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Sitting bad for kids.

Wednesday, 30 September 2015 by

Here’s an article in the NY Times, Sitting is Bad for Children  too about a study done on the effects of sitting on young girls. Of course we know this already and the question might be, what to do? Well, we can start by setting an example and sitting less ourselves. Get up and be well!

Is Self Regulation Unnecessary Now?

Tuesday, 29 September 2015 by

Would it be helpful for parents and teachers to know what the students are eating, who they’re hanging out with and where they’re going? Sure, you could argue for that. However, in addition to the very real concerns that the data might be used for discrimination, identity theft and advertisement, I wonder how it will

It seems like adding novelty and learning to exercise increases the chances of survival for new born brain cells. So, add some balance and jumping to your next run. (FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL 9/5/15) By Patricia Churchland Stock Market Quotes, Business News, Financial News from To boost my memory, I am going for

Adventures with Awareness

Sunday, 06 September 2015 by

As a follow up on a previous post, “The World Around Us,” Here’s report from the workshop I taught on September 5th, 2015, called “Bewusst Abenteuerlich,” roughly translated, “Adventures in Awareness.” While adventure was the main theme, there were several additional sub-themes: Developing useful balance Keeping situational awareness throughout a challenging movement Developing progressions to ensure

“Consensus” statement contends that scientific evidence that brain-training video games and apps can stave off cognitive decline is weak Source: Neuroscientists speak out against brain game hype Roberto Cabeza, a neuroscientist at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and another signatory on the statement, says that his view is that it’s fine to play such

Am Wochenende (5. September 2105) soll das Wetter schön sein und kurzfristig habe ich mich entschieden, einen Workshop im Wald anzubieten. Es gibt eine Kombination aus der Feldenkrais-Methode “Bewusstheit durch Bewegung” und meinem Wissen als MovNat Trainer.   Klicke hier für weitere Informationen: Bewusst Abenteuerlich Bis Bald, John