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Qigong exercises are designed to help you preserve your Jing, strengthen and balance the flow of Qi energy, and enlighten your Shen. Its dynamic exercises and meditations have Yin and Yang aspects: The Yin is being it; the Yang is doing it. Yin qigong exercises are expressed through relaxed stretching, visualization, and breathing. Yang qigong exercises are expressed in a more aerobic or dynamic way. They are particularly effective for supporting the immune system. Qigong’s physical and spiritual routines move Qi energy through the Twelve Primary Channels and Eight Extra Channels, balancing it, smoothing the flow, and strengthening it. Anyone of any age or physical condition can do Qigong. 5 Great At-Your-Desk Stretches. It usually strikes around 3:00 p.m.: Your shoulders get stiff and sore, your eyelids become heavy.
All you want to do is curl up for a quick catnap. But instead you must deal with a phone that won't stop ringing, a relentless barrage of e-mails and whatever else has you stuck in front of the screen. Weightwatchers. Flowing Body, Flexible Mind stress management technique. 8 Weight-Free Workouts - Fitness Center. The Hypothyroidism Workout. Your thyroid gland may be tiny, but it plays a big role in how well your body functions.
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36 Pictures To See Which Muscle You’re Stretching. It’s easy to forget to stretch.
It’s often overlooked because the results are not as visible as lifting weights and squatting—or so you thought. Stretching can lead to better posture, fewer aches and pains, greater confidence. It releases dopamine which helps you feel happier and more positive about the world! Vicky Timón, a yoga expert and author of “Encyclopedia of Pilates Exercises,” created these beautiful illustrations, and James Kilgallon, CSCS, creator of Mazlo’s Body Maintenance Program, contributed the expert commentary. 1. Muscles highlighted: Rectus Abdominus and External Obliques. 2. Muscles highlighted: Adductors. Release Tension in the Psoas.
Remember a morning when curling up into a ball and pulling the covers over your head seemed the only reasonable response to the upcoming day?
Contraction into the fetal position may seem like one of the less debilitating responses to stress, but it’s rarely an option—at least not one with a satisfactory result. Nevertheless, part of the stress response hardwired into our nervous system is the contraction of the major flexors of the torso—somewhat like the response of a caterpillar if you poke it with a twig. A verbal jab from a co-worker, the close call on the freeway, a long-standing argument with your spouse, free-floating anxiety—all of these elicit a contraction in the flexors. This is the tightening in the gut, the hunching of the shoulders, the sinking of the heart. As with all responses to stress, the problem is that the response becomes habitual, resulting in chronic tension and contraction, which we then experience as our “normal” state.