Next time you’re in a group, look around. One of every four people in the room will have a mental health issue at some point in their life. When you widen the circle to include those of us who love, work, or interact with people experiencing a...

When Army veteran Antwan Martin returned home from serving in the Iraq war, he felt he had lost a part of himself. To cope, he shut himself down emotionally. But through a scholarship to Omega's yoga for veterans retreat, he's learning how to...

Have you noticed that when you do something nice for someone—like buy them a coffee, help them move, or offer them a compliment—you feel a little...

The greatest promise offered by the ancient mind-body practice of qigong is that we can heal our own pain and suffering. Refined for millennia, this Chinese meditative exercise system focuses on absorbing and cultivating life-force energies,...

Do you suffer from difficulty falling asleep, restless slumber, early morning waking, or dream disturbed sleep? Imbalances in our hearts, minds, and bodies disturb the mind, causing insomnia and stress. The result is physical and emotional...

We are all vulnerable to craving. Whether it’s a compulsion to constantly check social media, binge eat, smoke, excessively drink, or any other behavior we may find ourselves uncontrollably repeating. Why are bad habits so hard to overcome? Can...

The Bob Woodruff Foundation awarded a grant to Omega Institute to provide scholarships for the Healing From Military Trauma retreat offered in June 2017 to 13 female veterans.

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Queen Afua, natural health practitioner and founder of the Queen Afua Wellness Center, describes the importance of establishing and maintaining healthy daily practices to achieve holistic well-being.

My journey into chronic pain lasted over 15 years. Initially, I had no idea what was happening. A successful spine surgeon, I thought I was bulletproof. But, after years of practice, I began to sweat during surgery, and by 1990, I was...