One of the special things about the practice of Tai Chi is the relationship between movement and breath. Over time and with consistent practice, the breathing is maintained in a deep and steady rate, even when the exercise is quite vigorous. This combination of deep and slow breathing while exercising is unusual and gives the combined benefits of exercise and meditation...
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Our gut is responsible for digestion, immunity and our body's serotonin levels (the feel good hormone) - so shouldn't we all be taking better care of it?
Yes in a nutshell!
It may seem as though Mindfulness has sprung onto the scene out of nowhere over the past year or so, and absolutely everyone is talking about it, but essentially it’s a very very old practice re-branded for a modern age. It originated with the Buddhist monks, but in more recent years the techniques have been formalised by western medicine and called Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) or Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)...
The treatment and prevention of sports injuries
By Simon Leung.
The Rio Olympics have arrived! Have you been as glued to your TV as we have?