Thank you Lauren for sending some Vitamin H. …..Humor!
My friend, certified yoga teacher and inspiration, Rebecca Snowball, is hosting a no-cost online speaker series to support men and women who are eager to incorporate the teachings of yoga into daily life and feel amazing more of the time.
The online summit, Vibrant Yoga Life, Ignite Your Radiant Health will be featuring 14 experts in the field of yoga, nutrition, and wellness, including me! Click here to register the free interview series. It’s free.
Join me and several of my colleagues, and get inspired to take yoga off your mat and into your life.
My talk, Magnified Miracles of Good Nutrition and Yoga, is helping to kick off this series on Monday, April 27th, at 2:00pm, PDT.
I would love you to be on the call as I teach you:
This is a convenient and fun way for us come together outside. If you can’t make the call, live, not to worry, every call will be recorded and will be available for 48 hours after each call airs.
Click here to register for the free interview series and I’ll see you on the call.
High blood pressure is one of the main risk factors for heart disease. Studies have also shown that hugging lowers blood pressure and with it reduces the risk of heart diseases. For people with weak hearts or high blood pressure, this one is probably the most important one from all the health benefits of hugging.
Several studies have shown that hugging makes you happier (what a surprise!). Hugs increase the level of hormone called oxytocin. This hormone is a trigger for bonding and caring responses. This hormone makes you feel calmer and less anxious.
When you think about it – it´s pretty obvious. But do you know, how hugging is good for your relationship? Hugging releases the hormones serotonin and dopamine. Those hormones make you feel good and lift your mood. As a result you feel more closer to the person who makes you feel good. Good relationship has also a positive effect on your overall health.
Those were the top 3 health benefits of hugging. But there are also other health benefits of hugging that should inspire you to hug more – longevity, stronger immune system and higher self-esteem. Some studies have even shown that hugging reduces some symptoms of Alzheimer’s.
Thank you Good Relaxation
Make 2015 the most joyous year of your life? What is holding you back? The first step is laughter, which, as it turns out, is a very powerful way to stimulate and invigorate our immune system, fundamental to our health.
All of the steps are Easy, Free, and Powerful. Acting together they provide a powerful arsenal of tools to overcome blockages, freeing us to experience the joyful life that each of us is entitled to.
Patricia Becker teaches yoga for Stanford University School of Medicine Health Improvement Program. She managed Common Ground Garden Supply for 14 years, and the Gourmet Vegetarian Dinners for several years. She has held a variety of positions at Hidden Villa Farm and Wilderness Preserve. She served on the Ecology Action Board of Directors for many years and the Ecological Farming Association Board of Directors as Secretary.
Patricia provides Wellness Coaching for Business Professionals using an integrated approach Nutrition Yoga and breath.
Speakers receive a gratuity from the audience; please show your support and appreciation with a donation ($5-10 suggested).
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