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Took out my extensions so the cleansing can now begin. I’ve been going alot for the past few months. But I feel I can breathe once again. With two new diagnoses, I can now focus on true healing and self care. #pcos #hashimotos #psoriaticarthritis #enthesitisrelatedarthritis #dreads #latinawithlocs #selfcare #dirtymirrorselfie #healthjourney #brooklynbrujas (at Cypress Hills, Brooklyn)
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How to achieve the spiritual state of: ‘MEGA CHILL’
@aromatherapyassociates Deep Relax Bath & shower oil and Relax Candle 🙌
There isn’t a person who hasn’t smelt this candle burning and told me how amazing our house smells.
Pro tip: I rub the oil into my torso before getting in the bath so no oily bath tub and no wasted drops of heaven go down the plug hole.


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First workout of the new year. It went well. I’m proud of the results. I came 4 minutes shorts of my full hour of cardio but I showed up and I committed to give my ALL and I made no excuse.
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17 de enero, 2020 - Día 5 del 8o Simposio de Musicoterapia

10:00 am - 11:00 am: Desarrollo de Programas de Musicoterapia en HospitalesJenna Bollard, Musicoterapeuta, USAKaren Wacks, Musicoterapeuta, USA

11:00 am - 12:00 pm Musicoterapia y Auto-CuidadoKaren Wacks, Musicoterapeuta, USAJenna Bollard, Musicoterapeuta, USA

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Meditación Sonora Esteban Roa, Musicoterapeauta, Colombia

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Un Verano Musical Muy EspecialDiana Castillo & Bibiana Rojas, Musicoterapeuta y pedagoga musical, Colombia

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Musicoterapia Como Soporte Mental en la Unidad Neonatal Chelsea Brown, Musicoterapeuta, USAJenna Bollard, Musicoterapeuta, USAEsteban Roa, Musicoterapeauta, Colombia

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm  Foto Grupal y Despedida del Simposio

El último día del simposio comenzó fuerte con una clínica interactiva dirigida por los musicoterapeutas Jenna Bollard y Karen Wacks. La charla incorporó la terapia de visualización para el comienzo de la conferencia como un medio de informar simultáneamente a la audiencia sobre el inicio de un programa de musicoterapia en hospitales locales mientras los guiaba a través de una práctica relajante de musicoterapia; Esto sirvió como un medio para presentar el tema de la conversación de una manera muy atractiva y reconfortante. Bollard y Wacks abordaron los requisitos financieros para comenzar una fundación dependiendo de la ubicación global de uno, así como los principios rectores que uno podría desarrollar para sus propios programas de musicoterapia. La idea principal expresada en la charla de Bollard y Wacks fue que, siempre y cuando uno siga sus métodos con la intención y el impulso adecuados, la difusión de la musicoterapia puede aumentar en todo el mundo y ser más accesible para todos.

Después de esta charla, Jenna continuó con Karen para proporcionar más ejemplos de prácticas de musicoterapia liderando una relajación guiada para el autocuidado. Tocaron música muy tranquila para calmar el sistema nervioso parasimpático y estimular y mejorar los procesos naturales para la curación. Debido a que la música que tocaban era en vivo, habilidad esencial en la práctica de musicoterapia, tuvieron la oportunidad única de ajustarla para que coincida con la energía de la multitud y sus intenciones para la audiencia. Por ejemplo, al principio comenzaron a tocar muy lentamente para promover la relajación y Karen repitió una melodía simple en un tambir “hapi” mientras Jenna lentamente arpegiaba acordes en la guitarra. Cuando la actividad estaba llegando a su fin, Jenna comenzó a aumentar la energía de la música rasgueando ligeramente en lugar de tocar las cuerdas que afectó visiblemente a los participantes que aumentaban sus movimientos. Esta fue una forma muy efectiva de devolverlos serenamente del ejercicio sereno a la realidad más activa.


Para continuar esta mañana de paz y relajación, Esteban Roa realizó una meditación sonora. Se sentó en la parte delantera de la habitación rodeado de instrumentos como cuencos y campanillas, atenuó las luces e instruyó a todos a relajarse en la posición que prefiriesen. Algunas personas se sentaron en sus sillas mientras que otras se tumbaron en la alfombra. Luego comenzó tocando los cuencos, cada uno sintonizado a una frecuencia diferente destinada a una parte específica del cuerpo. La sala estaba tranquila y silenciosa y podíamos sentir físicamente las vibraciones de los instrumentos.


Como buena despedida para el simposio, se llevó a cabo una presentación grupal encantadora que incluyó a Jenna Bollard, Esteban Roa y la musicoterapeuta Chelsea Brown sobre la terapia musical con neonatos. Cada presentador dió una charla informativa sobre los beneficios del uso de la musicoterapia para las familias que esperan, así como los bebés y sus madres. Demostraron la efectividad que los padres compongan una canción para que se la canten a su bebé antes y después del nacimiento. Un momento increíblemente conmovedor fue cuando Jenna Bollard compartió el video de ella y su esposo cantando la canción de cuna que escribieron especialmente para su hijo momentos después de su nacimiento. Como conclusión, los presentadores guiaron a los asistentes a la clínica a componer una canción de cuna específicamente para un niño a punto de llegar al mundo. La audiencia estuvo muy involucrada en el proceso de composición, y como final del simposio, todos los asistentes se unieron a componer una nana personalizada para un niño llamado Angel.


