Weight, other than physical appearance, can affect a person in many different ways. This could be the overall quality of life, self-esteem, depression, health risks, and physical in capabilities.
Once a person experiences some weight loss they can realise there are a lot of positive changes in their life. It is for that reason, why a lot of people are searching for a weight loss technique that will move those fats and get a super slim head turner body. Read More
Tai Chi is a form of Chinese martial art and is mainly practiced for health benefits which include ways of dealing with stress and tension. There are two basic types of martial arts, the hard type and the soft type. Tai Chi is a type of soft martial arts. Tai Chi is similar to meditation and emphasizes complete relaxation. The characteristics of Tai Chi are soft, slow and flowing movements of force instead of brute strength. The movements must be executed slowly and precisely. Read More
Doing yoga at home is not just for yoga teachers and hard-core yogis. It’s what we should all be striving to do, in my opinion. Now, with the internet, it’s easier than ever … but it can be potentially dangerous too!
The internet didn’t exist though, when I first started yoga. Perhaps that was a good thing. The only real option (to me at least) was going to India … the source, which is exactly what I did, spending years in yoga ashrams and studying with various yoga teachers along the way. Read More
Submitted by Jill Cohen
Wed, 27 Apr 2011
There are many forms of yoga to choose from. How do you know what you’ll enjoy? It helps to try out a few styles of yoga to see which resonates for you. However, if you have physical difficulties or recently had surgery then it is best to stick with a gentle yoga class or restorative stretching instruction. Read More