meditation

For those of us who meet frustration every time we attempt to be still and focus, one option is a walking meditation.
The first time I tried vipassana meditation I thought, "Oh goodness, this can't be it!" But now it brings my deepest and most profound sits.
As this meditation allows for shifting awareness, it is a good place to start if you find it difficult to sit in stillness.
I have been using this nighttime meditation and exercise for a few weeks, and I have yet to make it all the way through before falling asleep.
This meditation benefits your own mindset, but also strengthens your compassion, relationships, and empathy for others.
This is a great practice when you are overwhelmed and meditation seems like a tall task.
Visualization can help you achieve strength, flexibility, reduced time, or a large feat like completing a marathon.
What does it mean to follow your bliss, and how do you know when you're doing it? Here are some practices and tips on finding that place for yourself.
If I can get past my ego and realize I am acting based on a past experience. I can question whether that experience has value in the present.
You go to the gym to work your body, but do you also take time to focus on developing a stronger, clearer mind space?
While the study of the energetic body according to TCM and yoga is a life's worth of work to itself, here are some exercises you can do to build up your energetic health.
Starting this week I'm going to be sharing my "work-ins" with you in the hopes that you can join me in creating a healthy practice for your body and mind - and find the happiness you are seeking.
Traver is a strength and conditioning coach, a performance nutrition specialist, and a licensed acupuncturist. Here are ten of Traver's articles on all of the above, and more.
There is a misconception that athletes want a challenging and power-based yoga practice. I always ask my athletes what they need and it is always a unanimous response of stretching and meditation.
The age old saying “take a deep breath” is a wise one. Think of your holiday meditation as your daily hibernation to bring you back into balance.
There is nothing wrong with a pre-Thanksgiving meal workout. Maybe this year it can have an intention of gratitude.
What if I told you that peace of mind is possible with consistency and discipline, and without much time? You can tap into the subconscious and unconscious minds, too, with practice and consistency.