Some mornings I pop out of bed and I am ready to go. More often than not, lately, I don't sleep all the way through the night, so I have a little trouble getting going in the morning. … Read more about Getting Your Morning Started Right- Part Two
Have you ever gone through your morning routine, only to get to work and realize that your brain is still asleep? … Read more about Get Your Morning Started Right – Part One
Today, our post has been written by Julie Klutinoty. Julie has been training and giving classes in Yoga and Pilates for years. In fact, we started working together in both of these disciplines for a number of years. This post is about Pilates, what it is and the history of it, and how it can help … Read more about The Pilates Method
Clients will often ask my advice to help prevent injuries. One of the easiest ways to prevent injuries is to warm up and stretch before you exercise. … Read more about Is It Important to Stretch and Warm Up?
We have a guest blogger this week. Mr. Harry Cline. Mr Cline is a caregiver who also is the creator of NewCaregiver.org and author of the upcoming book, The A-Z Home Care Handbook: Health Management How-Tos for Senior Caregivers. As a retired nursing home administrator, … Read more about 5 Reasons Seniors Should Try Yoga And Meditation
Our brains and our bodies, one is not much good without the other. It takes our brains to keep our bodies operational. And while there’s no question that exercise is good for the body, there is also mounting evidence that staying physically active can help slow the normal declines in brain … Read more about The Benefts of Exercise, No Matter Your Age
Featured Image by Justyn Warner from Unsplash As an alternative health practitioner, I am always on the hunt for methods to help my clients with stress, anxiety, injury prevention and pain relief. I know from my own practice that regular massage is helpful for each of these things, and can even … Read more about Yoga For Anxiety and Depression
I think it's time we start a movement. I am going to call it the Family Exercise Plan. In my previous post I mentioned the side effects of poor posture habits and what they can do to our bodies. Last time I addressed the couch potato syndrome, and I would like to add to that today. Let's … Read more about A Family Exercise Plan
During my journey as a massage therapist, I longed to find ways to help those of my clients who were in pain. As part of that quest to help my clients, I learned more about body structure, how as certain parts of our bodies become weak from over use or from lack of use, other parts of the … Read more about Staying Strong While Managing Your Pain
Don't let those lats go !! The latissimus dorsi originates in our lumbar area and is attached to the upper arms. It is the widest muscle in the human body. The Latissimus dosi is thin and covers almost all back muscles at the posterior trunk except the trapezius. It assist teres … Read more about Work Those Lats!!
IS our DNA determining our Physcial Health and Destiny? I read an article about set of male twins who had the same food preferences. The only difference was that one set of twins stopped exercising in early adulthood. Within three years of becoming sedentary the … Read more about Is Our Health Determined by Our DNA?
Exercise is good for your heart, it's good for your mind and its good for your soul. For years I have worked on bodies and it's not difficult to tell immediately if a person has been exercising, or if they have become sedentary. I love this post of WebMd which talks about the benefits of … Read more about About Exercise