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Are you feeling complacent with your current exercise routine? Are you seeking ways to add variety to your workouts each week? Do you want short, on-demand workouts led by an encouraging and supportive team of coaches? Try Aaptiv today! From running, cycling … Continue reading
With a stable mind at your core, With the eyes and ears acute and clear, And with the four limbs firm and fixed, You can thereby make a lodging place for the vital essence. — Unknown, The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can … Continue reading
Christoper Germer and Kristin Neff created this guided meditation from their Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) course. Start your week taking a moment to slow down and check-in with your amazing body, from head to toe! This practice offers kindness, understanding, acceptance, and … Continue reading
A New Month. A Fresh Start. What new healthy habits will you begin?
Wellness Book Recommendations *Not listed in any particular order. “The Joy of Movement: How Exercise Helps Us Find Happiness, Hope, Connection, and Courage” by Kelly McGonigal, PhD Learn More on NPR Buy Now on Amazon “Live More Happy” by … Continue reading
During the present times of physical distancing and social isolation, compassionate hugs (like this tree root “hugging” the old tree trunk) are rare or even non-existent. Hugs release the hormone, oxytocin, which helps people feel deep connection, a sense of … Continue reading
What is Mind-Body Medicine? A focus on healing the whole person verses treating symptoms. Collaboration between the healthcare provider and the patient. Empowerment of the patient specifically in his/her healing and treatment decision-making. A focus on the whole person including … Continue reading
Loving-Kindness Meditation A way to calm a frenzied mind, express gratitude, and be happy. Practicing kindness is one of the simplest ways to be happy. Recent research finds that kind people tend to be more content with their relationships and … Continue reading