In 2020, with the closure of gyms, many people switched to walking. Even hard core exercisers learned to love walking, one male writer dubbing it “the superior form of exercise”. Walking is Covid-safe, hassle free, and expands to fit the time you have. Fitness, therapy, entertainment, and transportation rolled into one.
As I watched Greta Thunberg in conversation with the Dalai Lama last weekend, I heard him say “Our enemy is our greatest teacher.” Although I’ve heard this before, it struck deeply.
My mind leaped to the news reports of our county’s political convulsions, violent images, bodies clashing.
I feel a visceral reaction – confusion, anxiety, anger. Washington, D.C. is my home town.
A strong core is the trunk of our tree of life. Energy can flow upward and downward without kinks and twists. Living life from a centered place enhances our feeling of being balanced, connected to our roots and reaching outward to the world around us.
Have you ever stumbled while walking or taken a simple misstep?
Want to gain greater confidence to be ready for any bumps in the road?
Read further and watch our video's for a few quick exercises to improve balance and gain confidence!
...And self-care benefits all.
We have the power to delay our aging process - from the inside out. Research continues to prove that people who exercise grow biologically younger. Senior exercisers can appear 30 years younger than their non-exercising peers.
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