I recently met Sue Dumais in Toronto at the Hay House I Can Do It! conference. She showed me her book Yoga for Fertility and I was instantly sold. Her book is a gem of practical and effective health wisdom.
Ponce de Leon, the 18th century Spanish explorer, looked for the fountain of youth all over Florida. He found the beauty of that land, but no secret of rejuvenation. Now, Dr. Christiane Northrup has “put her finger on the pulse not only of rejuvenation, but also of delicious joy in her latest book, The Secret Pleasures of Menopause.”
I’m a big fan of walking. It’s great for cardiovascular training and also helps keep your bones strong because it is a form of weight-bearing exercise. And you don’t need any fancy equipment, so you can do it anywhere. Walking is also a great energy booster when you feel tired, and a perfect alternative to reaching for a sugary snack around 3-4 pm.
This is one of my favorite forms of exercise. It is a body-conditioning program that targets the deep core muscles that support you. The technique was developed by Joseph Pilates, a German athlete who studied many different sports and developed his method and equipment to complement traditional training programs for athletes.