May 2011

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Yoga Enthusiasm

Our March story “A Yoga Potpourri” explored the different varieties of this ancient practice that are now available, from vigorous power yoga to hot-room Bikram. We asked readers of our blog at www.energytimes.com if they practiced yoga; here are two of the responses.

I love yoga! I exercise daily in a variety of ways—walking, running, biking, swimming. And I end every day with a yoga practice. It relaxes and energizes at the same time. My demeanor is more calm. My thinking is more clear. I’m so much more flexible and happy in my own body.

I have practiced yoga since the late 1990s and also have been teaching yoga for about two years. There are many benefits from yoga that I and my students enjoy such as more flexibility (body and mind), relaxation, increased range of motion, oxygenated blood flow throughout the body, deep breathing, mental clarity and better organ functioning. I incorporate breathing and meditation techniques at the end of each asana practice (poses and postures).

Inspired Nurse

I am an exercise scientist, esthetician and student nurse who tries my best to live a healthy, natural lifestyle. My career goal is to work in a holistic-based facility and use my enthusiasm and knowledge of alternative health and wellness to treat patients. Your article on holistic nursing (Holistic Healing, April 2010) inspired me!

Colleen Crane
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Enter Our Blog Contest

Every issue of Energy Times brings a new contest to our blog, which you can reach through www.energytimes.com. The prize for this month’s issue is a blood glucose tester by Bayer Healthcare. Your blog response must include your email.

Our site also features Web Extras, online-only editorial content linked to various articles. Look for boxes like this one as you read the stories; among this month’s offerings are pieces on ways to deal with diabetic nerve damage and how to find a massage therapist. In addition, you will find a Web Extra in “Eating for Cancer Recovery” directing you to the following blog question: What dietary steps are you taking to avoid either the recurrence or first occurrence of cancer?

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