The Earthbody Blog

A curated guide to holistic wellness

Welcome to my journal. Each week I share a story that turns my mind with the insights, goof-ups, and lessons I discovered in the exchange. I also believe that the good life takes practice. Here's where I'll share resources in meditation, self care, daily ritual, wholesome nutrition, and the best in body~mind wellness. Thanks for reading and welcome to the family.

Denmo Ibrahim, Founder & CEO Earthbody.

Breath Work + Herbs: Resources for Self Care

It's been over a week since the wildfires lit up the North Bay. If you live in the Bay Area, it’s likely that you too have experienced the aftermath of smoke and the eerie haze and stories of devastation. It's the times of crisis that remind us of our practice.

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The Eyes Have It: Face Mapping Part 3

The Art of Face Mapping Part 3 of 6

Inspiration comes in many forms -- even in the form of breaking out. Breaking out can be the perfect invitation to deepen your personal practice. Imagine if you see your freshly formed zit and are able to recognize your kidneys are depleted.

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The Wisdom of Breaking Out

(And The Glorious Art of Face Mapping: Part 2 of 6)

As the largest organ of the body, the skin’s primary function (along with the brilliant ability to protect, absorb and regulate temperature) is to detox and filter. Skin is ultimately a reflection of one’s overall health and state of wellbeing.

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The Agony + Ecstasy Of Acne

When I think about acne, I flash back to my teenage years. I remember being so relieved when I finally entered my 20s. I had always associated acne with puberty until I broke out 
as an adult the morning just before a big photo shoot (because my body also has a sense of humor). Surely this was not the same kind of adolescent acne that surfaced in high school. So why was this happening now? It turns out there are many reasons beyond hormones that influence our skin.

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On Getting Lost

We arrived at Wilbur Hot Springs two hours later than planned. Well, three actually, if you count the postponed departure. But seeing that it was just the two of us and we were looking forward to a leisurely drive up north, the freedom to leave at will overrode the aspiration for timeliness.

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