Identification and and short-circuiting of the “cue-routine-reward” loop with habitual behaviors and reflexive responses isn't always as easy as it seems... Research has isolated three components of every habit: The behavior you want to change. This is also known as the Routine The trigger --the Cue--that sets off the behavior What you want to get… Continue reading Changing Habits
Accept yourself for who and what you are. If you decide to make changes in your life, do so because you decide to, not someone else. Stand up for what you believe in. You are your own best champion, so put on your superhero cape and greet the world with flair. There are… Continue reading Stop Wishing, Start Doing
Here's a link to some great research by the Heart-Math Institute: The Science of the Heart
More and more Western doctors are prescribing yoga for their patients. Why? Learn more about yoga as therapy here.
What's with Endorphins? The endorphins are your body’s “feel-good” chemicals-- did you know that they may not be responsible for the so-called “runner’s high” after exercise? While endorphins increase in your blood following the stress of exercise, they don’t cross your blood-brain barrier and therefore may not trigger exercise-induced euphoria Read more about endorphins here....