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Lower Your Stress with Healthy Holiday Snacks

Stay mellow as the Holiday Season by stocking up on healthy snacks to keep your brain sharp and your stress levels down. Give yourself a fighting chance over cold bugs by staying extra wise about whole food go-to grabs. Walnuts These rich sources of goodness aren’t shaped like a brain on accident. Feed your mind with […]

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Free Up Your Fascia

4 Great Ways to Connect with your Connective Tissue Much like how the nerves of a leaf connect and animate it branch to tip, so too is the system of fascia within the human body. This hidden system of fascia: complex, woven, like layered webs; is a thin sheath of fibrous tissue which covers and […]

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Pay Back Your Sleep Debt

You can help prevent sleeplessness by avoiding caffeine after noon, limiting sweets before bed, and reducing harsh screen light in the evening.  But once sleeplessness strikes and sabotages the night, how long will the haze of sleep deprivation last, and how long will it take us to catch up on those ZZZs? The key solution […]

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Stoke Your Inner Fire

Now that the weather is turning cold on the regular, consider a few accessible ways to cultivate inner warmth and create cozy.  These three tips are a wonderful way to start and end a day. Drink Hot Tea  Make a cup of soothing and stimulating tea. Chai is a fall favorite, or try these medicinal […]

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Solving Your Energy Problem

Tapping Into Your Innate Intelligence Feeling low energy? Your body’s communication system may be interrupted. Luckily, our bodies have wisdom within to correct and heal itself. Activating that wisdom and restoring the flow of energy may start with a simple inquiry: is something blocking my energy system? Innate Intelligence is the force within the body which […]

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6 Unexpected Ways to Be Good to your Heart

You may have already heard that the best workouts for heart health include Interval training, Weight Training, and Full-Body non-impact sports like rowing, swimming, and skiing. (5) But before you rush out and start training super hard to get your heart fit, Prevention warns the weekend warrior to take pause! Turns out it is best […]

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Divine Spine October 2017 Newsletter

View in Browser Being active every day makes it easier to hear that inner voice. Haruki Murakami Adapt to Change by Exercising Choices We make choices every day which affect our health and well-being. What to eat, how much to sleep; what we do with our time has an impact on our vitality. What if these choices […]

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5 Great Tree Covered Walks in Seattle

Happy Fall, Seattle! Because walking is one of the best ways to get your daily exercise, we offer you this list of local nature hikes. These may be in the city, but once you are in the trees you will soon forget and find yourself in a bit of the wild breathing fresh oxygen. Schmitz […]

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Agility for Parkinson’s and a Race for the Cure

Breaking news this week is that the genealogy company 23andMe is researching DNA data for indicators of Parkinson’s Disease in quest for a cure. This in the month the American Parkinson Disease Association (ADPA) comes to Ballard with the Pacific NW Adventure Race event to raise Parkinson’s awareness and support research for a cure.  A […]

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Divine Spine September 2017 Newsletter

Divine Spine partners with Sustainable Ballard in September! Dream big. Start Small. Act Now. Robin Sharma 3 Ways to Start Upping your Sustainability Game Do Simple Yoga Stay limber, prevent injury, and keep your energy flowing by adding in a few yoga moves to your routine. A sustainable yoga practice starts small with the breath, and […]

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