Destination Wellness Blog
Having good posture is about more than looking good. It helps you to develop and maintain strength, flexibility, and alignment in your body. These can all lead to less muscle pain and more energy throughout the day. Proper posture also reduces stress on your muscles,...
No conversation is more elemental than a conversation between strangers on a long bicycle ride. I used to cycle with a club in Maine. When you cycle regularly with the same people, you form a wonderful bond with those who ride at your speed and effort. But I’ve also...
Even when we don’t acknowledge them, our hormones are always there. Sometimes working for us and for others, it feels like they are working against us. They work behind the scenes and play an important role in how we act, think, feel, and even in how we look.Hormone...
It is commonly known and accepted that touch from one human being to another is beneficial, even necessary to our wellbeing. But when it comes to touching the dying many people are not comfortable with doing that.
Energy Medicine is becoming more mainstream in the medical community as a “new field” of medicine, but it actually has ancient roots and draws heavily from Eastern health practices and disciplines.
When we are more aware of the fact that our bodies are important in terms of our personal growth, we may find it easier to nurture them.
You have probably heard the often quoted “eat your vegetables!” Though the message may not sound appealing, the advice is good. Read on to find out why vegetables are our allies, how to actually eat more of them, and for some refreshing recipe ideas to put it all into practice.
Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has plenty; not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some. — Charles Dickens
This is the time of year when we’re really beginning to notice the days lengthening. The Light returns. Yes, winter is still here, but some of us have started planting seeds for this summer’s garden.
For me it was a process of realizing that even the most prized and cherished possessions, containing fond memories, boils down to being “Stuff”.
It is said to take 30 days to break a habit. Only 8% of Americans keep their resolutions throughout the year. I would like to suggest instead to add something new to your tool box of healthy choices.
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