For the most part, we use walking simply to get from point A to point B (for example, from the car to the store), and our minds become focused on the destination, not necessarily the journey. Sometimes we can become so engrossed with the check lists and “have-to’s” that we miss the birds chirping, the flowers blooming, or the trees swaying in the breeze.
Topics: Walking Program in Bucks County
You may have observed a class or seen people practicing in a park making slow, flowing movements. It looks like a slow-motion dance of moves that shift like waves in water. Someone told you, “That’s T’ai Chi!” But really, just what is it??
Topics: Beginner T’ai Chi
How often are you “plugged” in - to a computer, tablet, smartphone and or even just the TV? If you’re like the average person, you could be spending nearly half of any given day using electronic devices that are feeding you information of choice.
Subtract the suggested 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night, and you’re left with just a few waking hours (if that) to get regenerated, or simply put – to get unplugged. Read on for some smart ideas for maximizing the benefits of unplugging from technology.
Until recently (in terms of human evolution), life and movement were so intertwined it was hard to conceive of them being separate. People literally had to move all day in order to live. Think about it.
Topics: how to fight sedentary lifestyle
People are often wary about trying acupuncture. After all, it involves needles – and who likes those? Needles are typically associated with causing pain, not alleviating it. And yet, the alleviation of pain is exactly what happens during an acupuncture session.
In the past 2,000 years, more people have been successfully treated with acupuncture than with all other health modalities combined. Below, we tell you exactly how this method of natural healing works, how effective it is, and which health problems it can relieve.
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