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3 Types of Hip Openers to Loosen Up Tight Hips

What Causes Tight Hips? Your body is an efficiency machine that adapts to make it as easy possible to do your most common activities. This means that you lose the ability to get into positions and perform movements that you have systematically neglected over time. And that...
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Drishti: A Tool to Intensify Your Concentration

“Where focus goes, energy flows.” Tony Robbins Dolphins are experts in sound, bears have a formidable sense of smell, bats navigate through echolocation but we, as humans, are predominantly visual animals. And although it isn’t talked about often, vision plays a very...
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Yoga for Balance: Body Control and Coordination

“Fall down seven times; stand up eight.” Japanese Proverb From a neurological point of view, balance training is great for improving body awareness, body control and coordination. This allows for greater precision, accuracy and efficiency of movement. It also enhances focus...
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Yoga for Neck Pain: 3 PNF Stretches

Neck pain is a drag. It drains your energy, leaves you vulnerable to muscle tweaks and headaches and stops you from doing the things that you love. Just sitting with poor posture can give you a pain in the neck but stack a sport on top of that and your days of effortless...
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How (and Why) to Start Your Yoga at Home Practice

Why Practice Yoga at Home? The confidence to push myself harder, knowing that I can recover faster.  A better understanding of my body. The benefit to my how my hips feel is nothing short of miraculous. If I use the meditation videos before I go to sleep, I sleep a lot...
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Open Your Senses to Spring With a Walking Meditation

Spring officially arrives March 20, and some parts of the United States have already experienced warm weather and blooming trees and flowers. The sun, warmth and fresh spring air beckon us to savor the moment and our lives through walking meditation. Walking meditation, or...
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Strengthen a Positive Outlook

Why take on the practice of training your mind toward the positive? To offset your evolutionary biology. Because your brain is designed for survival, over time, as your ancestors were dodging tigers and other dangers, the default circuitry became more attuned to the...
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How to Practice Mindfulness at Work the Moment You Start to Feel Stressed

Mindfulness is a word that seems to be everywhere lately, but what does it mean and how can you use it in your everyday life? "Mindfulness is a superpower," says leadership expert and author of The Mindful Day Laurie J. Cameron. "[It's] the awareness that arises when we...
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How to Give Your Full Attention

“To listen is to lean in, softly, with a willingness to be changed by what we hear.” —Mark Nepo, poet, philosopher “When I’m at work and listening to someone in a conversation or meeting, half of me is listening and the other half is thinking about what I need to do to...
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