Salt is more than just something you put on your food! It also has so many health benefits, from balancing the pH of your skin and exfoliating your skin to the lung health benefits from breathing in the salt. Come to this Gettin’ Salty Party and see all the ways you can add this into your health program while having a lot of fun! What are we doing? We will have a quick intro to all of the benefits and some of the history, and then we are going to have FUN with SALT! You can make and take a salt scrub and a saltRead More →

The Art of Feminine Presence is an amazing, powerful set of tools to help you embody your feminine essence and power. Be seen. Be heard. Inspire change.   Ann Rau has been an Art of Feminine Presence teacher and facilitator for many years, and loves empowering women to be seen and be heard with these practices. She has an innate ability to help those around her find the power within themselves to make the changes they want in their life, while also helping them shift their awareness to attract more of what they want in life.   In this special day event, join Ann toRead More →

We are proud to announce that we have been serving the Fort Collins and Northern Colorado community now for 4 years! Over those years, we have gone from a small center on the main level of a building with 6 businesses all the way to expanding into the whole building, supporting 9 full-time businesses, plus adding in 2 spaces for countless other entrepreneurs to use and a salt cave!   Our providers from the beginning: Under Pressure Therapeutics Debi Saidman-Ireland with Touch of the East Acupuncture Dr. Lorraine Caron, Naturopath Erin Purdy, Counselor Faith Brandt, Counselor   Newest Members: Tiah Terranova, Psy.D. Elizabeth Brandon withRead More →

Join Marissa Orchard for this great webinar all about boundaries!   There are a million books about this, and everyone says “just set those boundaries,” but what are boundaries? How do you know if they’re healthy or not?   Learn: What are boundaries. When do we need boundaries. With whom should we set boundaries. How to set boundaries. What to do when someone tries to push those boundaries.   When: Monday, April 29, 2019 6:30-7:30 We will be on a Zoom call. When you register, you will be sent an invite to join the class as well as all of the other information needed.  Read More →

Reiki is an amazing modality that you can use for yourself, your family, or add it to your professional life.   Reiki is a traditional Japanese relaxation technique that Dr. Mikao Usui founded in his quest for a way of more spiritual healing that didn’t have a specific religion tied to it. He searched for a type of bodywork that could help everyone! Through his search, Dr. Usui had a profound spiritual awakening that lead him to create what we now call Reiki.   Reiki can be broken up into the parts “Rei”  which means “Higher Power” and “Ki” which means “life force energy,” eachRead More →

Stressors come in all kinds of forms: work and school pressures, relationships, health concerns, uncertainty about the future. Even changes that are generally positive can still be incredibly stressful, like gaining a family member or starting a new business. Left unchecked, stress can lead to a host of symptoms, including headaches, disrupted sleep, nausea, irritability, lack of focus, and poor impulse control. Tips for stress management are frequently repeated and generally well-known: Get some exercise! Talk with a friend! Breathe deeply! Get a massage or acupuncture!   But while most of us recognize at least a few of these symptoms from stressful periods in ourRead More →

We are excited to announce that Alan Burd is joining us!   Jordan and Tracy are moving into a different space, and while we are sad they are leaving, we are happy for them. We are also happy to have Alan join our team of partners.   Alan’s former life was dedicated to special education. He has since graduated from Naropa University and started his career as a counselor. Alan loves to help others  find themselves.   Services: Contemplative Counseling Pastoral Counseling Compassionate Presence Shamanic Peer Support Ceremonial Support To find out more about Alan and how Burdsnest can help you, please call (970) 218-3381 orRead More →

It’s not hard to think up great ways to treat yourself. We’d all love a spa day topped off with a meal prepared and served by someone else. Maybe get a sitter for the night, so the little angels are asleep when we get home. Or making yourself a cashmere, velvet candy cane, with velvet slippies, cashmere socks, velvet pants, and a cashmere sweater.   But for every article about self care, it’s easy to think “Who can afford that?”  Yes, it would be great to have an afternoon by yourself and a bucket of fried chicken and a cookie dough chaser. But that’s notRead More →

    “There is a bridge between time and eternity; this bridge is the individual soul, the Jiva.” Chandogya Upanishad     What is a chakra? Chakras are part of Hindu practices, but have also have played a huge role in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Buddhism, Reiki, Healing Touch, and so many other energy works.    Chakra means “wheel” or “vortex” in Sanskrit. With your chakras, you have these energy vortices that act as a bridge between the spiritual and the physical. They are not physical–you can’t pick one up and sell it. It’s an essence of the individual. It’s an aspect of consciousness, much likeRead More →

The Chinese New Year this year begins on February 5, 2019 and goes until January 23, 2020. The Chinese zodiacs go off of years, but because the Chinese New Year is a little different than the Gregorian Calendar we use today, you have to make sure which year you fall under if you were born in January or the first part of February.   What is the Chinese Zodiac, and why is it different? Like most great folklore and legends, there are stories that explain why we think or believe or do something certain ways. The origins of the story of how we have these 12Read More →