Looking for a quick meditation exercise to relieve stress? Owings Mills health coach Yvonne Bull introduces you to a box breathing routine that has been used for years by first responders, the Navy Seals, and others.
How much you sleep and your stress levels are directly related. Improving your sleep helps reduce your stress and pays dividends in all areas of your life. So what are some simple tips you can do to improve your sleep hygiene? Midlothian health coach Jaime Monsen offers five in this video.
Are you finding yourself stressed out? Finding a fun activity is key to managing stress levels. Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley offers seven ideas, from coloring to journaling, for fun activities you can do to relieve stress.
There are many things that factor into heart health. Three of the biggest components you control are diet, exercise, and sleep. In this video, Owings Mills health coach Yvonne Bull offers a few thoughts on each and talks about how they all can contribute positively to overall heart health. What the video below and read on for a transcript.
A good night's sleep is vital to improve your immune system. Good sleep allows your body to recharge and reset, which helps you exercise and eat better, which all ties together to boost your immunity.
Pranayama is a yoga practice meaning "life force." It focuses on breathing exercises that help calm and restore the body. In this video, Richmond health coach Lindsey Patton demonstrates a form of pranayama called alternate nostril breathing. Watch the video below and read on for a brief guide.
Vinyasa is a style of yoga that focuses on moving between postures using your breath. It's a great way to get into a moving meditation. Join Richmond health coach and certified yoga instructor Lindsey Patton in this video as she teaches a 30-minute vinyasa class. Follow along below!