There are moments in the practice when we meet ourselves in loving silence and our stories of loss, regret, and sorrow become just that, stories.
Yoga offers tremendous benefits. 1-It works the whole body; 2-It helps reduce stress; 3-It offers skills to become less negatively reactive to life’s challenges.
Everything is connected, including our muscles and our thinking. Taking care of the body has a powerful effect on our ability to think and stay sharp as we age.
Thinking today of Dr. King’s vision of the Beloved Community and being reminded that love is the most powerful force in the universe.
Kindness and patience–attitudes of grace and goodness that we can embrace today.
Try out these three simple practices to help you feel safe and at ease.
Three steps out of a new year’s slump: 1. Take a look inside. 2. Take a walk outside. 3. Find a movement practice.
Is This Why You Want to Be Fit in 2020? Appreciating the Past and Setting Intentions The end and start of a year is an opportunity to look both back and appreciate and look forward and set intentions. We can do this will all aspects of our lives, but today I want to focus ourContinue reading “Is This Why You Want to be Fit in 2020?”
Up until the 1990’s it was believed that once a person reached adulthood, they would not produce new neurons. Maturity meant a steady and inevitable decline in brain capacity. Brain research after the 90’s upended this false belief, proving that neurons are indeed birthed in the hippocampus, the region in the brain connected with memory.Continue reading “How Do I Lower My Risk of Dementia?”