Tag "stress relief"

Manufactured Stress And the Power of Choice

Stress, fear and the power of choice. You cannot control what happens to you, only your reaction.

3 Mudras for Mood Enhancing

Mudras are powerful exercises stretching your hands and fingers. You use the power of your hands to press different reflexology points on your hands to send healing and release to different organs and the brain in your body.

3 Ways to Activate Self-Healing in Your Yoga Practice

Yoga can help you de-stress and there practice self-healing. Here’s 3 tips how!

3 Easy Meditation Hacks To Keep You Sane This Season

Many think they simply do not have time to meditate. If this sounds like you, then make meditation a priority this season!

Why Yin Yoga Is a Must for Type A Yogis

While power and hot yoga classes are receiving a lot of attention right now, there is a softer side of yoga that provides just as many benefits when it comes to mental strength and stress relief. Take a look at yin yoga and learn why it might be the best thing you do for yourself!

Letting Go

The mind, body and spirit are all connected, and when we open up on any level, this feeling of release can transfer to other parts of our being

Tips & Tricks to Turn Your Bathroom into a Zen Spa Sanctuary

Everyone needs a sanctuary from the rigors of modern life, but not everyone can remodel their home and spend a fortune doing it. Here are inexpensive solutions for creating your

5 Steps To More Zen, Less Stress

Despite living in a world which is more digitally connected and convenient than ever before, many of us are feeling more disconnected, broken and stressed. Statistics prove stress is killing

7 Easy Ways to Calm Your Mind

The world is a stressful place. If you don’t know how to manage your stress, you’ll end up absorbing all the negative energy in your surroundings. Here are 7 ways to keep calm and carry on.

The Key to Wellness Can Be Found in Ancient Mythology

Coming to your breath to handle stress is not a new concept. In fact ancient stories depict many of the same practices we have available to us today when dealing with negative emotions.