Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Art of Breathing — Guest Post

Jes­si­ca Wolf’s guest arti­cle on Carl Stough and the Art of Breath­ing. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Above Average Speed of Walking Predicts Longer, Healthier Life

Get walk­ing. It’s nev­er too late. And walk­ing speed makes a huge dif­fer­ence to the enjoy­ment of life as we age. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Experiencing Chronic Pain? Rediscover the Joy of Gentle Movement

Peo­ple with fibromyal­gia or chron­ic pain will get a def­i­nite health boost by becom­ing more phys­i­cal­ly active. But it can be hard to increase your phys­i­cal activ­i­ty if your body hurts all the time. Before you get dis­tract­ed by exter­nal, quan­tifi­able exer­cise goals, dis­cov­er the play­ful ways you can enjoy the sim­ple joy of body move­ment. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Sciatica, Part 2: Not All Sciatica is Alike. Don’t Overlook This Important Clue

There are two basic types of sci­at­ic nerve pain. Dis­cov­er the dif­fer­ence, and you’ll be bet­ter pre­pared to help your doc­tor get to the root of your prob­lem. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Sciatica, Part 1: How Your Body’s Brilliant Design Keeps You Free of Sciatic Pain Almost All the Time

Patients often ask me why they have sci­at­ic pain or anoth­er prob­lem. First things first — you can’t under­stand why you have pain until you appre­ci­ate how your body effort­less­ly keeps you out of pain near­ly all the time. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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