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For centuries, dance manuals and other writings have lauded the health benefits of dancing, usually as physical exercise. More recently we've seen research on further health benefits of dancing, such as stress reduction and increased serotonin level, with its sense of well-being. Most recently we've heard of another benefit: Frequent dancing apparently makes us smarter. A major study added to the growing evidence that stimulating one's mind by dancing can ward off Alzheimer's disease and other dementia, much as physical exercise can keep the body fit. Dancing also increases cognitive acuity at all ages.

Dancing Makes You Smarter

Dancing Makes You Smarter
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Yoga has been around for a long, long time. The earliest reliable evidence we have of Yoga being practiced in ancient India is a carving from the early Indus Valley settlement, Mohenjo-Daro, possibly dating back to 3300 BCE1. By way of comparison, Lao Tze, Socrates, and Buddha wouldn't be born until almost 3,000 years later. So in order to provide a truly comprehensive history of Yoga would entail the work of a lifetime (or lifetimes!). What follows instead is a brief timeline and "genealogy" of the major influences in Yoga going as far back as we have reliable documentation, which is a bit more than 2,000 years or so. (Much beyond that and we have to rely mostly on speculation based on archaeological evidence.) The Big Book of Yoga: The Yoga Family Treehouse (page 1 of 4)

The Big Book of Yoga: The Yoga Family Treehouse (page 1 of 4)

Welcome! 8.8.2013: Had some intermittent server problems over the last couple of weeks. Things should be back up to speed now. Sorry if it got in your way! MyStar is a stellar lifecycle game. Here you can create different types of stars, in different parts of the galaxy. MyStar MyStar