autoimmune research, lifestyle, Uncategorized

Take Control of Your Own (Auto)Immune System

By: Tiffany Simms, Bonnie Feldman, Ellen M. Martin Autoimmunity is individually, statistically, institutionally invisible. Just reading the stats around autoimmune and chronic diseases could get you down in the dumps. Perhaps the worse part is that millions, probably billions, world-wide face this disease with a health care system that treats symptoms without looking at underlying… Continue reading Take Control of Your Own (Auto)Immune System

autoimmune research, lifestyle, mind-body, movement therapy, Uncategorized

DIY Movement Therapy: Finding the Right Cocktail

After going through many phases of information overload in from the sheer number of therapies available, these therapies no longer overwhelm me. Instead, I now have the opportunity to venture beyond my ten year comfort zone at The Bar Method, try new movement therapies, and find the right fit. In an ideal world, I would… Continue reading DIY Movement Therapy: Finding the Right Cocktail

autoimmune research, digital health, lifestyle, Uncategorized

Moving From Sick Care to Wellcare

As shown above in 2009, I began to notice an expanding definition of health and wellness which included habit design and self-care.  Albeit slowly, I think we are beginning to see a societal shift in the importance of health and wellness as shown by: 1. The government’s efforts as seen by Mrs. Obama’s Let’s Move… Continue reading Moving From Sick Care to Wellcare

Biohacking, lifestyle, mind-body, Uncategorized

DIY Experiments: Mindfulness Parts 2 and 3

In my previous post, I wrote about my first experience attending a mindfulness session. Needless to say, it was a successful experiment, and keen to learn more, I returned to the Hammer to see what the subsequent mindfulness sessions would inspire. My second session was led by Diana Winston-whose soothing voice and demeanor left me refreshed and… Continue reading DIY Experiments: Mindfulness Parts 2 and 3