Hello Jamie Robertson,
I always think about a dog:
A reason a dog has so many friends, he wags his tail instead of his tongue.
A dog enjoys living in the moment, never dwelling on the past or worrying about the future.
Tell a dog no and it looks away from the temptation.
I say happy instead of proud.
We hold the key to our own chains.
I always try to smile, no matter what, even through tears if need be.
I do not use negative words to correct a form; rather, I tell the client to try it this way and ask how does that feel, now?
We look at the favorable and look away from the unfavorable; at the same time, taking care of both. This is how we learn, right?
What are five specific things you are grateful for today.
The clients and I use all our senses to enjoy every moment together which motivates all of us: the smell of the fresh air, the refreshing feel of a soft breeze, the musical sounds of the birds, the uplifting laughter of children, the majesty of the deer, the relaxation of our favorite stretches, camaraderie, good karma, warm sunshine, etc.
Who has room in their head for detrimental thoughts, now?
The rest falls into place.
NAPS 2 B Fit