Archive: March 2017

Musings on wholebeing@work
The many flavors of yoga

The many flavors of yoga

I had been practicing yoga for about 5 years when an experienced yoga friend asked me what "kind" of yoga I did. I had no idea. Were there "kinds" of yoga? I was practicing with a teacher who I had started with at my gym and then followed to her small classes at her home studio. I would ride my...

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Fly eagle fly

Fly eagle fly

It was my first real injury and I can’t even remember the details of how I got hurt or even what was injured. I could not run or do aerobics. As an active runner and weight training gym rat in my late 20s, I was not happy. It was clear this was going to require more than a few days to...

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What’s your purpose?

What’s your purpose?

In 2014, I listened to a webinar from the American Association of Health Promotion, called The Purpose and Health Issue with some really interesting people talking about life, health and your life purpose. I recently revisited the presentation and the TEDx Talk by one of the participants, Sarah...

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dogs of every kind

dogs of every kind

Like us, the ancient yogis did a whole lot of sitting around. They did not have laptops or double monitors, ergonomic chairs or sit-stand desks. They sat on the ground meditating for probably as many hours as many of us sit today. They got tired of sitting. Their wonderful puppies probably sat much...

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