“You should meditate each day for twenty minutes. If you don’t have time, you should meditate each day for an hour.” — Zen Proverb Take a moment now to close your eyes and breathe deeply and count to ten. Go ahead, I’ll wait for you. Okay, now how do you feel? In just ten seconds, you can reduce your stress
The Staff and the Body Bo Yoga brings martial arts to traditional practice LEAD STORY | DECEMBER 31, 2015 | BY DAEMION LEE Instructor Nate Guadagni leads a Bo Yoga class. Photo: Todd Cooper Read Original Article Here Like yoga but with a stick, Bo Yoga combines elements of yoga with a bo, a wooden staff used in the Japanese martial
Have you wondered what the most popular resolutions are for 2017? Top 10 New Years resolutions for 2017 Source: Statistic Brain / Survey : 1,129 paticipants 1. Lose Weight / Healthier Eating 21.4% 2. Life / Self Improvements 12.3% 3. Better Financial Decisions 8.5% 4. Quit Smoking 7.1% 5. Do more exciting things 6.3% 6. Spend More Time with Family / Close Friends 6.2% 7. Work out more
Some say, “you are what you eat.” and others say “the shoes make the man.” Although there may be some truth in these statements, upon deeper reflection I would say “you are what you think,” – or as Rene’ would say : “I think, therefore I am.” The National Science Foundation reports that we have between 30,000 to 50,000 thoughts
Try Bo Yoga Infinity Spins to improve your hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder flexibility, joint health and coordination. Very good for arthritis or carpal tunnel relief.
Bo Yoga combines the best of yoga, tai chi, and dance with the unique element of a Bo Staff to form a comprehensive system that is easy to learn and fun to practice. The secret weapon of Bo Yoga is the Bo Staff, a stable and flexible prop that is used in all aspects of the practice. It is used