April 11th, 2022
April 20th, 2020
Your mental fitness is tied to your heart. A clinical psychologist explains why — and how to train a key aspect of your heart rate in order to be mentally fit. Plus, five steps that help mental fitness.
August 21st, 2019
In stressful situations, our breath acts as a mirror. But, unlike automatic bodily functions, we can intentionally change the way we breathe. Use these techniques to help navigate challenging situations with more ease.
June 18th, 2018
What if we told you relaxation is within your control? You’ve had it all along. The quickest way to calm yourself is with your breath. Here are two ways to use this amazing tool that’s been with you since birth.
December 20th, 2016
In a slump? Many studies show that breath-work calms the nervous system and can help treat mild forms of depression. Try one of these simple yogic breathing exercise to boost your mood naturally.
December 3rd, 2016
Feeling frazzled? A few five-minute yoga practices will get you through the worst of the holiday season so that you can relax, stay grounded and release wound-up muscles. Mat and workout clothes not needed.
Which came first, healthiness or happiness? It’s a tough question, but maybe we don’t have to have an answer. Our Health Raiser of the Week, Jermaine, explains that they’re one in the same. But to truly be healthy and happy,Read More…