Holistic. In health care, this term is often used as an equivalent to “alternative medicine.” A more literal definition (found with a quick search on Google) is “characterized by comprehension of the parts of something as intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole.” In health care generally, and physical therapy specifically, the focus can be narrow and look only at the area of symptoms and perhaps only the muscles and bones associated with that area. To broaden the scope one can start to look at the joints near the area of symptoms – the hip and the foot in a case of knee pain. With a...
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It is no secret that there are many skills to be gained and lessons to be learned while traveling abroad, especially when it’s a solo venture. There are small things like quick estimations of C to F and how to take unabashed selfies in beautiful places. Then there are the arguably more important things like how to fully trust your intuition. It is also no secret (to those of you who know me) that I am pretty much always thinking about yoga and its applications. Needless to say, my trek across the globe was also an exploration of how my practice has shaped me to this point and how...
As we approach the equinox and move into spring, often changes in our life mimic what we are seeing in the outside world- the amount of daylight swiftly increases, a frozen river begins to rush, our driveway shifts from frozen to mud pit in a matter of hours. Changes which are perceived as both positive and negative can be stressful. The breath can be an anchor which supports us and helps guide us through times of intense change. At first glance, the breath can teach us that ebb and flow is natural. In every minute of every day, we are either inhaling or exhaling- there is no static moment...
I hadn’t really put together the whole yoga and horseback riding thing. I often see Facebook and Instagram posts about yoga and goats, yoga and cats, or yoga and dogs. They look cute. Practicing with sweet, furry animals looks like fun, but I never fully understood the connection. For me, yoga has always been an individual practice, until this morning. I interviewed Morgan by phone about the Yoga and Horseback Riding series she’s leading in April. She told me that, “Within a body/mind practice like yoga, students show up to their mat to find a deeper connection with themselves and to practice their very own Satya (truth). With that...