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Blossoming Wellness: A Spring Edition by Wellness Reset

As the world awakens to the warmth of spring, it's the perfect time to embrace a renewed sense of well-being and vitality. This season offers an opportunity to prioritize self-care, movement, and nourishment to support overall health and happiness. Blossom into wellness this spring by focusing on your health through movement, connecting with nature, and incorporating more fruits and veggies into your diet.

1. Prioritize Women's Health:

Spring is an ideal time to check in with your health and well-being. Schedule your annual check-up with your healthcare provider to ensure you're on track with screenings, and any necessary health assessments. Additionally, consider incorporating mindfulness practices such as meditation or journaling into your daily routine to support mental and emotional wellness.

2. Embrace Movement:

As the days grow longer and the weather warms up, take advantage of the opportunity to get outside and move your body. Whether going for a brisk walk in your neighborhood, practicing yoga in the park or your backyard, or trying a new outdoor fitness class, find ways to incorporate movement into your daily life. Physical activity supports cardiovascular health and strength as well as boosting mood and energy levels.

3. Connect with Nature:

Spring is a time of renewal and growth in the natural world, and spending time outdoors can have powerful benefits for your overall well-being. Take a mindful walk in nature to admire the blooming flowers, listen to the birdsong, and feel the warmth of the sun on your skin. Connecting with nature can reduce stress, improve mood, and foster a sense of calm and inner peace.

4. Nourish Your Body with Fruits and Vegetables:

Spring is abundant with fresh, seasonal produce, making it the perfect time to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your diet. Visit your local farmers' market to discover a colorful array of fruits and vegetables such as papayas, apricots, asparagus, swiss chard, and radishes. Try experimenting with new recipes that highlight seasonal ingredients, such as salads, smoothies, and vegetable stir-fries. Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that support immune health, digestion, and overall vitality.

Take this opportunity to tune into your body's needs, honor your health, and embrace the beauty and abundance of the season. Here's to a spring filled with health, happiness, and blossoming wellness! For tailored health advice, book your discovery session today to discuss your health concerns, goals, and aspirations with one of our experienced coaches. During this initial consultation, we'll take the time to understand your circumstances and develop a customized plan to help you achieve lasting results.


Black Maternal Health Week: April 11-17

Did you know that Black women in the United States are three to four times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications compared to white women? This stark disparity highlights the urgent need for addressing systemic issues and advocating for equitable access to maternal healthcare for all women.

As we near the end of Maternal Health Week, it's crucial to recognize that the conversation around maternal health needs to extend far beyond just one week per year. The disparities in maternal health outcomes, particularly for Black women, require ongoing attention and action. There are numerous Black health organizations and leaders who are dedicated to addressing these disparities and advocating for change. Some notable Black health organizations include:

1. Black Women's Health Imperative (BWHI)

2. National Birth Equity Collaborative (NBEC)

3. Black Mamas Matter Alliance (BMMA)

4. Sisters in Health (SIH)

5. Black Women for Wellness (BWW)

These organizations work tirelessly to raise awareness, advocate for policy change, and provide support and resources to Black mothers and families. In addition, several influential leaders in the field of maternal health are driving progress and amplifying the voices of Black women. Some of these leaders include:

1. Dr. Joia Crear-Perry, Founder and President of the National Birth Equity Collaborative

2. Elizabeth Dawes Gay, Co-Director of the Black Mamas Matter Alliance

3. Angela D. Aina, Executive Director of the Black Women's Health Imperative

4. Dr. Rachel R. Hardeman, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health

5. Jennie Joseph, Founder and Executive Director of Commonsense Childbirth Inc.

These leaders and organizations are instrumental in the fight to address racial disparities in maternal health and ensure that all women have access to safe, equitable, and respectful maternity care. While Maternal Health Week may be coming to a close, the work to improve maternal health outcomes for Black women must continue year-round. Let's commit to ongoing advocacy, education, and support to create a future where every mother receives the care and support she deserves.


Yoga Pose of the Month: Tree Pose (Vrksasana)

Find balance and stability with the Tree Pose. Follow these steps to practice:

  1. Begin standing tall with your feet hip-width apart and arms at your sides.

  2. Shift your weight onto your left foot and lift your right foot off the ground.

  3. Place the sole of your right foot against the inner left thigh or calf, avoiding the knee joint.

  4. Press your palms together at your heart center or extend your arms overhead, reaching towards the sky.

  5. Engage your core and find a focal point to help maintain balance.

  6. Hold the pose for 30 seconds to 1 minute, then switch sides and repeat.

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Tropical Sunshine Smoothie


1 cup of fresh pineapple chunks

1 ripe banana

1/2 cup of mango chunks

1/2 cup of coconut water

1/4 cup of Greek yogurt (optional for added creaminess)

1 tablespoon of maple syrup or a few dates (optional for sweetness)

Ice cubes (optional for a chilled smoothie)


Add all the ingredients to a blender.

Blend on high until smooth and creamy.

Taste and adjust sweetness if needed by adding more maple syrup or dates.

If desired, add ice cubes and blend again until smooth. Pour into glasses and enjoy your refreshing Tropical Sunshine Smoothie!

This smoothie is packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making it a perfect choice for a healthy and energizing snack or breakfast during the spring season!


I hope you found this edition of the Wellness Reset blog insightful and inspiring! My goal is to provide valuable resources, tips, and information to support you on your journey to wellness.

As always, Wellness Reset is here to empower you to prioritize your health and well-being, and welcome your feedback and suggestions for future topics.

In the meantime, remember to take time for self-care, nourish your body and mind, and embrace the journey toward optimal health and vitality. Thank you for being a part of the Wellness Reset community. Together, we can create a life of balance, vitality, and joy. Stay tuned for more wellness tips, yoga inspiration, and community events from Wellness Reset! Wishing you a month filled with health, happiness, and inner peace.

In Good Health,

Keisha "Ankhti" Washington


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