Yoga has much to offer people in the criminal justice system, including those who are incarcerated or otherwise system-involved as well as those who work as correctional officers, administrators, or other criminal justice professionals.

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At the age of 86, Hedwige Kuepper uses qigong to take charge of her body, her breath, and her life. She even teaches qigong at the senior center down the road from her house. Learning from qigong masters like Robert Peng at Omega's Super...

New research into the effect of childhood trauma on adult illness reveals a deeper relationship than previously recognized between adverse childhood events, stress, and trauma, and chronic diseases in adulthood.

In this experiential and...

Disease tells a story, not just of biology but also biography. It is important for clinicians to listen to, and integrate, both stories in our work with patients in their quest for healing.

Stress is a contributing factor in illness. The...

Are you dissatisfied with the relationship you have with food and your body? To truly nourish ourselves, we need to look at what is on our plate and also what is beyond it. Physical symptoms like sugar cravings, overeating, and fatigue, as well...

Your body is designed to remain healthy, pain-free, and energetic throughout its lifespan—regardless of chronological years. Groundbreaking new science suggests we have more control over the aging process than previously thought. We no longer...

Thousands of people have overcome cancer against tremendous odds, but their stories are too often kept quiet.

New York Times best-selling author Kelly Turner studied 1,500 cases of radical remission—people who had complete...