Meditation is a powerful tool for managing your stress and enhancing your health, but it’s not the only way. Here are ideas for practicing present-moment awareness each day.
We can’t show up as our best self if we don’t make ourselves a priority or if we spread ourselves too thin. A wellness expert suggests 10 small but might ways to practice self-care.
When we think we’re multitasking, most often we aren’t really doing two things at once, but instead, individual actions in rapid succession.
The gentle, flowing movements of tai chi can build muscle and relieve stress. Find out how you can reap the benefits of this ancient Chinese practice.
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Not all yoga practices involve flowing or holding poses in a hot room. Yoga nidra promotes deep relaxation and no movement is involved. Learn how you can establish a yoga nidra practice.
The pandemic has changed our ability to get out and have fun. But you can beat boredom and enjoy life to its fullest with a few tips.
Silence is the antidote to the stressful lives we lead, offering benefits to both mind and body. Ready to make quiet time work for you? Then keep reading.
Forgot how to relax? Master the art of being Zen with these 8 relaxation techniques and learn why relaxation is so important.
Recognizing and giving thanks for the positive aspects in your life has many health benefits. A behavioral health therapist explains why you might want to consider keeping a gratitude journal.
Introducing your kids to mindfulness and meditation can be a rewarding experience to share, learning to be present together.