The importance of self-acceptance.
My experience training for a 5K
Can your vision be improved with chiropractic care? I’ve had two recent cases in which it has. And there are many more cases which have been reported in the literature.
Irmgard Bartenieff had a huge influence on my work and that of many others.
It’s not a story about little Timmy having fallen in the well. There’s more than one way a dog can “save your life.”
Sugar provides instant gratification to the brain’s pleasure centers. No wonder I like cookies so much! Unfortunately, the pleasure comes with many health risks.
My experience with Liz reinforced for me the risk of anesthesia, and also reminded me that the brain serves the body, not the other way around.
“Peer pressure” seems like a useless vestige from middle school. As adults, we should strive to live for our own values, driven by our own personal motivations. But what if you could use peer pressure to your advantage?
Thankfully, my son had a kindergarten teacher who allowed plenty of hugs and physical play. The anti-human touch trend in our society has gone way too far….
The science of chiropractic and how it’s evolved.
A future healthcare system which does not make more extensive use of chiropractic is insane.
Dr. Karen Erickson offers simple guidelines for health.
One of the most important parts of my college experience has been the food co-op that I cooked and ate in for three years. The challenge of preparing a healthy meal for 30 people based on the sometimes limited ingredients that were available, while also providing for the vegans, the lactose intolerants and a host of other specific dietary needs, brought out a certain kind of focus and drive that I was seldom capable of outside of that kitchen.
Here’s a few pieces of advice, and maybe some good anecdotes too, for planning and preparing meals for a large group.
Part Two of an interview with Laura Donnelly, Alexander Teacher and Assistant Professor of Dance at Kansas State University.
This guest article by Teresa Knipper expresses her passion for the beauty of the natural world.
Guest author Janis Brenner, choreographer, dancer, and teacher, shares her insight about the injuries she’s sustained throughout her career and the positive meaning they have.
One woman’s inspiring story of discovering walking as the ideal way to improve fitness, raise funds for charity, and strengthen social ties.
The story of “Mike,” who recovered from carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms by using the Alexander method.