This full-color, user-friendly book features simple meridian exercises that combine breathing, movement, stretching, and focused attention to improve overall balance and flexibility. The book identifies specific meridian exercises to alleviate common ailments, including headaches, colds, and the flu, as well as more serious conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and thyroid disorders. Meridian exercise is a technique developed and perfected over the course of thousands of years in the Asian healing arts traditions. This book includes the following features: Low-impact, time-efficient exercises that relieve stress, restore physical health, and rebalance the mind Step-by-step instructions with accompanying photos for dozens of exercises specifically designed for common symptoms Breathing and relaxation techniques to awaken innate healing power and
Presents a Dahn Yoga workout designed to accommodate the needs of people with multiple sclerosis and other similar conditions. The DVD includes gentle stretching exercises, guided breathing, deep relaxation, and energy training. The DVD was inspired by Cathy Downie, who began taking Dahn Yoga in 2005 and quickly discovered its healing effects as her MS symptoms, including fatigue and pain, began to lessen considerably. Working with the Dahn Foundation, she began teaching Dahn Yoga classes to MS patients, which eventually culminated in her helping to develop this instructional DVD. This DVD will help people with MS: *Develop their inner core for strength and centeredness *Discover the secret of emotional control and sustained focus *Tap into their body's innate healing power for total revitalization *Reduce muscle pain, spasticity, and fatigue while boosting energy and managing stress.
Caring for the Vulnerable Perspectives in Nursing Theory, Practice, and Research Fourth Edition explores vulnerability from the perspective of individuals, groups, communities, and populations and specifically addresses how vulnerability affects the field of nursing and its care givers.