Control is the name of the game when it comes to yoga, and plow pose is no exception. As you extend your legs over the back of your head, make sure to engage your core to keep this movement controlled by your muscles rather than gravity.
“Align your hips over your shoulders and keep a space between your chin and chest,” adds health coach and yoga instructor Lauren Bongiorno. Th…….Yoga
Ecstatic dance is a way of totally letting the body into the flow of the music. In this type of dance your body moves freely, there are no dance steps or any kind of rules to follow.
Creativity, harmony and unlimited energy, this was the environment felt during the weekend between 25 and 27 September, when Olhão hosted an Ecstatic Dance event, promoted by Sabino Soares, who is very committed to s…….
(MENAFN)Elon Musk has one more time proved the capabilities of one tweet. Mr Musk tweeted a text art picture of the adorable Japanese dog Shiba Inu/joke crypto currency with a rocket vessel, a word in the world of crypto meaning “to the moon”.The image is employed when cryptocurrency costs are increasing over the diagrams. His tweet definitely put the cry…….Hiking
Despite ongoing construction in the University of Georgia’s psychology building, the mural “The World at Large” will maintain its current position in the psychology 164 suite, formerly the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts office, as part of a new working-teaching space.The mural, originally created for the Willson Center office, was painted by Art Rosen…….Psychology
Portfolio constructionSome companies have integrated financial psychology when building portfolios.Jeff Rupp, managing partner of View Capital Advisors in Dallas, a firm ranked 98th on CNBC’s FA 100 list, said financial psychology is woven into the company’s asset selection.One of the company’s research analysts has a background in behavioral finance, and the firm often applies those concepts to i…….Psychology
“Many have commented that now we are out of strict lockdowns, FOMO will return, but it never really left,” Bari explains. “During the lockdown, you would see people posting about their walks, new hobbies, personal development and Zoom quizzes. So even though we weren’t allowed to socialise in person, people were finding ways of spending time together, which led to others being left out of …….Psychology
On Oct. 14 2021, the Grand Valley State University psychology department launched a new program called Psych Friends. The aim of this peer-to-peer mentorship program is to help students who are studying psychology and behavioral neuroscience at the undergraduate level.
After noticing a higher-than-before demand for help within the psychology department, the Psychology Retention Committee sent ou…….
Rafael Nadal recently shed some light on the keys to his on-court temperament, explaining why he never resorts to violent acts such as breaking rackets. Nadal also revealed that he practices yoga, which helps him control his emotions both on and off the court.The Mallorcan is regarded as one of the most mentally stable players in tennis history; he hasn’t broken a racket his entire career, wh…….Meditation
Stress is bad for our health. With pressures of work, worries about money, health concerns and the toll of the pandemic, however, it’s a feature of most people’s lives. And while it is a universal experience, the mental health of people of colour is further affected by racism in all its forms – micro, macro, intergenerational – often causing mental health impacts that go on unaddressed. T…….Yoga
Sometimes, things get tough; it may not even be the external things happening around us, you know, not in the sense of what life may look like, but what it feels like, our day-to-day experience of it. Things may be perfectly manageable on the outside, but on the inside, our thoughts and perceptions can be hindering our growth, success, and happiness.
This goes to all the o…….
Instant Genius is a bite-sized masterclass in podcast form. In this week’s episode, we talk to criminal psychologist Dr Julia Shaw. She’s the host of the true crime podcast Bad People on BBC Sounds with comedian Sofie Hagen.
She tells us everything we need to know about the psychology of crime, from how false memories can sway a trial, to whether evil truly exists.