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Mindful Walking Exercise

April 25th, 2018

By Linda Smith, PA, MS Description of Mindful Walking Mindfulness is an ability that can be practiced at any point in our day, either in stillness or in movement. For many, the idea of sitting still to meditate can be challenging, especially with long days of commuting and sitting at work. Though generally performed with the sole purpose of ...

To Yoga or Not To Yoga with Cancer

April 18th, 2018

By Kimberly Carson, MPH, C-IAYT, E-RYT Yoga has gained a notable reputation for helping us feel stronger, more balanced and more at ease. What about when we are going through some of the most difficult medical territory of our modern world, the cancer journey? Is yoga still an important tool for self-care? Our research suggests that it is. ...

Finding Peace with Reiki

April 11th, 2018

By Deborah Dixon, Reiki Master Teacher Our energy is scattered when our thoughts and emotions are moving from the past to the future and constantly reacting to the stimuli around us. We lose the feeling of wholeness that we crave -- that feeling of peace we somehow know is our birthright. Many of us have not experienced a sense of wholeness ...

Resting in the Hakomi Principles: Unity, Organicity, Mind-Body Holism, Mindfulness, & Nonviolence

April 4th, 2018

By Julia Corley, Certified Hakomi Teacher, NC LMBT #2123 Hakomi Mindful Somatic Psychology is centered on five principles inspired by ancient wisdom from the East and modern concepts from the West. These principles both guide the flow of a session and outline a path for moving towards wholeness. When we approach ourselves or our clients more like a gardener ...

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