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You think you know how to breathe?

In August 2014 I have participated in a life-changing seminar called Restorative Breathing, taught by Lois Laynee, Ph.d. The idea was brilliantly simple, the exercises taught in class were great. I highly recommend any health practitioner or just a layman to take that class with Lois. In a few words, optimal breathing in a healthy […]

Your brain has restart buttons

And it is called the Brain Buttons! The more I study the body and mind, the more I realize that most powerful tools are also the most simple ones. And they are often totally free. Here is one of the most important tools I have come across in my life. I have been using it […]

How legs against the wall help with sleep

Having your legs up on the wall helps to de stress. No, really, it does. Here is how: Stress is deeply connected to your diaphragm for when it moves freely, the rib cage can expand, the lungs can fill more fully and the PNS (Parasympathetic Nervous System) wakes up. Diphragm also helps to pump the […]

What your teeth are telling you?

Today I had an interesting massage class where all fourteen of us put on hospital gloves and went into each other`s mouth for intraoral muscle`s stretching. Sounds dangerous, right? Before I put my pinky between Ruth`s wisdom tooth and tongue, I thought that too. Nope. All went well, my fingers are intact and so is […]