Exercise and Fitness

All Exercise Is Not Created Equal

Written by on October 8, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 2 Comments
All Exercise Is Not Created Equal

According to Ayurveda, exercise is not a one-size-fits-all activity, and too much rigorous exercise can be just as harmful to the body as not enough. If you know anything at all about the three doshas, Vata, Pitta and Kapha, it won’t be difficult to discern who’s likely getting too much exercise and who’s not getting enough. Vata dosha loves movement […]

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Come to Your Senses through Grounding

Posted by on October 5, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness, Healing & Natural Remedies with 0 Comments
Come to Your Senses through Grounding

A ‘grounded’ human being is someone who is connected to and receives direct benefit from the infinite free electron source generated directly from our planet. Here’s the easiest way to ground yourself: Go barefoot on Earth – walk, lie down, stand, or sit in a chair with your feet on the ground for awhile each day. You could begin with just twenty minutes daily…longer and more often is even better. On damp earth or at water’s edge is best, as moisture enhances conductivity. Our tissues know how to ‘soak up’ and use these electrons so that, over time, our bodies may recharge and heal.

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Understanding Qi Energy Flow and Why Qigong Is So Benefical [video]

Posted by on September 15, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness, Prevention with 0 Comments
Understanding Qi Energy Flow and Why Qigong Is So Benefical [video]

In this Pheonyx Feedback, Pheonyx Roldan Smith goes deeper into a conversation about Energy.  He discusses how Energy Flows through ones body and practical uses for self development like Qigong. QiGong is an Asian practice of moving energy through and around your body with mindful awareness of what you bring in and what you pull […]

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Dr. Vandana Shiva: Our Hunger Games

Dr. Vandana Shiva: Our Hunger Games

Hunger and malnutrition are man-made. Chemical fertilizers, which are essentially poison, undermine food security by destroying the fertility of soil by killing the biodiversity of soil organisms, friendly insects that control pests and pollinators like bees and butterflies necessary for plant reproduction and food production.

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Six Ways Yoga Can Help You Lose Weight

Written by on August 28, 2012 in Diet, Weight Loss, Obesity, Exercise and Fitness with 0 Comments
Six Ways Yoga Can Help You Lose Weight

(NaturalNews) Hatha yoga, the yoga of physical postures and poses known as asanas, has caught on so much in the U.S. that it’s difficult to find a town that doesn’t have a yoga training studio. In case your town is behind the times and you’re interested in pursuing yoga for health and mental/emotional equanimity, there […]

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Twelve Concentration Exercises To Improve Focus and Support Your Brain

Posted by on August 12, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
Twelve Concentration Exercises To Improve Focus and Support Your Brain

By Brett and Kate McKay (The Art of Manliness) Does your mind flit from one thing to another? Do you have trouble focusing on something for more than a few minutes? Do you consequently have a bunch of half-finished projects lying around the house, and a dozen half-baked ideas still knocking around in your cranium, and […]

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11 Disabled Athletes Who Competed in the Olympics

Posted by on August 4, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness with 0 Comments
11 Disabled Athletes Who Competed in the Olympics

(Wired) Oscar Pistorius makes history Saturday when he becomes the first double-amputee to compete in the Olympic Games. As impressive as that is, the South African runner isn’t the first disabled athlete to compete in an Olympiad.

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Obesity Surpasses Smoking In Terms Of Ill Health Effects

Posted by on August 3, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness, Food, Drink & Nutrition with 0 Comments
Obesity Surpasses Smoking In Terms Of Ill Health Effects

(By Dr. Mercola)

This may come as a surprise to some, but data collected from over 60,000 Canadians show that obesity leads to more doctor visits than smoking.

The idea that being overweight can be worse for your health than smoking is likely to make many balk, considering how “normal” it has become to carry around extra pounds, but in terms of overall health effects and subsequent health care costs, it’s likely true.

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Health Benefits of Tai Chi – A Chinese Art

Health Benefits of Tai Chi – A Chinese Art

Michael Auryn (NaturalSociety) Tai Chi was developed nearly one thousand years ago as a way to enhance the flow of vital energy in the body, with the health benefits of tai chi being one of the main reasons people still practice the technique today. In its earliest days, it was a secret teaching, passed down through generations of initiates.

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Natural Health Doctors Lead U.S. Olympic Athletes

Posted by on July 29, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness, Food, Drink & Nutrition with 0 Comments
Natural Health Doctors Lead U.S. Olympic Athletes

(NaturalNews) A huge movement for natural health is underway and it is impacting the largest of all athletic events. Several USA National governing bodies that represent Olympic groups and have traditionally been dominated by conventional medicine and government based nutritional recommendations have embraced a group of natural health doctors.

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The Ancient Healing Power of Yoga

The Ancient Healing Power of Yoga

For thousands of years, since the Ancients themselves explored and developed Yoga, it has been used as a deeply healing process.

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Scientists Find Tai Chi Increases Brain Size, Benefits Cognition in Elderly

Scientists Find Tai Chi Increases Brain Size, Benefits Cognition in Elderly

Scientists have found increases in brain volume and improvements on tests of memory and thinking in Chinese seniors who practiced Tai Chi three times a week

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Mastering Your Energy with Qigong and Tai Chi (includes two amazing videos)

Mastering Your Energy with Qigong and Tai Chi (includes two amazing videos)

Qigong literally means cultivating your vital energy (“qi”) over time. It has been practiced for around 4000 years.  Tai Chi is the most well-known and popular moving form of Qigong. It is essentially meditation in motion, as are all moving forms of Qigong.   The primary differences between Tai Chi and Qigong involve how the form […]

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Just a Few Minutes of Daily Exercise Alters DNA to Help Prevent Chronic Disease

Posted by on March 16, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness with 0 Comments
Just a Few Minutes of Daily Exercise Alters DNA to Help Prevent Chronic Disease

(NaturalNews) Many people think the genes they inherited at birth are static and predetermine their fate for the remainder of their life. Extensive research into the science of epigenetics is providing startling evidence that this thought process is grossly outdated, and our individual DNA is dynamic and continually influenced by multiple lifestyle factors including diet, […]

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Ahimsa (Non-Violence) Vegan Farm Animal Sanctuary [video]

Posted by on March 15, 2012 in Exercise and Fitness with 0 Comments
Ahimsa (Non-Violence) Vegan Farm Animal Sanctuary [video]

Ahimsa is a Sanskrit word that means no harm or no violence. It is the philosophy by which Gandhi led his life. In this film we journey to a farm animal sanctuary in Colorado and meet people who live by the concept of Ahimsa and see how it affects the choices they make. “Before we […]

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