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Yoga & Meditation does the body good!

Leading educators & institutions including Harvard University & Columbia University in the City of New York have started to research benefits of yoga & mindfulness practices including meditation. Although still early in their research & trials, top ranked universities have recognized importance of researching this topic as many benefits including reducing stress, helping sleeping patterns, improving cardiovascular health, staying … Read more

Employee burnout causes decrease in bottom line.

As of 2019, 62% of mood disorders, 76% of anxiety disorders and 81% of substance use disorders do not receive treatment and there is an expected 53% increase in stress for 2021 due to Covid-19 (Mental Health America). In 2019, the World Health Organization “WHO” labeled “employee burnout” as a medical condition caused by chronic … Read more

Practicing Gratitude leads to health advantages.

According to Psychology Today, studies have shown that people who consciously count their blessings tend to be happier while living in a climate of positivity. Gratitude is strongly associated with greater happiness, positive emotions, uplifting experiences, an increased ability to deal with adversity, better communication, and even improves physical & psychological health. Here are some … Read more

Athletes at the highest level struggle with Mental Health Issues.  What does that mean for us?!

Simone Biles, the most decorative active gymnast in the world prioritized her mental health & well-being verse appeasing a global audience hungry for her performance. We have to wonder if superior trained athletes like Ms. Biles & Naomi Osaka withdraw from performances at the Olympics (with all the coaches, trainers working closely with them 24/7) … Read more

Childhood Depression on the Rise

According to Mental Health America, 15.08% of our youth have reported from suffering from at least one major depressive episode (MDE) in the last year. Childhood depression is more likely to continue into adulthood if gone untreated. The number of children experiencing MDE increased by 306,000 from last year’s data. Kids learning meditation, mindfulness and deep … Read more