Spring sports season is upon us, and that means soccer, basketball, and an array of other sports activities. It also means bumps, bruises, and bandages. It's okay to let your child play their favorite sport, but proceed with caution. Yes, your child will probably get hurt, but you can help minimize their injuries. These three techniques can save you a trip to the ER. Play it Safe Be part of the S.A.F.E. team. Speak up. Believe it or not, your words on the playing field speak louder ... Continue Reading
Spring is in the air and so are the inevitable cuts, scrapes, and broken bones. What can a parent do to minimize these injuries? Three techniques, no ER.
Incorporation Svadhyaya philosophy into exercise, and thinking about your motives when it comes to exercise.
In yoga there are many principles for healthy living. One of these is called "Svadhyaya" - which translates to self-reflection or examination. While the New Year is an excellent time to reflect on the past year and look at ways we want to improve our selves, Svadhyaya should be done regularly, even seasonally or in the natural course of life. Exercise and health are often at the top of many “resolutions”, and often the first ones broken. While many people have different reasons for ... Continue Reading