This is the second free introduction to my Evolutionary Healing Course - where I will teach about the more subtle and meta-physical aspects of health and healing. Recording now available.
Even if we are not impacted by the disease itself most of us are experiencing periods of stress caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Chronic stress - persistent and continuous - is its own health threat, but fortunately there are lots of excellent stress management resources online and many of them are free right now. Please send us your suggestions.
As the weather warms, we start thinking about changing our exercise routine to align with the new season. Here are my 10 Tips for Fitness along with my own weekly exercise schedule as an example of how you might make your own plan.
Each component of your lifestyle has a positive or negative impact on your health. Here we explore five interconnected keys to lifestyle enhancement that can greatly improve the quality of your overall wellbeing.
Nutrition provides your body with fuel to promote growth, maintenance and all vital functions - it is a cornerstone of health. It is also an area of life where we can have significant control and therefore great positive effect on our wellbeing.
A sedentary lifestyle is hazardous to your health. Your commitment to physical activity is one of the most important facilitators of healthy living
Your stress-management techniques should always contribute to your greater emotional and physical health - change your circumstances or change your responses! Learn to not react, but to respond.
During sleep, the entire body restores itself. Your immune, nervous, skeletal, and muscular systems all require good sleep. Everyone's individual sleep needs are different, but your mental, emotional and physical health benefit when you get plenty of rest!
Attitude is the 5th Key to staying healthy, but it could easily be the first! Our attitudes influence our lifestyle choices and they directly affect our health on many levels.
My studies of the 5 Elements in Traditional Chinese Medicine inspired me to create The 5 Keys to Staying Healthy - a simple, practical way for you to begin actually improving your health day by day rather than just waiting to get sick before you act.