The Irregular Girl Revolution

This website presents information predominantly related to:

  • Diet & Nutrition
  • Fitness
  • Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS)
  • Meditation & Mindfulness
  • Passion & Purpose
  • Relationships
  • Self-Care
  • Stress Management
  • Wellness & Well-Being
  • Trauma

Growth Mindset

I believe that we are all capable of improving our quality of life. Significant improvement can be accomplished through small changes targeted at crucial areas. Our health and well-being should be among our highest priorities. This prioritization should be reflected in our daily routines.

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What People are Saying

I was impressed by Chris’ knowledge, mesmerized by the information she delivered, and uplifted by her passion. Needless to say, I rearranged my schedule so that I could attend all of her presentations. She is inspirational.”

Connie G.

Chris’ skills and expertise as an educator are impressive. I have seen her use this skill set to plan everything from a short, but rich, one-hour lesson to whole weekend events. Her dedication to figuring out what her audience needs and finding creative, engaging methods for teaching material make her an amazing facilitator.”

Caroline L.


Recent Posts

  • A Conversation with Tom Carroll Part One: Yoga as a Journey, Lifestyle, and Healing Practice
    There are multiple layers of complexity within yoga. On the one hand, there are poses that are physically challenging to any yogi. On the other hand, the holding of poses for longer periods of time can be mentally and emotionally challenging. Poses may be physically difficult because they require a great deal of strength, balance, … Read more
  • The Art of Assertiveness
    Assertiveness is a mindset, that is demonstrated through our behavior. It is also a skill, that can be learned, practiced, and improved upon. It is not about “getting what you want”, it's about having your desires be a part of the conversation, alongside of and as valued as anyone else's.
  • Meditation: Focusing Attention
    The mind can become more calm and still without being void of thoughts. In fact, there are many meditation techniques that involve focusing on specific thoughts, or noting thoughts but not getting tangled up in them.
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