Terminamos el simposio con una despedida de la fundadora Patricia Z. Pérez y una foto grupal. Después de la foto, todos tomaron un instrumento y comenzaron a tocar y a bailar juntos. La energía y la camaradería en la sala fue increíble y una gran nota para terminar el potente Simposio de este año.

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January 17, 2020 - Day 5 of the 8th Music Therapy Symposium
The final day of the symposium started off strong with a highly interactive clinic conducted by music therapists Jenna Bollard and Karen Wacks. The talk incorporated visualization therapy for the beginning of the lecture as a means of simultaneously informing the audience about starting a music therapy program in local hospitals while guiding them through a soothing music therapy practice; this served as a means to introduce the topic of the conversation in a highly engaging and comforting way. Bollard and Wacks addressed the financial requirements of starting a foundation depending on one’s location globally, as well as the guiding principles that one could develop for their own music therapy programs. The main idea expressed in Bollard and Wacks’ talk was that so long as one goes about their methods with proper intent and drive, the spread of music therapy can increase worldwide and become more accessible to all.


After this talk, Jenna continued with Karen to further provide examples of music therapy practices by leading a guided relaxation for self-care. They played very peaceful music to calm the parasympathetic nervous system and stimulate and enhance natural processes for healing. Because the music they played was live - essential skill in music therapy practice - they had the unique opportunity of adjusting it to match the energy of the crowd as well as their intentions for the audience. For example, in the beginning they started off playing very slowly to promote relaxation and Karen repeated a simple melody on a hapi drum while Jenna slowly arpeggiated chords on the guitar. As the activity was reaching its end, Jenna began to increase the energy of the music by lightly strumming instead of plucking the strings which visibly affected the participants and increased their movements. This was a very effective way of serenely bringing them back from the exercise to reality. 


To continue this morning of peace and relaxation, Esteban Roa then performed a sound meditation. He sat at the front of the room surrounded by instruments like singing bowls and chimes, dimmed the lights and instructed everyone to relax in whichever position they preferred. Some people sat in their chairs while others laid down on the carpet. He then began by ringing the singing bowls which each are tuned to a different frequency intended to target a specific part of the body. The room was peaceful and quiet and we could physically feel the vibrations from the instruments.


As a proper sendoff for the symposium, a charming group presentation including Jenna Bollard, Esteban Roa, and Music Therapist Chelsea Brown on neonatal music therapy was held. Each presenter gave a charming, informative talk about the benefits of using music therapy for expecting families as well as infants and their mothers. They demonstrated the effectiveness of parents composing a song for their child to sing before and after birth. An incredibly touching moment was when Jenna Bollard shared the video of herself and her husband singing the lullaby they wrote specially for their child moments after his birth. As a conclusion, the presenters led the attendees of the clinic in composing a lullaby specifically for a child about to enter the world. The audience was very engaged in the composition process, and as a finale for the symposium everyone in attendance joined in the touching performance for a child named Angel.


We ended the symposium with a farewell from founder Patricia Z. Pérez and a group photo. After the picture everyone grabbed an instrument and began playing and dancing together. The energy and comradery in the room was incredible and a great note to end on this years potent Symposium.

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@heyyyitsmair your oracle card for the day is I- The Child- Health. You can take care of yourself today by prioritizing your mental and physical health. Make sure to take any medications or vitamins you need. Eat healthy balanced meals, and make sure to balance rest with movement as well! If you need someone to talk to about your emotional wellbeing, this may be a good day to reach out.


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Don’t hide away, when you’re feeling low or feel like you’ve put in weight, fight your instincts to disappear in black and decide to shine brightly instead. You’ll instantly feel better about yourself 😊

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Hey guys,

Over the last week I’ve been a bit lazy when it comes to doing my nails so this morning I decided to treat myself to a little nail care session which I don’t do often, normally I just paint my nails and move on.

But today I decided to do the whole nine yard routine, buffing nails, filing , shaping pretty much everything I can’t be bothered to do. As I’ve mentioned in a few posts now I’ve been taking vitamins for a few months now and as well as a crazy growth in my hair my nails have also changed. They have become so much stronger now and they go so much quicker which makes painting my nails way more fun to do.

Plus everyone loves that feeling when your nails grow and you can tap the table really loud, we’ve all been there haven’t we?! So I decided to paint my nails this gorgeous burgundy shimmer shade by Essie (thanks mum for letting me borrow it) and I’m so in love with it. It’s a gorgeous colour and when the light hits my nails it has a holographic shine that I’m loving!!!

This year I’m focusing on all the little things that I started to glaze over last year and having my nails done always makes me feel a bit more put together so I’m going to carry that on this year too.

Lots of love

Bella x x

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