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Importance of Breathing

The Importance of Breathing

            Breathing is an innate skill that most of us don’t think about. However, it is an essential part of healing, functional movement, and a key regulator of the body. Unbeknownst to many, dysfunctional breathing patterns develop throughout the lifetime due to stressors. If you look at a baby’s breathing


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Acupuncture

Acupuncture and Self-Actualization

Many people know that Acupuncture can be helpful for a myriad of physical concerns from head to toe, migraines to gout, and everything in between. More and more people are discovering that Acupuncture can help with stress and anxiety, but few people know of its ability to help you self-actualize or reach your highest potential.


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Outdoor meditation

Exercise and the Brain

Exercise effects two main areas of the brain. One, the prefrontal cortex and two, the hippocampus. The prefrontal cortex is the area behind your forehead that allows you to critically think, focus, make decisions and forms your personality. The hippocampus is responsible for processing and retaining long term memory. Dr. Wendy Suzuki proposes that “Exercise


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Video Game

Balance Training with Video Games

Most people know that physical therapy is often used to treat conditions that cause pain in just about all areas of the body. It is prescribed as a treatment following an injury in order to restore normal function. However, another major condition for which physical therapy is used is balance training. There are a myriad


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Legs

Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless legs syndrome, or RLS, is a common nerve condition where you have unpleasant creeping, tugging, or pulling feelings in your legs. You might also have an overwhelming urge to move your legs. The symptoms are usually worse at night or when you’re resting. Medical doctors don’t know the cause of RLS, and there’s no


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stretching

Stretching

The beginning of summer is a time for good weather, and with this nice weather comes a natural increase in the activity level of most people. Whether its playing sports, running, or other recreational activities, movement preparation cannot be understated. One cannot just “stretch” before performing the activity. This will set you up for failure,


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