Yoga Tag

Is Martial Arts Good for Mental Health? The short answer is yes. Qi gong, Tai Chi, Karate, Japanese Ju Jitsu, can calm the mind just like Reiki. The short answer is yes. For centuries, tai chi and qigong have played a tremendous role in supporting what...

Stacie is dedicated to showing others how the key lies within themselves to establish deeper connections to themselves, others and the natural world around them through yogic philosophy incorporating mindfulness exercises, breath work and movement. Stacie has been practicing yoga and mindfulness since 1995 and...

In case I've not mentioned this for a while, I love chocolate. For health reasons and for the sake of my girlish figure, I've grown to love dark chocolate. The creamier, the better. The less sugar, the better. But that's mostly because, as my dear...

  In a world where we are searching more than ever for meaning, purpose, and asking complex questions to simple answers, Reiki, the Universal Life Force Energy, which surrounds us, can offer us sustainability in all these areas. It does this as we become attuned to...

  If you've ever flown on a plane, you know that during take off there is a safety training that shows us if the oxygen masks are deployed we are to put our own mask on first, then and only then we can help others. This is...

  You may have heard the term energy healer once or twice. Maybe you have been to an energy healer, or maybe not. Either way, let me share the Light! Energy healers definitely work, I've seen the results personally, professionally and spiritually for over 30 years. It's...

  It's not fun being that person, (like in the picture in this article) who lets stress blow up into anger within and outwardly. Emotional wellness is often overlooked. Our emotions actually are what can cause a huge factor in our mental health and wellness. When we...

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