What is informed mindfulness? Cultivating awareness allows people to be present in the moment. This awareness, while beneficial, is only the first step in setting and attaining health goals. Often, additional knowledge and information is needed to be successful.
Dr. Adam Perlman shares his thoughts on this concept and how it can be applied to achieving your health goals.
Learn more about the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Leadership in Integrative Healthcare at Duke University programs.
By Carol Krucoff, C-IAYT, E-RYT Relieve Pain and Enhance Health with Seated Mountain Pose One of the most helpful yoga poses for modern life is never taught in most yoga classes. Seated Mountain Pose teaches the essential skill of sitting properly in a chair, and--as a yoga therapist--I’ve seen ...READ MORE
1. Connect your new habit to your best self Deep motivation for change comes from connecting your habits to what you most want for optimal health and how that supports you in being your best self. 2. Create a 3-6 month goal Three to six ...READ MORE
A person typically takes around 22,000 breaths per day. So, bringing your attention to this occurrence for a few minutes daily can provide many health benefits. Furthermore, pausing for a short breathing break is a great way to enjoy a quick refresher during a hectic day. Conscious breathing or ‘breath awareness’ ...READ MORE