Rethinking Resolutions (Guest Post)

Posted on Monday, December 20th, 2010

By Jaymie Meyer, CWP, ERYT-500 The holidays are fast approaching and are often stressful. So I’d like to share a practical, creative tool from the Yoga Sutras that I have found extremely helpful for responding to stress in a positive way. The Yoga Sutras consist of 196 aphorisms compiled by the sage Patangali in the […]


Cultivate Joy as an Antidote to Overwhelm from Stress (Guest Post)

Posted on Monday, December 13th, 2010

While change is part of the very definition of life itself, it sometimes seems to be happening at a greater rate and magnitude than ever – like now. From technological innovation that once belonged more to sci-fi than real life to climate change and escalating national and global tensions, we seem to be witnessing truly […]


Biosis 31: Realizing What Counts, Healing as Process & More

Posted on Friday, November 19th, 2010

  The new issue of our quarterly newsletter Biosis is available online now. In this issue: JoAnne’s Motivational Minute: Realizing What Counts“When you think about how you spent your most memorable holidays, what do you remember first and best – the gifts you got or gave, or the people you shared the holidays with?” Dr. […]


Understanding Stress & Mental Fitness: Techniques for Building Resilience (Guest Post)

Posted on Friday, October 8th, 2010

Fr. Stephen, MSC/Flickr   Corporate and other wellness programs primarily focus on aspects of physical health, but mental fitness is an area worth exploring. While it may be hard to imagine we can directly affect this aspect of our being, current studies reveal that we have much more control than previously thought when it comes […]


A Drug-free Way to Manage Overwhelm, Stress and Uncertainty (Guest Post)

Posted on Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Lately, more people tell me they are overwhelmed. We witness and hear about more things now than any human beings before us. There is an onslaught of information which on its own can be overwhelming. But we are also in a time of rapid change, causing many people to transform their ideas and even their […]


Healing Breast Pain: A Holistic Approach (Guest Post)

Posted on Friday, June 18th, 2010

Do you ignore physical problems such as pain while plodding through life? Nagging symptoms come with messages to be aware of what’s happening within and around you, but in our fast-paced culture, few take the time to hear them. Breast pain is one of these messages that many women ignore, believing little can be done […]


Maintaining Balance in Unusual Times (Guest Post)

Posted on Friday, June 4th, 2010

We’ve finally arrived at the threshold of the long-awaited Summer of 2010. Stargazers have been wondering what this particular summer might bring because there is a rare alignment of planets in the sky. The last time they danced together was during the revolutionary mid-60s when the unexpected coincided with social unrest and an unraveling of […]


Why It’s So Hard to Tell Which Tooth Aches & Other News of Note

Posted on Friday, April 30th, 2010

Why It’s So Hard to Tell Which Tooth Has the Ache (Wired) When it comes to a toothache, the brain doesn’t discriminate. A new imaging study shows that to the brain, a painful upper tooth feels a lot like a painful lower tooth. The results, which will be published in the journal Pain, help explain […]



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