Mike Hanson explains that all of the world’s wisdom traditions point out this truth: that the conventional strategy for happiness is both doomed and actually makes us unhappier. Here’s how to recognize the lies built into the conventional strategy for happiness to wake up from their spells. As you see through these lies, recognize the truth of fullness.
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Article Featured on Bozeman Wellness Center Holistic has become a buzzword in many households, health food stores, supermarkets, gyms, yoga studios, spas, and healing centers. What does it mean to be holistic? Are you taking herbs instead of antibiotics? Are you keeping your diabetes under control with diet and exercise? Do you meditate daily and […]
Tension & Trauma Release Exercises (or TRE®) is a simple yet innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. Watch Dr. Berceli’s introduction video.
From the Train Your Brain course, this in-depth article presents detailed instructions into developing the skills of mindful presence, concentration, and open-spaced mindfulness.
Article by Paul Swift | Featured on BikeFit Overview This article is focused on road bike fitting and not bike sizing. Often these two descriptions become intertwined but they are completely different. With that said, fitting a road bicycle works best when you start with the right size bike; or at a minimum a bicycle […]
We love this graphic guide to Warrior 1, except for how far back her head is. Gaze forward or slightly up, not up towards the ceiling. This pose is great for strengthening your hips, gluts quads, core, and arms. Such a strong pose! That’s why it’s called warrior! Read more below! by Amy Jirsa | Featured […]
Article By Mary Bauer | Featured on LiveStrong Extensive research by the University of Miami’s Touch Research Institute has revealed that human touch has wide-ranging physical and emotional benefits for people of all age groups. In the Institute’s experiments, touch lessened pain, improved pulmonary function, increased growth in infants, lowered blood glucose and improved immune function. […]
This is a fascinating video that simply explains the way our brains respond to stress, and trauma, many of which we all experience everyday, and the impact on our physical bodies, including pain, anxiety, sleep disturbance, digestive issues, and depression. Check out the video below!