The Benefit of Movement in Nature…

I’m curious…what does your self-care look like for the coming week?

May I suggest gentle walking at a nearby lake or nature preserve?

White Rock Lake ~ Foggy Afternoon ~ @nursehealingadvocate

Walking is not only good for your muscles, heart, and lungs;

but it is also very good for the soul…

especially if you walk somewhere you experience wonder and beauty!

I’m also curious…do you notice a difference in your energy levels when you walk or jog in nature vs. exercise at the gym?

What differences do you notice physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually?

Test it out this week, and I would love to hear and/or see what you discover. Tag me in your walking and nature photos:

@NurseHealingAdvocate #RuthRenee #NatureWalkingChallenge #ShareNature

Get your walking shoes on! #NatureWalkingChallenge #ShareNature #RuthRenee

Please email or direct message me if you’re interested in learning more about trauma-informed holistic wellness, or if you love nature as much as I do!

You can also find me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Much love,
Ruth Renee 💛

http://www.RuthRenee.com ✨☀️🌾

#ShareLight #BeGentle #BeKind #RuthRenee

#NurseCoaching #Movement #MoveYourBody #Walking #NatureLover #NurseAdvocate4Healing #TraumaInformed #HolisticWellnessCoach #NaturePhotography #Exercise #SelfCare #ShareLight #NurseCoachApproach

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Ruth Renee Rehart, RN

Hi there! Here’s a little about me… I love gardening, being outdoors in nature, especially near mature trees and large bodies of water. The lake is my favorite place in the city. I enjoy writing, photography, and abstract painting, yoga, biking, and jogging with my dogs. Having been born and raised In California, but now living in Texas, I must vacation to some beach every summer! I am passionate about coaching and encouraging others to believe in and love themselves enough to practice healthy self-care. You are enough and you are worthy just as you are. I graduated Cum Laude from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. I worked as cardiac nurse in Michigan and Texas hospitals for over 7 years. Years after I left the bedside, I found nurse coaching and will never look back. I adore helping women find courage to heal so that they can step into confidence, joy, and divine rhythm. I am a trauma survivor and autoimmune/chronic illness warrior. I love to share the resources and wisdom I have gained through my personal transformative health journey. Cheers to your health and happiness, to living in your highest alignment!

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