Five Pillars of Health: Balanced Diet
Food is our sustenance and a balanced diet should be a source of health providing joy as well as nutrition
Five Pillars of Health: Adequate Breathing
Breathing is the first and last thing we do. In yoga practice, it is called Pranayama: the regulation of the breath through certain techniques and exercise. Mindful breathing exercises can be a tool for developing the capacity for attention and mindfulness. Breathing is simple and always there for us. It is a source of energy, relaxation, and calm when needed. By bringing awareness to something we do automatically, all day, every day, breathing can help anchor us in the present moment and provide a pathway to improved health and well-being
The Five Pillars of Health
Five Pillars of Health that can promote wellness and well-being:
1. Adequate Breathing
2. Balanced Diet
3. Moderate Exercise
4. Restful Sleep
5. Positive thinking
We will be exploring each pillar in more detail in future articles, but here are six simple rituals to get you started today
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