Diane’s intuition, talent and experience helps her clients find within themselves their own gifts, strengths and spirit needed to reach their goals., Model
Thank you for everything Diane! It was wonderful to find a practitioner who believed in listening to the body, trusting one’s intuition and finding answers within. I am very grateful to you., Model
Working with Diane was transformative, a very powerful experience., Actress
Diane’s insight helped me to see things in a new light and to take charge of my own life. I gained invaluable skills to handle my life issues in a more productive and loving way., Actress
Diane helped me process my past to a place of understanding and forgiveness. I feel empowered and in control of my life. I have peace., Actress
Diane has such a loving presence. Working with her helped me develop self-confidence and strength. She always called forth my wisest self and encouraged me to let my light shine., Actress
I’m finally able to take care of myself in ways that strengthen my body and spirit. Thank you, Diane, for helping me learn to love my body…and myself., Actress
Thank you so much, Diane. You’ve been caring and supportive and never gave up on me. Your words of wisdom have helped me through my journey. I am so grateful., Actress
Thank you, Diane! You have helped me to think differently in a way that is healthier for my spirit. I am so amazed at the growth I’ve made., Actress
BODY CONFIDENCE Yoga is a powerful healing practice and gentle way to help you feel connected with your body. Some yoga instructors teach a specialized form of yoga for trauma survivors. The Breathe Network is a resource to help you find holistic practitioners, including yoga instructors, who are trained in issues of trauma — The Journey to Heal: Understanding Trauma-Sensitive Yoga
Do you know that jigsaw puzzles are good for your health?
Yup. They're relaxing and calming to your mind and nervous system. One reason is because any activity where you're focused on one thing at a time (puzzle piece), helps clear your mind from distracting and worrisome thoughts.
Many of my clients struggle with emotional eating. If you do, too, turning to a puzzle instead of food will help.
I always have a jigsaw puzzle going in my home. They're one of my happiness triggers. Here's my latest. It was a hard one to do, but so satisfying to finish. ... See MoreSee Less
Know when to draw the line. (And stick to it.) ... See MoreSee Less
When you feel vulnerable and an inner force taunts you to hurt yourself—with food, alcohol, drugs or phoning that person you know will break your heart—please understand, it’s not a sign of weakness. Those intense feelings are memories from the past that still live in your mind and body. They need your love and attention.
Even though you feel out of control, remind yourself that you're not. There are options. Lots of them. But it's hard to see that when gripped with strong emotion. So I'd like you to keep the following words handy and read them the next time you need a reminder that you're more in control of your actions than you think.
Practice now and repeat after me these four important words: ... See MoreSee Less
Just what I needed at this point of time! Thank you for sharing this #Diane.
I have a choice. 😉
Thank you Diane..💜
Drink too much alcohol? Rely on food to cope with hard feelings? Smoke cigarettes? Shop excessively for things you don't need? Gamble your money away? Have indiscriminate sex?
The list of addictions and compulsive behaviors is a long one. But it's not the whole story.
It's not a sign of weakness if you have a hard time stopping. It's a sign of underlying pain and trauma. Give yourself the gift of professional support to help you get to the root cause. ... See MoreSee Less
When the thing you do for comfort is the thing that brings more pain.