Tag: mental health

Ellen Welcomes Transcendental Meditation Expert Bob Roth

ELLEN DEGENERES: This is the guy. If you’re going to learn transcendental meditation, he’s the guy to learn it from. You have taught so many amazing people. But we don’t want to name-drop right now. So tell people what TM is, exactly. BOB ROTH: So transcendental meditation is a very simple, natural, easily learned technique […]

ALIGN – Yoga for Mental Health – Program Introduction

Hi, I’m April and I’m the Owner and Creative Director at Yoga by Sarah. I’m also a Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator, as well as registered social worker. Hi, I’m Nicole. I’m a Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator, and I’m also a registered social worker. Hi, I’m Brianna. I’m a registered psychotherapist and […]

How Exercise Improves Your Memory

Exercise makes you thinner and does all sorts of other stuff. But who cares about that because it makes your brain stronger too! Hey guys, Trace here for DNews. We all know that exercise is good for us. Getting off the couch and onto the treadmill strengthens our muscles, increases blood flow, gives us energy […]

SLEEP BETTER and Faster | 10 Minute Daily Routines

Hello Earth Citizens. In this video, I will demonstrate a quick exercise you can do when you can’t fall asleep. This is called Toe Tapping Exercise and it’s great because it brings all the mental activity you have that is causing you not to sleep down to the bottom of your body, towards your feet. […]

The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki

What if I told you there was something that you can do right now that would have an immediate, positive benefit for your brain including your mood and your focus? And what if I told you that same thing could actually last a long time and protect your brain from different conditions like depression, Alzheimer’s […]

How we developed Yoga for Carers

2.7 million Australians are unpaid carers who dedicate their life to supporting a loved one with a disability or illness. We’re really lucky they do because it would cost the health system more than $60 billion to replace them. But caring isn’t easy. Carers have a lower level of wellbeing, they’re more prone to anxiety […]