Author of “Minding the Body.” A professor of Psychology at the University of Alberta, Canada who has been widely published in the fields of behavioral medicine and health psychology.

The New Indifference: Why Your New Brain Needs Old Tricks to Thrive in Our Modern World

In the late 1960’s researchers at the University of Tubingen, Germany, noticed a significant drop in the sensory perception and general awareness in their students.  The students weren’t as aware of information from their environment, or at least weren’t registering

Network Spinal Analysis and the Mind-Body Connection

This is one of my more technical posts about the mind and body, so if you’re not in the mood feel free to skip this one!  If you are in the mood however, I invite you to delve in… Recently

What You Need to Know About Mindfulness and Somatic Awareness

Mindfulness is the Eastern meditation concept central to Buddhism, that refers to a clear, lucid quality of awareness regarding the cognitive and emotional experiences of everyday life.