Welcome to the path to feeling calm and centered.
Here you will find mindful stress reduction and relaxation practices for adults, older adults, their caregivers, and their nurses.
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Gale Lyman, RN, BSN, HNB-BC blogs to keep herself calm and to bring a bit more peace into the lives of her readers. A nurse for over 40 years, she is board certified in holistic nursing and a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Gale is a graduate of Saint Anselm College and of the BirchTree Center for Healthcare Transformation.
A passionate supporter of caregivers, Gale seeks to be an inspiration for the well-being and transpersonal relationships that are possible when a caregiver is centered and relaxed. Expertise in health behavior change and integrative holistic nursing influence all of her work, in order to better connect with each person’s whole self.
“If you or the ones you care for are ever anxious, worried or nervous, I can help. My passion is helping people to cope with the emotional and spiritual demands of compassionately caring for others, and of compassionately caring about our world. My expertise is gentle, mindful stress management tools. As a nurse and a family caregiver I know quick solutions are essential because caregivers are busy! ”-Gale Lyman, RN, BSN, HNB-BC
For over 20 years, Gale has been writing about wellness for nurses and for the general public. Before blogs were the thing, she authored several columns in print publications, in addition to articles in numerous nursing magazines. Her columns included “What’s Dirty in Town” in The Amesbury News, “The Mind-Body-Spirit Connection” in The Port Planet, and a holistic column in Healthcare Review. She self-published three books: “A Reflective Journal for Busy People,” and student handbooks for Reiki Level 1 and Level 2. Gale has also written health and wellness articles for corporate newsletters.