They say it takes 28 days to change a habit… (or sometimes 21, or more) – it all depends who you ask. And while there may be some evidence to support these claims, the truth is – it’s different for everyone.
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“Well-being” – it’s a somewhat ubiquitous term that describes the state of being characterized by one’s overall degree of health, prosperity, and contentment. Often preceded by an even more universally understood term, “health”, well-being is about making adjustments to your routines that allow you to live life to its fullest capacity. It’s about cultivating positive […]
Whether its seasonal stress, or the ongoing pressures of a fast-paced corporate job, a regular restorative yoga practice can enhance your quality of life.
If your company were to choose one single perk to start offering employees, we think chair massage is an excellent go-to. Here’s why!
Originally Published on yogajournal.com by Ray Long, MD Each time you vinyasa your wrists bear weight. Without the proper support, this can lead to injury. Use these poses to help build strength in your wrists and core. The key to protecting your wrists is—surprise!—a strong core. Evidence-based medicine demonstrates that a strong core can increase the […]
Originally published on Forbes.com by Cheryl Conner This week I revisited a great friend, Amelia Wilcox. Amelia is the Utah-based founder of Incorporate Massage who collaborated with me a year ago on this article: 6 Ways to Increase Employee Morale and Performance Without Giving a Raise. More than 55,000 readers have enjoyed that article so […]
One man is bringing corporate yoga to the Hong Kong business world. He’s on a mission to make yoga mats an essential fixture under every worker’s desk
Originally Published in Yoga Journal by Stacie Stukin Through years of yoga classes, I’ve gamely moved into Ardha Chandrasana (Half Moon Pose) hundreds of times—balancing precariously with one hand on the floor, the other reaching skyward, and one leg shooting back from my hips. I thought I had it mastered. Then I enrolled in a […]
Originally published on pilatesstyle.com by Leah Stewart How stress affects your health and helpful techniques to stay slim, fit and feeling good.
Original article in Yoga Journal BY NANCY WOLFSON Just after sunrise, I am lying on the floor of Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, New York. Next to me are 14 other students from the Market Development department at MTV Networks, here on a two-day corporate team-building retreat. The program includes sports, hikes, a croquet […]
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