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Three Treasures: 5-Minute Mindfulness Technique

Three Treasures:  Three Intent-full Corrections: Jing, Qi and Shen: Aligning the body, breath and mind for stress reduction and immune function enhancement. Join Dr. Scott Greenapple with this short video and practice with Mindfulness Meditation and Qi Gong. Learn how to quickly combine the body, breath and mind into a coherence state for stress relief and overall wellness. https://vimeo.com/412050746 Schedule an eVisit Download Thrive Lectures Download Thrive Cookbook After we come through this COVID 19 pandemic, it is my belief that you will see a strong movement of people taking their personal health and well being more seriously. Come and join Thrive in this Wellness Revolution and empower your self with knowledge and tools for self care and immune support. ...

Monday Motivation: Mindfulness & Stress

As you wrap up on the new year detox season, it's important to understand that your mind needs a cleanse, too. Don't forget to nourish your mind with meditation, mindfulness, and peace. https://vimeo.com/393342202 [maxbutton id="4" url="https://thrivecarolinas.com/category/monday-motivation/" text="Catch Up On Motivation!" ] [maxbutton id="4" url="https://thrivecarolinas.com/functional-and-integrative-medicine/thriver-medical-membership/" text="Become a Thriver!" ]  ...

Tips to Incorporate Mindful Movement Every Day

Tips to Incorporate Mindful Movement Every Day Mindfulness brings a new dimension to movement. Rather than moving for the sake of moving, or to accomplish a goal, mindful movement is practiced anchoring the body in the present moment. Many people feel more harmonious, relaxed, and calm after practicing mindful movement.   Known Health Conditions that Benefit from Mindful Movement: Anxiety Asthma Cardiometabolic diseases Carpal Tunnel Chronic Pain Depression Multiple Sclerosis   Standing Exercise: Stand with your feet planted, shoulder-length apart, knees slightly bent. Relax your shoulders and tuck your chin slightly. Breathe in and out, then inhale as you bring your arms out to the side, raising them slowly up over your head as you inhale. Exhale as you let your arms lower, then bring your hands in...

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