Health Advice From Trees

Health Advice From Trees

 

 

 

OUTLOOK

GO NATIVE – Plant trees where they are naturally suited to the soil and environment.

Sunset through the Trees

= Go with what you’re good at and enjoy. Allow yourself to truly flourish!

 

ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF NATURE…  the fresh air, the views, the outdoors in general.

= Be Grateful and appreciate for what you have.

 

 

COMMUNITY

FIND YOUR OWN PATH – keep clear of the weeds and competition.

= Find your own tribe and avoid what doesn’t suit you.

 

Strike Your Own Path

ALLOW ROOM for the roots and branches to spread without causing damage.

= Be who you are and allow room for growth, without hindering others.

 

 

OPEN SPACES encourage different habitats and increased biodiversity

= Allow everyone the freedom to be who they are. (Variety IS the spice of life!)

 

 

NUTRITION

Trees need the right Nutrition and Plenty of Water

DRINK PLENTY of water and get plenty of light – don’t plant trees too close to other trees or hedges.

= Drink plenty of water. Don’t hinder those around you (None of us want stunted growth).

 

KEEP the use of chemicals MINIMAL.  And use them correctly.

= Eat well – your body is a finely tuned machine.  Supplement when needed.

 

 

POSTURE

USE a GUARD or stake etc when necessary.

= We all need help (or propping up) from time to time. Whether that be physically or by your tribe.  Accept it with grace.

 

REACH for the STARS (or at least our one) to get the most Sunlight …and best view.

= Stand tall. (The easiest piece of chiropractic advice!)  😉

 

 

HABITS

WORK WITH THE SEASONS – Plant during the planting season (November-March).

= Relearn Your Limitations. And… make the most of whenever you are in life.

Big Trees Grow from Little Acorns

 

START SMALL – it’s much less stress to move/plant trees when they’re small.

= Start by making small changes.

 

 

Allow SOLID ROOTS to form.  Start small and keep them growing.

= Allow those small changes to become good habits. Practice makes Perfect, after all.

 

 

 

Tree planting advice taken from: Woodlandtrust.org.uk/plant-trees/advice

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