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As we approach the end of January, it can be hard to keep the goals and intentions we set at the beginning of the month in focus.
Have you tried using a foam roller to help decrease bloating, inflammation, improve digestion or even deepen your awareness to your gut feelings?
The real question is HOW do we do make these changes and take the action we need to take to live this life?  And perhaps more importantly, how do we make it stick?
The holidays are almost upon us so here are my top pics for gifts for you and your loved ones in 2018. 
It's all about standing strong and standing tall! And I mean that in two ways. First, it's all about standing strong as proud and independent women, which is what the world needs more of right now!
I’m a huge fan of the roller; it’s a life- and body-saver. I became such a fan of the roller because over the last 15 years of working with some of the top celebrities, professional athletes, and orthopedic surgeons on the planet; it has become my secret weapon.
Self-care may sound indulgent, but the fact is that it’s never been more important than it is today. So much of our physical state is a result of the stress and tension we carry around on a day-to-day basis. 
Are you ready for a new sexy sequence on your foam roller? Building a healthy, balanced, flexible, flowing body and an undulating spine and hips will not only help you look and feel better, it’ll also get you ready for some seriously good lovin'!
The truth is that you’re probably not doing enough foam rolling exercises. And if you have tight hips, this simple piece of fitness equipment might just become your new best friend.
Fascia, alignment, movement, and foam rolling expert Lauren Roxburgh is a dear friend and one of the best trainers and healers I know.
In a new video collaboration, Lauren Roxburgh, structural integration and alignment specialist—and our resident fascia and pelvic floor authority—teams up with a medium, meditation leader, and author of Intuitive BeingJill Willard 
Get leaner-looking muscles with these moves from Gwyneth Platrow's pro!
BE Aligned by Lauren Roxburgh is a holistic mind-body system based on teachings Structural Integration and Classical Pilates that combines the benefits of self-healing with a workout that not only builds core strength and mental focus while sculpting and toning the body.
According to fitness expert Lauren Roxburgh, less is more. Current clients Britney Vest and Liza Rosen turned to Roxburgh after previous methods of fitness left them with tight hips and painful knees.
I have some amazing aligned life tips and a rolling sequence that helps improving digestive function by helping the body move food through the intestines and improving circulation to the belly area and rapidly reduce inflammation.
Nothing’s worse than that stubborn bra bulge. It’s happened to us all—you see a reflection of yourself in a mirror and catch a glimpse of a pinch of that dreaded back fat squeezed out by a tight bra strap.
Self-care may sound indulgent, but the fact is that it’s never been more important than it is today. So much of our physical state is a result of the stress and tension we carry around on a day-to-day basis.
Lauren will be teaching a foam rolling class at the Great Jane Retreat – a progressive retreat for mama entrepreneurs taking place May 20 to 22nd in magical Ojai, California.

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