Small = BIG12 Aug
Small = BIG, meaning small changes create big differences in everything. (And we’ve got those tips, especially in yoga, meditation, emotional intelligence and nutrition.)
According to Food Day, one of the single greatest dietary harms to our health comes from high levels of sodium. Read more…
Want to see how sound translates to improving your health, managing stress and bringing calm through your day?
Folks at LaGuardia Plaza Hotel felt great in just one minute after working with them at their health fair this week.
Are you confused about what to eat? Many people are.
We know that sugar is bad for our health, and can cause obesity, diabetes, and inflammation. One simple solution may be to read food labels in order to choose items that don’t have sugar. So when we see dextrose, sucrose, maltodextrin, cane juice, cane crystals, barley [...]
Video #5 How to have Better Relationships, Communication & Problem-Solving Skills in 3 Min/Day11 Feb
Here’s video #5 offering you a free meditation- customized to you- for better relationships, communication and problem-solving skills. It’s part of my series, ‘4 Top Tips over 40 Days’ that ensure your New Years approach is successful, holistic and includes 4 key areas:
Here’s video #3 in my series, ‘4 top tips over 40 days’ that ensure your New Years approach is successful, holistic and includes 4 key areas:
Here’s video #2 in my series, ‘4 top tips over 40 days’ that ensure your New Years approach is successful, holistic and includes 4 key areas:
Today, research helps us understand a surprising key to happiness- the mind.
Neuroscientist Daniel Bor, author of “The Ravenous Brain” can “see” how meditation decreases the “fight or flight” triggers in the amygdala and increases focus and calm in the prefrontal cortex. He reports that the size of the amygdala literally shrinks!
What does that mean for you? It means meditation offers you an increased ability to handle pains and bothersome emotions, spatial processing, attention tasks and working memory. Plus all of that enjoyed without lots of sleep. (This may be the best antidote on how to enjoy holiday parties and still get up bright eyed and bushy tailed in the A.M.)