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Live Whole Health #94 – Take a breath to remember Your MAP (Mission, Aspiration and Purpose)

Whole Health helps you create a Mission, Aspiration and Purpose – or MAP – that connects your health care goals with your life goals. When you know your MAP, you can set a goal and work with your team to reach it.

By |October 25th, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|4 Comments

Live Whole Health #93 – Yoga Stretch

Do you feel discomfort, pain or stiffness from sitting or being in one position for too long? We spend a lot of time using computers or handheld devices, driving or cooking with our hands and arms in front of us, and our heads bent forward in a slouched position. Being aware of our posture – and stretching to ease tight muscles – with yoga stretch can help restore balance. 

By |October 18th, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|3 Comments

Live Whole Health #90: Acupressure for head and neck relief

Have you ever woken up with a crook in your neck? Is poor posture or stress causing your head to pound? Before you take a pill, consider trying this four-minute acupressure practice for head and neck relief.

By |September 27th, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|1 Comment

Live Whole Health #86: Tai Chi and physical movement

Physical activity, whether done sitting or standing, uses your energy to move the large muscles in your body. Different activities produce different benefits: increasing strength, flexibility, endurance or mobility. But the benefits aren't only physical. Movement can help energize us while also helping to reduce stress, too.

By |August 30th, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|3 Comments

Live Whole Health #85: Stillness in busy times with Yin meditation

When our days feel overly busy or stressful it can be nice to slow down and find moments of stillness. There are many ways to do that throughout the day, even if just for a minute or two. Here are a few ideas.

By |August 23rd, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|2 Comments

Live Whole Health #83: Breathing in the Moment

Deep breathing in the moment can reduce and stabilize your heart rate. It can provide a focus point which allows you to feel more grounded and present. When we are grounded in the present moment, we are less likely to dwell on other thoughts.

By |August 9th, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|Comments Off on Live Whole Health #83: Breathing in the Moment
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