Category Archives: Personal Stories

Indi­vid­u­als’ expe­ri­ence with health, health chal­lenges, ill­ness, and pro­mot­ing their health

My Son Got Off to a Lucky Start In Kindergarten

Thank­ful­ly, my son had a kinder­garten teacher who allowed plen­ty of hugs and phys­i­cal play. The anti-human touch trend in our soci­ety has gone way too far.… Con­tin­ue read­ing

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The Science of Chiropractic – After 120 Years, Still Ahead of the Times

The sci­ence of chi­ro­prac­tic and how it’s evolved. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Chiropractic and the Future of Healthcare

A future health­care sys­tem which does not make more exten­sive use of chi­ro­prac­tic is insane. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Guest Post — Dr. Karen Erickson’s Rules for Health

Dr. Karen Erick­son offers sim­ple guide­lines for health. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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How to Cook Without a Recipe

One of the most impor­tant parts of my col­lege expe­ri­ence has been the food co-op that I cooked and ate in for three years. The chal­lenge of prepar­ing a healthy meal for 30 peo­ple based on the some­times lim­it­ed ingre­di­ents that were avail­able, while also pro­vid­ing for the veg­ans, the lac­tose intol­er­ants and a host of oth­er spe­cif­ic dietary needs, brought out a cer­tain kind of focus and dri­ve that I was sel­dom capa­ble of out­side of that kitchen.

Here’s a few pieces of advice, and maybe some good anec­dotes too, for plan­ning and prepar­ing meals for a large group. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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The Art of Teaching Dance — Part 2

Part Two of an inter­view with Lau­ra Don­nel­ly, Alexan­der Teacher and Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor of Dance at Kansas State Uni­ver­si­ty. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Summer Reading — Guest Post by Teresa Knipper

This guest arti­cle by Tere­sa Knip­per express­es her pas­sion for the beau­ty of the nat­ur­al world.

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Janis Brenner: The Body Does Not Forget

Guest author Janis Bren­ner, chore­o­g­ra­ph­er, dancer, and teacher, shares her insight about the injuries she’s sus­tained through­out her career and the pos­i­tive mean­ing they have. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Guest Post: Walking Seniors Raise Fitness, Funds for Charity

One woman’s inspir­ing sto­ry of dis­cov­er­ing walk­ing as the ide­al way to improve fit­ness, raise funds for char­i­ty, and strength­en social ties. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Pay Attention to Your Body

The sto­ry of “Mike,” who recov­ered from carpal tun­nel syn­drome symp­toms by using the Alexan­der method. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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