4.2018

Zion Nat'l Park, Columbine

Audio

Evansville Podcast — we’re talking about local, cleanly grown food!

EVV podcast logoI had the pleasure of sitting with the delightful Jason Burton several months ago to discuss the burgeoning local foods movement in Evansville, IN. Not only did we have a lot of fun, but we learned a thing or two from each other! Have a listen! https://player.fm/series/evansville-podcast/robin-mallery-river-city-food-co-op-and-heart-matters

Yellowstone Guided Imagery

From me to you, a gift of quieting relaxation, shared from my recent experiences in Yellowstone National Park.

Yellowstone guided imagery

In your busy life, I invite you to consider relaxation as medicine. Taking a few moments each day to quiet the mind and the body will beneficially alter brain chemistry as well as physical metabolism. In addition, the spiritual self is nourished…you will come away refreshed, pleasantly balanced, and ready for whatever else comes your way that day!

May you find as much delightful quieting in the practice as I did in the creation.

Morning Music: EverGlades Birds Greeting the Day

It’s my pleasure to share a brief glimpse of the glorious sounds of morning song in the EverGlades… Happy Friday!  EGlades birdsong

HeartMatters and What Women Over 40 Want to Know…

I enjoyed a blog radio interview with Wendy Hanlan, the founder of What Women Over 40 Want to Know, as we discussed physical and emotional heart health. Have a listen…

A guided relaxation…After the Rain

An inspired guided imagery relaxation, created in real time, after my morning walk. Enjoy!


after the rain


I had/have a busy day ahead with some scheduled appointments and a To Do list. As soon as I was outdoors, that all went by the wayside…I was captivated by the crisp, clear morning after the cold winter rains, and I was blessed by giving myself permission to be mindful of the natural beauty around me. Upon my return to home, I could have blasted into my day, but chose instead to create the guided imagery–to share with others–and immediately dropped into my own place of deep quiet and calm in the sitting, creating, and visualization while recording the audio.

Perhaps I will end up working harder, smarter, and with more focus–later today or over the weekend–as my To Do list beckons, but for now, I am in a delicious state of peaceful, calm, and intentional quiet.

May you be blessed with the same…

And P.S. This audio is not “perfect”! There is my breathing, my long ssss sounds, my clicking tongue; not that you will notice! xoxo

Have A Listen to HeartMatters on Point A to B Transitions Blog Talk Radio

HeartMatters on Point A to Point B Transition blog talk radio: I had a very pleasant chat with Catherine Morgan on her blog talk radio show, Point A to Point B Transitions. We discussed the real-life joys and challenges I have experienced during my 2-year transition from a long time hospital-based Registered Nurse employee to that of an entrepreneur. In addition, Catherine asked relevant questions about the HeartMatters program, affording me the opportunity to share my passionate belief that all of us desire to feel well, and that  radiant health becomes a reality when we commit to pleasant and subtle small-step behavior changes.

Small-step changes: snippet from a radio interview

For your listening pleasure, a pearl from my recent appearance on KVMR 89.5 FM, Nevada City community radio. It’s a snippet during which I share briefly the connection between quieting the mind and the small-step goals of behavior change. Small changes

"After thirty years of eating healthy foods and participating in regular, vigorous exercise, I was astounded to discover I have Coronary Artery Disease. In March of 2010, I had two stents placed in my Left Anterior Descending Artery- this was big. I consulted Robin Mallery, RN, knowing she is a local expert on Cardiac Rehabilitation. I especially respected her lifestyle of nutrition and physical fitness. Robin’s reassurance that I was doing many things correctly, and her instructions on how to fine-tune my program to deal with this life-threatening disease, was invaluable. Robin’s exquisite grasp of balancing traditional medicine with diet, exercise, relaxation and fun has helped me through this medical crisis". --Maiya Gralia, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and cross-country ski instructor and coach

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