Yoga and Cancer Recovery Anyone who has heard the three dreaded words, “You have cancer,” knows what a devastating blow this is to their entire being. A...
Category: Wellness Practices
Do you have Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD)? Often called the "Private Journey," Incontinence and other types of PFD are things we don't often share with...
Many Yoga classes focus on Cognitive Enrichment — as we learn new skills, repeat patterns and involve the use of more than one sense.
Weight reduction, stress-management and daily exercise can help control the factors that lead to Diabetes. Yoga can be part of the solution!
Your body has an innate ability to heal. Just like your skinned knee eventually healed when you were a young child, your body knows how to heal wounds, broken bones, damaged soft tissues and even organs.
Move other parts of your body to assist oxygen flow to the injured or affected area; Circulation is important for the healing process
If you have noticed your balance is not what it used to be, then you are in the right place! Indeed, our ability to balance changes over the years. There is a concept called proprioception that is key to achieving and maintaining good balance.
Enhance your proprioception (i.e., your perception or awareness of the position and movement of your body) by practicing feeling off balance. Use patterns to challenge your mind/body connection.
It’s obvious one needs strength and endurance to become a marathon runner. However, everyday life also requires those physical attributes. For example, lifting and carrying groceries, climbing steps and walking from our parked car into a store requires strength in our physical structure.
If you have cardiovascular issues such as high blood pressure, heart disease, history of stroke or heart attack, make sure to always follow the guidelines of...