January 20, 2021
"Remember that emotions are meant to be felt and that they are never permanent," says certified holistic wellness coach Kama Hagar. It's OK to go through the entire spectrum of feels. "Normalize the ebbs and flows as well as the deeper emotions that are settling in right now."
December 21, 2020
Hagar says, “Caught you already! Don’t think of this as exercise to burn calories or shed pounds!” So no — this isn’t a burn-it-off, earn-your-meal workout… not in the slightest. “Think of this as your tribute to your body, and a time to move energy through it,” she explains. “Let this moment be a time to cherish it and consciously release any old patterning around food. You’ll feel better and clearer.”
November 9, 2020
"The world is chaotic right now, and we don't need our own stories and delusions clouding the already foggy air,” says Hagar. "Acceptance brings a kind of clarity that is unmatched by anything else. Once we accept what is happening, we can make the most authentic and effective decisions. We can lead with truth, love, and empathy. Acceptance accomplished is peace. Choose peace."
November 5, 2020
"Kama Hagar is a Certified Holistic Wellness Coach and meditation queen who knows the struggle is real when it comes to hair growth. Looking at her cascading blonde hair, you wouldn’t know that she ever struggled with getting her locks the right length – but she did. That all changed, however, when she introduced meditation into her life. We chatted with Kama about how to introduce meditation and why it has a huge effect on hair quality."
October 14, 2020
“Gen Z is young, so we are looking a lot toward generations ahead of us – to our parents, teachers and elders,” Kama Hagar, certified holistic wellness coach, tells Her Campus. “Even though there is that phase of rebellion [present in Gen Z], we are still going to be wary to take it seriously. We’re being told this is a global pandemic, so we’re taking that as a global pandemic.”
August 21, 2020
"Kama also suggested practicing inversions for stress-relief and holding poses like headstands or downward-dog. According to Yoga Journal, when one comes down from Headstand, one often feels clearer and calmer. The common assumption is that Headstand floods the brain with freshly oxygenated blood, and the brain is refreshed."
May 5, 2020
“When starting out, a meditation space should be comfortable and inspiring,” says mental health and meditation coach Kama Hagar. “Everyone has a different practice and different taste, but my favorite universally appreciated ambiance includes dim lighting or candlelight, a soft blanket, and comfortable, supportive pillows.”
March 26, 2020
Life Curated Mag
"I grew up part-time in the jungle of Huelo, Hawai’i in a home my family named, "Mu," after the mystical, lost Pacific continent. This place, alive with pure magic, vibrant fruit trees and fragrant, blooming flowers, secret waterfalls and sacred mana (energy) inspired my every move."
December 14, 2020
"Carving out time for yourself regularly should be non-negotiable like brushing your teeth in the morning, says Kama Hagar, a certified holistic wellness coach. "Put it on the calendar daily for anywhere between ten minutes to an hour and call it 'selfless self-care' because it's not selfish, it is vital for your wellbeing, she tells."
November 23, 2020
“Creating the mental space to find inspiration requires more effort during times of stress,” Kama Hagar, a certified holistic wellness trainer based in Lake Arrowhead, California, says. “You need to mentally and physically surrender yourself to unearth inspiration. Sometimes, it can be discovered by simply taking a midday walk, shaking your body to a new song, calling a friend you haven’t talked to in a while, or doing some breathing work.”
November 5, 2020
"Scrolling through social media for political updates, watching or reading the news and hearing endless streams of opinions and drama isn’t going to keep you calm,” she says. “The news and social media have been proven to lower self-esteem, trigger feelings of isolation and stress us out.”
November 4, 2020
"Meditation expert and wellness coach Kama Hagar echoes this sentiment, suggesting you "log off this week and stay off until you're more settled and ready to let anything external in — as your personal processing doesn't need the influence of hundreds of others." Instead, turn on some music, take a bath, watch something funny, talk to a friend, read, or listen to a meditation app. Anything that brings you joy is going to be worth your energy right now."
October 19, 2020
"So many of us feel that work is life or death. We are afraid that speaking up for ourselves or asking for what we need could be the direct key to our career’s demise. I want you to know it’s just not true. I want you to know that your well-being is just as important as your job."
August 25, 2020
"This can lead to or include something known as catrophisizing, or jumping to the worst-case scenario outcome. Kama Hagar, certified holistic wellness coach, explains that our thoughts may frequently feel out-of-whack, but when they reach a petrifying level that slightly-off feeling turns into panic."
May 5, 2020
"We’re all in need of replenishing our spirits right now, and what better path than getting in touch with your mind-body connection through meditation? In this one-on-one remote meditation session with wellness coach Kama Hagar, she’ll combine her skills as a meditation coach, reiki healer and Hawaiian healing practitioner to help brighten your beloved matriarch’s day."