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Listen To Your Body

Author : Lise Bourbeau
ISBN : 9782920932029
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 63.86 MB
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This book was written for those who have made a conscious decision to improve the quality of their lives and have decided to take control. The author provides the tools and the guidelines necessary for step by step personal development in every area of life. Based on the concept of Whole Mind Integration, the book is presented in five parts. Excercises at the end of each chapter provide the opportunity for guided practical application of the concepts presented.
Category: Health & Fitness

Listen To Your Body

Author : Niels H. Lauersen
ISBN : 9780684854113
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Offers cmprehensive, easy-to-understand answers to questions about women's bodies and health.
Category: Health & Fitness

Listen To Your Body

Author : Bisong Guo
ISBN : 0824824660
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Listen to Your Body shows how you can promote health and natural well-being by modifying everyday actions to improve the flow of qi (the universal principle of energy). Breathing, eating, drinking, resting, washing, and many other small but vital actions--if carried out in the right way--can result in profound changes in body function. To give readers an understanding of the body's own natural medicine, the authors provide a clear explanation of the foundations of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with reference to qi and its flow through the body's meridians, the balance of yin and yang, and the body's energy centers. Readers will learn how to tune in to the signals the body transmits to warn of impending health problems; numerous case histories illustrate how this highly developed information system of the body works. Later chapters address the art of relaxation, bringing together the TCM approach to health with recent scientific studies. Finally the authors describe in detail how to apply the natural medicine of the body to daily life. They discuss illness prevention and provide specific guidance for the management of a range of health disorders. Exercises and simple routines are given, together with the basis for their therapeutic effect.
Category: Health & Fitness

Don T Think Listen To The Body

Author : Akira Hino
ISBN : 1793103941
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At last, the lifetime work of a remarkable Japanese martial artist Akira Hino has condensed into one book titled "Don't Think, Listen to the Body!" The book proposes a new perspective on human body and movement and provides plenty of practice examples to awaken and increase enduring power within you. It is a must read for those who seek insights into what it means to be truly strong. Born in Osaka, Japan in 1948, Akira Hino is not only a renowned master of Japanese Budo (martial arts) but also a movement coach, teacher, choreographer, professional jazz drummer and author. His incredible physical ability was initially realized when he became a self-taught gymnast in junior high school. He was soon selected as one of the Tokyo Olympic qualifiers for the intensive training camp. As a professional jazz drummer, he performed with many acclaimed musicians such as Kaoru Abe during '70s and '80s. At the age of 30, he founded the Hino Budo Institute in Kumano, Wakayama. He formed the basis of the HIno Method through his rigorous training at the institute. The method is rooted in his study of the essence of martial arts, especially the words of the legendary masters in the history of Japanese classic martial arts. It is about developing the body to its full potential without relying on muscle strength and refining bodily intelligence. Unconventional, thought-provoking, and effective, the Hino Method and its philosophy have been resonating with people from all walks of life: martial artists, athletes, dancers, actors, educators, medical professionals, musicians, and scientists both in Japan and abroad.

Listen To Your Body

Author : Diana Cumberland
ISBN : 9781452585604
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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‘If your life becomes a nightmare, making it impossible to smile, listen to your body. Your feelings are a sign from your body, letting you know when something is not right.’ This book contains important messages to empower children to be proactive for their own safety and wellbeing. We cannot always safeguard our children from danger. So it is vital they learn to recognize signals from their bodies so they can keep themselves safe from harm. ‘Listen to your Body’ communicates the themes of Protective Behaviours: ‘Everyone has a right to feel safe all the time’ and ‘Nothing is so awful that you can’t talk about it with someone’. The story and illustrations combine effectively to convey these empowering messages in a positive manner. The author has carefully chosen words and pictures to stimulate discussion about safety without robbing children of their innocence. The appendix contains activities to help children recognize their own body signals and create their own personal network of people they can trust.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Full Body Presence

Author : Suzanne Scurlock-Durana
ISBN : 9781577318613
Genre : Self-Help
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Many teachers stress the importance of living in the present moment. Few give the actual practices to make it attainable. This book teaches you how to return to the incredible navigational system of the body and more fully inhabit each moment. For over twenty-five years, Suzanne Scurlock-Durana has masterfully taught her step-by-step practice of present moment awareness through her own combination of bodywork and CranioSacral therapy. The practices of Full Body Presence help you find a deeper awareness in the moment, even in the midst of chaos, family and work demands, or the pressure to perform. This deeper awareness also brings a fuller sense of trust and confidence in yourself and in the world. Full Body Presence is filled with concrete, life-friendly explorations and instruction clearly presented in both the book and the free accompanying downloadable audio files.
Category: Self-Help

Listen To Your Body Guide

Author : Lisa Guy
ISBN : 1922178160
Genre : Alternative medicine
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The more engaged we become with our own health and the more vigilant we are about identifying anything different or abnormal about our body state and function, the better off we will be. Doctors and naturopaths rely on both signs and symptoms to make a proper health diagnosis. So too can the average person learn to identify and interpret many of these. In Listen to Your Body Guide, Lisa Guy ND draws on her years of experience as a nutritionist to explore 301 of the most common signs and symptoms your body uses to tell you something is wrong; from cold sores and mouth ulcers to migraines and brittle nails.
Category: Alternative medicine

Just Listen To Your Body And Eat

Author : Lise Bourbeau
ISBN : 2920932349
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 27.4 MB
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The goals of this book are to help you discover that besides hunger there are six other factors that make you want to eat; help you realize how much you control what you eat, how you are doing this and why it may be harmful to you; teach you to quickly recognize the emotional wounds preventing you from eating a nutritious diet; help you love and accept yourself at every moment.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Appetite Awareness Workbook

Author : Linda W. Craighead
ISBN : 9781608822966
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 86.98 MB
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People with normal eating patterns eat when they are hungry and stop when they are full. But people struggling with binge eating relate very differently to this most basic need, often risking depression, gastrointestinal problems, and even death because of their problems with food. The Appetite Awareness Workbook offers an eight-week, cognitively based program to help you learn to pay attention to hunger cues, keep track of your feelings about food, and develop an eating schedule that discourages binge eating. In a series of easy exercises, the book guides you toward taking control of eating habits. First, gradual changes help you eat only when hungry or when a mealtime is scheduled. Then, awareness exercises help you stop eating when moderately full. Finally, by using cognitive techniques to control the tendency to eat for emotional reasons and journaling exercises to stay motivated and on track, you'll learn how to retrain yourself to maintain normal and healthy eating habits for life.
Category: Self-Help