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AB August Superhero Spotlight: V Allairo

            My introduction into the healing arts began with the discovery of the powerful practice of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bahjan. I completed a 200+ hour Teacher Certification in 2001. Our studies included: Kriyas, Meditation, Pranayama, Anatomy, Physiology and the Yogic Lifestyle. After completing the course i continued…

By superadmin August 1, 2013 | 

Active / Announcements / Bodywork & Massage / Exercise & Fitness

Ascend Welcomes Dalton Huckaby to the Massage Team

          As a recent National Holistic Institute graduate, Dalton was exposed to several massage modalities. In addition, he really enjoyed deepening his knowledge in the sciences of Anatomy, Kinesiology, as well as Physiology and Pathology. This information  furthered his understanding of the body operating as a whole.  For example, it helps…

By superadmin July 30, 2013 | 

Active / Exercise & Fitness / Restoration / Tips

The Cadaver Connection

Eight hours a day with the dead. Wow, did I get way more than I bargained for. I recently did a week long intensive with Gil Hedley in cadaver dissection. I expected to deepen my understanding of anatomy and the working body. Instead, not only did I get an intense anatomy lesson, but a much…

By superadmin June 11, 2013 | 

Exercise & Fitness / Welcome!

Welcome to the Team!

Welcome to the Team! We are thrilled to welcome Leslie Hyun Kim to the Ascend Body team. My dedication to the fitness and wellness industry is the natural outgrowth from an innate love of competitive sports that was fostered in me as a child. I’m an athlete, not a spectator; my body loves to be…

By superadmin May 1, 2013 | 

Active / Exercise & Fitness / Movitation / Positive Thinking

Our Dream, Your Dream

Hello Everyone… As our Indigogo Campaign is gaining momentum, please check out our video if you haven’t already and help us inspire change. Inspiring Change in our lives… To be more than what you already are, whether that is to have well developed muscles, nice abs, to fit into your favorite pair of jeans with ease, or…

By superadmin February 17, 2013 | 

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

The Snail

The snail has become or has always become my power animal. i have had a love affair with snails since childhood (2), i used to run around at day care and look for snails to get off of pathways to save them from being crushed by all that walk the path, including my self. fast…

By superadmin December 13, 2012 | 

Active / Announcements / Exercise & Fitness / Tips

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 superadmin October 15, 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 superadmin 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 superadmin October 8, 2012 | 

Active / Exercise & Fitness

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 superadmin September 28, 2012 | 

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