May 23, 2018

If you’ve never had experience with mental illness, consider yourself lucky-however, you will have a difficult time understanding it. Explaining mental illness to someone who’s never experienced its effects is like explaining color to someone who was born blind. 

A little bit of vulnerability here: I have personal experience with mental illness. I have struggled with both anxiety and depression, and I will be the first to tell you that it is no walk in the park, and there’s no magic cure. I’m an incredibly positive,...

June 19, 2017

The other day I was on a phone call with a potential coaching client.

She was so sweet asking me how I was doing after the sudden death of my uncle and friend's son, as well as my grandmother in the hospital, and other personal things that happened two weeks ago. 

Believe me, that weekend was one of the most emotional weekends of my life. SO much happened in 48 hours that I wanted to curl up in a ball and cry and scream. My sensitivity was sky-high. But I didn't freak out.

Yes, I was sad. I was...

June 6, 2017

This photo was taken yesterday among exhaustion and sadness.

A lot happened over the weekend, which just goes to show that we never really know what life will bring. We have no control, even if we think we do.

My uncle suddenly passed away as well as some other sad news around my family and friends and the terror attacks in London. As a highly sensitive person, it feels even heavier because I am sensing everyone else's emotions.  Because of this, I had to make the tough decision to post-pone my Hope & Peace Retreat...

May 16, 2017

I have become fascinated by nutrition and how truly beneficial it is to both our bodies and minds all year long. So many health concerns could improve if people incorporated more nutrient-dense foods and supplements into their daily routines.

I personally have struggled with anxiety, depression, seasonal affective disorder, mood swings, low energy, weak immune system, and hormonal and digestive issues over the years. Once I began to learn how depleted our bodies are with certain vitamins, so...

May 16, 2017

Have you ever noticed that you crave soup and meat when the weather gets cooler? Or you want fresh fruit and vegetables when the weather gets warmer?

You may have heard that it’s beneficial to eat according to the season. Ayurveda is a 5,000 year-old tradition that believes in basing your diet on a seasonal rotation to keep both nature and your body in balance.

Our bodies and minds are meant to absorb certain types of nutrients at different times of the year as well as focus on what is currently being harves...

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Shayna Mahoney

Holistic Life Coach

Tel: 774-330-2118

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