Walking, strength training and yoga are just a few of the ways that being physically active during menopausal changes eases our days and benefits mind and body.
Overdoing garden work can produce aches and pains, but by integrating yoga positions while planting and weeding, we can emerge pain-free after hours of being on our knees and bending.
By strategically working certain muscles in strategic sequences, we can get fit in a 10-minute, 10-step workout just three times a week.
Originally designed as toys, exercise balls are now used for everything from building core stability to helping healthcare patients regain mobility.
Walking 10,000 steps a day began as a pedometer marketing ploy, but it’s become a goal worth striving for because of the way it beats back diseases like diabetes and breast cancer.
Athletes in a wide range of sports are finding that natural diets and holistic healing modalities help them achieve their personal best.
Not all stretches are alike, so it helps to know what kind to do for what purpose.
Even in our later years, we can strengthen our bones with the right targeted movements.
The prominent New York yoga teacher counsels us never to berate ourselves about our practice and to set aside time for asanas and exploration of different yoga traditions.
Blissful moments in nature can be found just minutes away from home, if we know where to look.