Yoga Twists

Yoga Twists benefit the digestive system, by stimulating and 'massaging' the internal organs in the abdomen.

QiGong Forms Part 2

QiGong is an ancient Chinese discipline, considered the basis on Martial Arts. The QiGong forms (short sequences) are inspired in the natural world and practiced preferably outdoors. QiGong practices are...

QiGong Forms Part 1

QiGong is an ancient Chinese discipline, considered the basis on Martial Arts. The QiGong forms (short sequences) are inspired in the natural world and practiced preferably outdoors. QiGong practices are calming, centring...

Resting Asanas

Balasana (child's posture): from hands and knees, bring you big toes together and knees apart as you bring your hips and gluten nearer to your heels. Arms stretch forward, rest your forehead on the mat; if this is difficult,...

Tadasana

Tadasana (mountain posture) is performed by standing with your feet hip-distance apart, lifting the sternum as you breathe, maintaining an open chest and relaxed shoulders. Imagining you have roots growing from the heel, the...

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Food as Medicine: The Power of Food for Women

Food as Medicine: The Power of Food for Women

Good health is key for a longer, happier life, but we often forget that the secret to good health isn’t hidden in a lab somewhere. Many times, the reason why we feel tired, sad, and unproductive, and why we experience seemingly unexplainable health problems, is...

Why Do Women Experience Brain Fog?

Why Do Women Experience Brain Fog?

We all experience short episodes of forgetfulness every once in a while: entering a room without knowing why, or not remembering the name of that actor we love so much. However, when these episodes keep on repeating, you suddenly start to miss important work meetings,...