inspiring everyone to practice + play
It doesn’t matter if you’re completely sedentary or a dedicated high performance athlete, you are constantly training your body on how to react to the world. So many diseases and pain points are caused by a lack of movement or by pushing too hard. Here to chat about balance and wellness is Dr. Joe Cooperman, a chiropractor specializing in strength and performance principles. While diet is supremely important to overall health, so too is movement, mobility, and flexibility. Our diet helps prevent or eliminate inflammation but your movement keeps your body strong and supple.
The issue of childhood chronic illness and child nutrition has reached a truly alarming point. The number of children now suffering with chronic illnesses is at an all time high and the only real explanation is our modern lifestyle. Here to discuss more about the effect of our processed diets and sedentary lifestyles on our children is Beth Lambert. Beth is a former healthcare consultant and teacher who is now in the process of doing research on the effects of returning to a more holistic diet on childhood chronic illness.
What is your relationship like with food? Is it the only pleasurable activity you have in your life? If it is, then you may need to consider re-evaluating that relationship. Karen R. Koenig has made it her life’s mission to help people hop off the cycle of dieting and weight-gain. She herself found herself trapped in the cycle and broke through. She shares her path and how she changed her mindset around food which has changed her life.
Our brains are incredible organs but sometimes we need to give them new programming. That’s what Dr. Andrew Hill does with his patients. He has spent his life and career understanding the brain’s patterns and the best way to help undo the unwanted ones. Using brain mapping along with neurofeedback stimulus, Dr. Hill has helped thousands of people overcome addiction, trauma, and a host of other neurological problems.