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Chicken Chorizo and Creamy (Dreamy) Eggs

Long ago and far away, Shane used to be allergic to eggs.  Now that his digestion and overall health are getting better and better, many of the problems that have irritated him for a long time are simply melting away.  And what a blessing.  Cause these eggs are really pretty good… We had Breakfast for Dinner tonight, and I…

By Shane Young October 22, 2012 | 

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When is stretching not a good idea? Janet Alexander & Chris Maund

Most people assume that if they have pain it’s because something is too tight and that if they could just figure out what that something was then they could stretch it and the pain would go away. This is an attractive idea because most of us have noticed a loss in flexibility as we got…

By Shane Young October 21, 2012 | 

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Why you should eat MORE (not less) cholesterol CHRIS KRESSER L.AC

For decades now, the general American population has been neurotically avoiding cholesterol-rich foods for fear of developing heart disease, thanks to the promulgation of the unfortunate Diet-Heart hypothesis. (1) Those of us that follow a paleo diet are well aware by now thatdietary cholesterol does not significantly affect cholesterol levels in the blood or risk…

By Shane Young October 18, 2012 | 

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Is your shower making you sick? by CHRIS KRESSER L.AC

The quality of our drinking water is a major determinant of our health and wellbeing. It is important to consider not only the presence of pathogens or contaminants, but also the routine addition of chemicals that may cause us harm. Chlorine is a chemical typically used as a disinfectant in public water supplies as an…

By Shane Young October 15, 2012 | 

Announcements / Movitation / Positive Thinking

What the hell is the Chakra system anyway?

What the hell is the Charka system anyway? That is a pretty good question and I’m glad you asked.  Again, as always I can only share my experience and what feels true to me.  This does not mean it is right or wrong, it is purely my experience.  As I journey into the depths of…

By Shane Young October 13, 2012 | 

Active / Nutrition / Restoration / Tips

7 Healthy Tips to Drinking Quality Water

Drinking plenty of water serves as the most important foundation to maintaining our overall health and fitness. Water serves as many important functions in our body; yet, its primary role is to maintain healthy cell life. Water brings in nutrients to the cells and removes toxins and waste to be disposed out of your body….

By Shane Young October 12, 2012 | 

Active / Exercise & Fitness / Movitation / Positive Thinking / Restoration

Jator Pierre Posture 3

Posture: The WE (water | Earth) Approach Part 3   Sitting at my computer writing this blog I am very conscious of my posture.  Do I have my neutral lumbar curve = check, is my thoracic spine in proper alignment = check, do I have my head and shoulders in alignment = check.  I run…

By Shane Young October 11, 2012 | 

Exercise & Fitness / Nutrition

10 Biggest Diet and Fitness Mistakes You Should Avoid

We want to see you succeed with your fitness goals, and in order to do so, we hope you’ll avoid the following ten diet and fitness mistakes. 10 Diet & Fitness Mistakes Skipping breakfast or eating a high-carb breakfast like cereal, a bagel, juice, and coffee. Never skip breakfast! It sets you up for a day…

By Shane Young October 8, 2012 | 

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Posture 2 Jator Pierre CHEK 4 HLC 3

POSTURE: The Position from which movement begins and ends. IDEAL POSTURE: The state of muscular and skeletal balance, which protects the supporting structures of the body against injury or progressive deformity, irrespective of the attitude in which these structures are working or resting.  It is during a state of ideal posture that the muscles will function most efficiently. If you were to…

By Shane Young October 1, 2012 | 

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Posture 1 Jator Pierre CHEK 4 HLC 3

Posture: The CHEK Approach Part 1 Posture is quite an important topic, it is however much more complicated than we are lead to believe.  A great starting point to address posture is looking at it mechanically by performing an in depth assessment, then prescribing specific corrective stretches, mobilizations, and exercises to address any imbalance or…

By Shane Young September 28, 2012 | 

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