• Live Whole Health #138: Seated Tai Chi basic moves

    When we have aches and pains, we often notice our body “talking” to us. This Tai Chi basic moves practice helps with those aches and pains before they begin.

  • #Live Whole Heath #137: Connecting mind and body #6

    Connecting mind and body is important for your overall whole health. Your body responds to the way you think, feel, and act and this is often called the “mind-body connection.” 

  • #Live Whole Health #135: Relationships and mindfulness appreciation practice

    Relationships support our quality of life and contribute to our whole health. Relationships can affect our emotional, mental, and physical health and well-being. Connections to family, friends, community, and even animals can help reduce stress and improve physical and emotional well-being.

  • Live Whole Health #134: Seated Tai Chi basic moves

    Balance. Inner peace. Physical and emotional health. These are some of the possible benefits of a regular Tai Chi practice.

  • Live Whole Health #133: Finding Balance

    People refer to a poor “work-life balance,” finding themselves spending more time doing chores than going fishing, or having trouble finding the right mix for exercise and relaxation. How can these people find balance?

  • Live Whole Health #132: Tai Chi Warm-Ups

    Tai Chi is a simple mind/body practice, and these warm-ups enhance relaxation, calm and focus the mind, improve sleep, posture, strength, flexibility and balance.

  • Live Whole Health #131: The gift of music and movement

    Music is a gift that speaks to the heart and body. Even if you are not a dancer, you can still enjoy moving your body in gentle ways that will get your blood flowing and your muscles moving.

  • Live Whole Health #130: Body Scan with Loving Kindness Phrases

    Body scan, or being grateful for the ways that your body supports you, is a daily practice that can improve your life in many ways.

  • #Live Whole Health #129: Soft belly breathing

    Breathing slowly and deeply in through the nose and out through the mouth with a soft and relaxed belly can increase the body’s exchange of oxygen. This technique also stimulates the body’s rest and relaxation response. It quiets the areas of the brain that register fear and anger.

  • Live Whole Health #128: Connecting mind and body, session 4

    How can your body help your mind? How can we work on connecting them? What role does your breath play? The fourth session in this series, Connecting Mind and Body, will help to answer these questions.

  • Live Whole Health Episode 126: Introduction to Qigong

    Qigong uses exercises to optimize energy within the body, mind and spirit, with the goal of improving and maintaining health and well-being.

  • Live Whole Health #125: Grounding exercise and connecting with our senses

    This brief 3-minute grounding exercise will guide you through a simple process of slowing down, breathing, and connecting with your senses.

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