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.
Most athletic trainers will agree that the human mind plays an integral role in increasing strength. Achieving the mental state to lift heavier weights for longer may be a lot simpler than you think.
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.
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.