So why the turtle logo?
So, why did I choose the turtle for my logo? For starters, I love the water and grew up surfing, fishing, and going to the beach almost every day. The turtle provides insights to consider how we should be mindful as we conduct our lives.
1. Think of your own body as a shell. You are powerful enough to right yourself, even when others don’t believe you can. The turtle carries its ‘home’ on its back. They are one, as the turtle cannot leave its shell. In this, the turtle symbolizes that our body is our home. Your body serves to protect and shelter you, so take good care of it.
This may be the most important symbolism that I want my clients to think about. Your body, your skin, your muscles are our human shell. Our muscles are responsible for mobility, stability, posture, circulation, respiration, digestion, urination, vision, organ protection, temperature regulation, and childbirth. There are more than 600 muscles in the body functioning to keep you moving and alive, so this is why we should always take care of our bodies.
2. Let's also think of how we are always running at full speed. Learning how to slow down in our busy lives is a powerful lesson for humans who rush about at unhealthy speeds, often missing the important things in life that are right in front of them. Slowing down helps us to enjoy life, enjoy the company of others, heal our bodies, and most importantly, allows us time to take care of ourselves so we can be present in our lives.
If the turtle had a mantra it would be “one small step at a time”. This Spirit Animal truly lives in the moment – taking one after another with simple, innocent acceptance.
Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your journey towards...
- Slowing down
- Taking some time for yourself so you can be better for your family and others in your life.
- Helping you ease the pain and aches of your body in your busy life.
- Providing therapy to help regain mobility so we can be more active in our life.
- To help provide support to help you with your goals "One Step At A Time."