Life Notes: The Yoga of Midlife

“Exhale completely, release all the air from your body. Now, notice the pause at the end of the exhale.” My yoga teacher’s words invited me...

Walking Meditation: Easy Steps to Mindfulness

Nguyen Anh-Huong & Thich Nhat Hanh Some books are designed to be read, studied, discussed; some are written to be contemplated, information percolates, processes. And...

THE THREAT RESPONSE CYCLE AS A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON MINDFULNESS

Serge Prengel, LMHC, has been exploring creative approaches to mindfulness in therapy and in everyday life. He is in private practice in New York...

Salutogenesis and Well-Being

The term "salutogenesis" is derived from the Latin salus meaning "health" and the Greek génesis meaning "origin". It is an interpretative position of science...

Moving Towards Freedom: Effecting Optimal Health Through Reichian Inspired Exercises

Do you secretly love/ hate to hear about odd things that people do in bed? If so, this article might make your day! Sexy or...

Letter from the Editor

Greetings and Welcome to our July edition, When I considered our summer theme, health and fitness immediately came to mind, but the word vitality also...

The Embodiment of Primary Respiration: Order, Organization and Transparency

Stillness in the midst of motion and commotion is free of will, direction, and time. It is a complete letting be of what is from...

Embodied Awareness – Balance

“Balance is a process of continuous integration.” Philip Shepard (p. 431 in New Self, New World). Built into our biology are mechanisms of mind which continuously...

EMBODIED APPROACH TO HEALTH AND FITNESS: THRIVING MINDFULLY

As humans we are resilient creatures. This makes us great survivors, and it can also create a blind spot in our approach to our...
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