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Relationships: Surviving and Thriving in the New Normal

Relationships: Surviving and Thriving in the New Normal

Staying home is the healthy thing for all of us right now. There are some challenges and advantages to this mandate. You may be relishing the time with your partner and you also may be feeling a little closed in. You are used to being away from each other during the...

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Tips to Establish Lasting New Practices

Tips to Establish Lasting New Practices

The New Year is approaching and with it all the resolutions to exercise more, lose weight, eat a healthier diet, and other fitness-based goals. But what about overall wellbeing? So many people leave self-care out of their routines because they don’t want to take time out of their already busy schedules. Practice Works can show you how to make self-care that supports wellbeing, not just fitness, part of your daily life.

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The Tao of Tai-ji Quan: Investing in loss

The Tao of Tai-ji Quan: Investing in loss

This is the third of a three-part series on the gentle art of well-being, Tai-ji Quan*: the slow motion martial art originating in China. In the course of these articles, teacher and Practice Works community member Stephen Guesman conveys the profound physical,...

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Tai-ji Quan: the Gentle art of Well-Being

Tai-ji Quan: the Gentle art of Well-Being

This is the second of a three-part series on the gentle art of well-being, T’ai Chi: the slow motion martial art originating in China. In the course of these articles, teacher and Practice Works community member Stephen Guesman conveys the profound physical, mental...

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It’s Not T’ai Chi Anymore

It’s Not T’ai Chi Anymore

This is the first of a three-part series on the gentle art of well-being, T’ai Chi: the slow motion martial art originating in China. In the course of these articles, teacher and Practice Works community member Stephen Guesman conveys the profound physical, mental and...

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Self Care, Made Simple

Self Care, Made Simple

We all know we need to prioritize self care, yet vacations, days off work, massages and hobbies all take time and money that we can't seem to allocate. All these are important parts of self care. I encourage everyone to do as much as they can to feel recharged and...

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The Practice of Self-Love

The Practice of Self-Love

Are you frustrated with your body? This is an odd concept to some people, but making friends with your body, talking to it and listening to it are essential to having it function properly. We talk a lot in yoga class and even mainstream media now about connecting the...

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