How To Really Listen to Our Bodies

Elise Museles
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How many times have you been told to “listen to your body?” I know that I’m guilty of preaching those words to my clients, to myself, and to you. But it’s not an easy thing to do—for any of us—when we have been disconnected from our own internal messages for so long.

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