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Meditation

Do you practice Mindfulness or Meditation? What’s the difference?

Genevieve meditates rock ocean

When you sit down to meditate, how do you begin? The focus on mind and body, the breath, a mantra – each of these practices allow the opportunity to quiet your thoughts and bring you to a state of stillness that can leave you feeling more refreshed and relaxed. Expanded awareness and the intention of…

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On the path to Perfect Health: Meditation

Genevieve Nedder Seated Meditation

As we enter a new year, it’s the perfect time for new, healthful practices. One of my renewed intentions is to expand my personal practice of daily meditation. To be honest, I’m re-arranging my schedule to include an early evening meditation at least twice a week. My evenings at home are more peaceful and relaxing when…

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Some know it as energy

Yin and Yang

By Guest Writer Sarkice Nedder More than any other time in the history of the world this is the time of awareness about the need to condition our bodies and increase our energy. The variety of types of ways to do so abounds, from Boot camp to Tai Chi; the craze is on. There are tried and…

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The Body as Teacher: What I’ve Learned Beyond the Power of Pilates

The human body is a terrific teacher; a miraculous, complex multi-layered marvel that most of us know very little about. In our Western world that spends so much time focused externally on the material world and identified with the mind, it’s important to consistently stop , find moments of stillness and quiet, and trust the…

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Tai Chi for Pain Relief!

By Guest Writer Sarkice Nedder Stop the Pain! Stop the NSAIDs and the Painkillers! Practice Tai Chi for pain relief. Tired of the constant pain in your body? Do you wake up with your back aching, knee pain, muscle and joint pain? Do you constantly rely on painkillers or ibuprofen and other NSAIDs for relief?…

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On Chi/Ki

ying/yang brith blue and light blue

Love this quote from my Dad. “If Chi/Ki were compared to an electrical current which drives a motor, it would be the spiritual current which drives the soul” – Sarkice Nedder

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Tai Chi for pain relief Part 1

 By Guest Writer Sarkice Nedder Tired of the constant pain in your body? ” Do you wake up with your back aching, knee pain, muscle and joint pain? Do you constantly rely on painkillers or ibuprofen and other NSAIDs for relief? Are you worried about the effect it has on your kidney and liver but you…

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The use of "Chi" in Physical Conditioning.

THE USE OF ENERGY (“CHI”) IN PHYSICAL CONDITIONING More than any other time in the history of the world this is the time of awareness about the need to condition our bodies. The variety of types of ways to do so abounds, from boot camp to Tai Chi; the craze is on. There are tried…

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