Meditation for a Brighter Outlook
Ever feel like the world around you is simply too loud and distracting? There has to be a way to refocus and regroup. One way to calm the mind that has been practiced for thousands of years is meditation. The Mayo Clinic explores this genre…
Faces of LIFE- Dr. Sudhanva Char
Faculty Member of the College of Graduate and Undergraduate Education, Author “Yoga Vade Mecum” As a longtime professor here at Life University (Life U), Dr. Sudhanva Char has seen the University grow and thrive since his initial start date in 1997. Dr. Char has served…
Reimagining Pain Management with Chiropractic Care and Other Methods
No one likes to live in pain, but many people think that the only possible relief options available to them come in the form of a pill or costly surgeries. Medication and surgical intervention can be helpful, and in some cases necessary, but it is imperative to explore alternative pain management methods as well.
Color the World- The Therapeutic Benefits of Adult Coloring Books and Simple Art Therapies
Picture it. Travel back in time in your mind to when you were an elementary-schooler, to a time when the epitome of cool was having a Crayola 64-pack crayon set with the built-in sharpener. You could bring whole new worlds into existence, punctuated with splashes of Electric Lime, Laser Lemon and Mango Tango.
Love Yourself- Self-Care Tips in Time for Valentine’s Day
At Life U, we boast a unique emphasis on health and wellness in harmony with our vitalistic approach to health care. Promoting self-care is a major part of that, as we support healthy habits that start from the decisions of individuals, which can grow into a healthy living movement.
Calming the Mind and Quieting the Thoughts
Scrolling, scrolling, scrolling … our brains are inundated with tons of information on a moment-to-moment basis whether we are scrolling through social media platforms, streaming services, news articles, recipes or other information that we have available at our fingertips 24/7. There are so many distractions, stressors and overall stimuli that can put our minds and thoughts into overload