Tag Archives: mindfulness

One Breath at A Time

  Eckart Tolle says “one conscious breath” constitutes meditation. In other words, there are endless spaces we can create during our day for meditation that may be far more effective then trying to sit for 20 minutes, wrestling with the monkey mind. Meditation can happen at any minute of our day, and we can build […]

Breath of Life

  What is one thing you can do when you are: getting angry during a conflict, frustrated with unchanging circumstances, feeling overwhelming grief, or struggling with pain and suffering in your body? Deep, centering breathing. No one has to know you’re doing it, you don’t have to leave where you are. Yet, the simple act […]

Mindfulness: a key to unlocking your health

The resources available for what it means to be healthy and how to achieve wellness can be overwhelming. There are many hands in the pot that filter information received by the general public. This can lead to confusing and often contradictory information. One week red meat is the cause of heart disease, the next it’s […]

Meditation: Empowering yourself one breath at a time

The word meditation can evoke immediate feelings of dread, eye rolling, or a sense of failure at creating a practice. Many of us have been told to meditate or that meditation can benefit us in nebulous terms. Mediation can, in fact, empower us to improve our health in many ways. As we move deeper into […]

Breathing: A Simple Way To Improve Well-Being

By Stephanie Grant, LAc Healthy breathing is perhaps the simplest, significant change we can make to improve our health. Deep, full, slow breathing teaches the body to be calm, improves mental clarity and focus, and nourishes our tissues. In Chinese medicine, the breath supports the lung organ system, allowing us to feel inspired and full of life. The […]

How I Overcame Depression

Today I feel inspired to share a more personal story with you. For most of my childhood, through early twenties, I struggled with depression. A number of physicians wanted to put me on antidepressants. I chose to avoid them, because I felt that I had some concrete reasons for feeling blue. But then that blue feeling […]

Five Ways to Overcome Stress

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you may have noticed that my posting dwindled over the past few months. This has been due to a combination of growth in my professional practice and a new project that I am working on with Revolver Yoga Studio. I’ll tell you more about this special […]