ICE BABY

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It's that time of year again!

Love the last few years of speak on ice baths and cold water therapies reducing inflammation, bettering the immune system, balancing hormone levels, and of course kicking those feel-good endorphins into overdrive.

But keep it simple! At the end of your shower, turn the water to cold for as long as you can stand it, even if only on your feet. The latest research is telling us that splashing our faces with cold water can actually be enough. And for me, living in a colder climate, the feet and face seem to do the trick.

As trail runners, we have been dipping our legs into icy creeks post-run for 20+ years. Not because we knew a whole lot on the science behind it back then, but because it just felt right and it felt good. Trusting our guts, the science caught up and proved it to be a positive move.

Barely bearable, but hurt so good.