Breast/chestfeeding is a spectrum—let’s respect all the forms equally.
KOMBUCHA | NEED: Live Scoby (can order online but finding a friend to share is much better) 1 C. Starter Kombucha (bottle of plain kombucha from supermarket) 1 gallon glass jar Cheese-cloth or thin towel to cover Rubber band to put around cloth Organic black tea Organic or natural cane sugar 1 gallon distilled waterContinue reading “Make Yourself Some Kombucha!”
1. Respiratory Pattern This is something we have talked about extensively in previous blog posts and various public presentations. Basically, you need to breathe with your diaphragm. Your abdomen should expand out in a 360-degree fashion equally to all sides. You should be breathing all the way down to your pelvic floor as if youContinue reading “8 Basic Principles of Human Motion”
1. Want what you already have. Realize the solution to your unhappy life is right in front of you. Focus on being content with where you are and what you already have. Learn to appreciate what you already have. Never take anything for granted. Don’t root your sense of happiness in possessions or achievements. BeContinue reading “7 Lessons to Adapt a Stoic Mindset”
PART 3 Hopefully you were able to read parts 1 and 2, where we discussed some of the reasons why proper breathing is important. Now the rubber meets the road. Time to do something about it! Let’s get into the “how”. We discussed a pop can analogy in part 2, describing one opened pop canContinue reading “Just Breathe! Part 3”
PART 2 In part 1, we discussed a few of the many ways breathing affects us systemically. Hopefully it answered some of the “why” breathing is important. Let’s dive into some more “why”, this time looking at the musculoskeletal side of things. If you have ever paid attention to how a healthy baby breathes, youContinue reading “Just Breathe! Part 2”
PART 1 I’m light as a feather, but the strongest person can’t hold me for much more than a minute. What am I? Breath! It’s something that most people don’t typically even think about… something so simple, yet so vital. We can control our respiration consciously, but a majority of the time it is controlledContinue reading “Just Breathe! Part 1”