What is breathwork all about? How does one do breathwork?
Sedentary behavior, typically in the context of sitting for extended periods of time, has emerged over the past decade as a focus for research on health and longevity. Various studies have linked too much of it to depression, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and some cancers–causing concern for those of us who work long hours in front of a computer.
Structural integration and alignment specialist Lauren Roxburgh has a foam rolling routine for nearly any body complaint a client throws her way—including bloating. Below, Roxburgh explains the connection she sees between tightened fascia (i.e., the fibrous connective tissue that protects, supports, and separates muscles and other organs) and digestive discomfort in her private practice. And here, in a new video, she shares the foam rolling routine she relies on for doing away with bloat.
Earthing (also called grounding) can be a controversial topic. Many people report amazing benefits, while critics point out the lack of solid scientific studies supporting this practice.
What was known to previous generations as a "sweet tooth" is known to ours as a widespread health threat.
Collagen seems to be all the rage right now. Evidence of our last post regarding Bone broth. You’ve likely seen it in products in the beauty aisle for years because of its ability to help maintain healthy hair (even fighting hair loss), create smooth, supple skin and build strong, beautiful nails.
First what exactly is bone broth? The short of it - bones slow simmered for 20+ hours with vegetables, sea salt and herbs. All that simmer-time extracts insane amounts of protein, not to mention glycine, glucosamine, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium.
Moving can be so stressful. I found this article that helped a few of my clients over the years. Some may seem rather obvious but none the less good information.