Today’s society exhibits a great deal of passivity. People, by and large, steer clear of extremes Nonetheless, the human body is designed to be self-regulating. Temperature is something for which the body adjusts itself. The body can adjust to the colder and hotter extremes of temperature. Saunas can be very beneficial to overall health and … Continue reading Rejuvenation: Hot and Cold
Month: April 2020
What is diet?
Diet: Medical: 1 : food and drink regularly provided or consumed. 2 : habitual nourishment. 3 : the kind and amount of food prescribed for a person or animal for a special reason. General: 1. the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats. i. e."a vegetarian diet" 2. a special course … Continue reading What is diet?
Osteoarthritis: Integrity and Movement
Currently, the world is on high alert. Regular activities that were available are now non-existent. Meeting with friends, going to work, playing soccer / volleyball in the park: these and other activities are severely curtailed, if not altogether halted. Those with (hip) osteoarthritis are in a dire straight. Movement is key to maintaining a … Continue reading Osteoarthritis: Integrity and Movement
All of exercise is movement at the core. To live is to move. Movement is key to all processes in life. Nothing in the world stands still, waters, forests, weather patterns, ecosystems. Even the mountains are being built up and disintegrating – a constant and consistent cycle. The body is comprised of and exists … Continue reading Let’s Move
Walking Pranayama: My Personal Practice
Walking is the oldest form of transportation known to nearly all terrestrial animals. For humankind, this mode of transportation was integral to dispersing around the globe. With the passage of time spiritual and religious groups began to incorporate conscious walking into their repertoires. Various breathing practices were also developed and sometimes incorporated with walking. This … Continue reading Walking Pranayama: My Personal Practice