Far too many in the Black community are suffering in silence. Mental health must be part of the BLM conversation to defeat this silent killer. Here are three barriers to care we must overcome and four ways to make lasting change.
In time with the release of his new book, we chatted up bestselling author David Sheff on the transformation of Buddhist-practicing death row inmate Jarvis Jay Masters.
Canine wellness expert Amanda Ree dishes ayurvedic wisdom via dog dosha quizzes, balancing your furry friend's dosha and customizing it to meet your BFF's unique needs.
Slow down and take a breath. Allow your nervous system to calm, as you focus gently on your breath, progressively relaxing your body and gently deepening your breath into your belly. This gentle, progressive breathwork will help your body return to the rest-and-digest state so you can calm down, detoxify, rest, clear your mind, soothe inflammation. If you would like to play it at night, it will also help you to sleep.
Tight hips? Tight muscles are usually weak muscles. A stronger butt creates looser, healthier hips. Here's are some “butt core” yoga poses to strengthen your hips.
Just because you believe it doesn’t make it so. Good news: You can retrain your brain to challenge and conquer beliefs that limit you.
Together 24/7 (or for many years) and feel like you've said it all? Here are five ways to reboot the communication and create new and meaningful conversations between you and your partner.
Do no harm: Three surprising insights and reflections on the practice of ahimsa from the fungi on the forest floor, plus five practices for tapping in.
From improved sleep and circulation to reduced anxiety and more, regular exercise boosts immunity and strengthens the body’s defense against illness.
“Wellness is essentially being in tune with nature and aligning ourselves with the inherent wisdom that is within us all.” Here are seven ways to connect your body with nature.