Exercise and Fitness
Find your mental health destiny in the kitchen cabinet NOT medicine cabinet. Eating right could prevent mental illness and even treat it. Researchers predict that mental illness rates will rise as more people adopt a sedentary lifestyle and sugary, fatty Western diet.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (January 10-14, 2017)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.
Two studies, which were conducted separately at Harvard University and the University of Calgary, found that yoga has an epigenetic effect on the body, which means that it alters the expression of the genes without changing the genetic code itself. At Harvard University, researchers found that yoga can positively change your cellular metabolic functions and improve things like nutrient absorption and the prevention of chronic diseases. Additionally, the Calgary study found that practicing yoga can also extend your life.
Since this is a popular month for implementing a new exercise plan, I thought it would be the perfect time to share some of my own fitness practices. Perhaps one or more of these will help you get moving and get (or stay) in shape.
Find yourself unmotivated? You may lack dopamine. Here are some great ways to boost yours without taking drugs.
It’s that time again — time to embrace a new year and a fresh start in our continued journey toward a healthier, happier life. Begin 2017 consciously empowered and with these top 20 health tips from 2016.
When you want to make a behavioral shift in your life, it helps to know what chakra that shift is related to, because there are many ways to target healing toward a particular chakra.
Our (spot-on) wellness predictions are in! These are the 15 top health
and wellness trends we’ll all be talking about in the year ahead.
Watch the video (above). In it, I show you how to do “breath of fire” and I give you a few core poses as well as a secret core tip. But I didn’t describe the movement of the 3rd chakra as well as I could have, so I will elaborate a bit here. The physical movement that’s related to core energy is often referred to as “scooping your tailbone.” It’s official name in the style of yoga I teach is “outer spiral.”
One part of your brain is for memory, another for integration and another for multi-tasking (and so on). Find out which part of the brain these 5 kinds of exercise timulate.
Make this Christmas the most memorable ever, creating new family traditions with these enjoyable and healthy family activities that are sure to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Balcetis decided to do a couple studies to find out if perspective and/or approach can effect the way a person experiences their exercise routine, and the answer she got was “yes.” Watch the video above to find out how her studies were conducted.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (December 18-24, 2016)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.