“yoga has the potential to be a cost-effective treatment and prevention strategy given its low cost, lack of expensive equipment or technology, potential greater adherence and health-related quality of life improvements, and possible accessibility to larger segments of the population.” Because of its emphasis on breath, yoga is a great reset for your nervous system.Continue reading “Evidence Shows Yoga Is Beneficial Therapy for Cardiovascular Health :: EDGE Boston, MA”
“It is noteworthy that the major side effect of this therapeutic system is improved health and an optimal body mass index, a stark contrast to the side effects of many drugs.” via Memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s reversed: Small trial succeeds using systems approach to memory disorders — ScienceDaily. There is SO much fear aroundContinue reading “Memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s reversed: Small trial succeeds using systems approach to memory disorders — ScienceDaily”
ADD and ADHD are real problems that have grown exponentially in the past decades. There are ways to successfully address the underlying issues, rather than medicate the symptoms.
A long-term client asked me last night about compassion burn out. “You’ve been doing this for so long. Don’t you get tired of taking care of people and hearing everyone’s stories all day long? Are there people you wish you didn’t have to see?” I paused, took in the question deeply, and was happily surprisedContinue reading “Compassion Burn Out”
A client asked me if I suffer from compassion burn out. I hadn’t thought about it in a long time, and my answer surprised me.
For many years, yoga teachers and enthusiasts have touted the benefits to the body of this ancient practice, but it is the rare physician who both endorses it and documents its value in clinical tests. Dr. Fishman has done both. via Yoga Therapy May Help Prevent and Treat Orthopedic Problems – NYTimes.com.
I am regularly asked how I get my “flawless skin.” I appreciate the compliments and I am pleased to share my secrets, such as they are. Certainly, a healthy lifestyle is the foundation for healthy skin, and I practice what I preach.
If you’re one of those folks who sails through this season with grace and ease, and nary a dark thought, then go ahead – skip this column.
Just because Thanksgiving is over is no reason to stop giving thanks. It’s one of the best and simplest daily practices around.
Are you concerned about Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia? Did you know that much of your future brain health can be significantly influenced by your lifestyle choices now?