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The Benefits of Walking Barefoot

By Anne Klausner | Mar 28, 2024

In our fast-paced, modern world, we often find ourselves disconnected from nature. However, a simple practice that has gained attention in recent years is walking barefoot. Have you ever wondered what the benefits of walking barefoot are? While it may seem like a throwback to simpler times, walking without shoes has been associated with a […]

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How to Manage Stress with Exercise Therapy

By Anne Klausner | Feb 14, 2024

Many of us have made various resolutions for the new year. The most common New Year’s resolution that people make is to start exercising and be more physically active. Keeping that resolution may be stressful. Exercising is a holistic and all-around great activity that you should incorporate into your daily routine. While there are numerous […]

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Healing Hacks: How to Quickly Recover from Injury or Surgery

By Anne Klausner | Dec 13, 2023

The journey to recovery can feel like an uphill battle in the aftermath of an injury or surgery. The pain, limitations, and frustration can often overshadow the path to healing. Yet, amidst the discomfort, there lies a powerful ally: exercise therapy. Not the strenuous, push-your-limits kind of exercise therapy, but a gentle, strategic movement that […]

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The Benefits of Exercise Therapy for Pain Management

By Anne Klausner | Nov 1, 2023

Do you suffer from physical pain? It can become a chronic and debilitating condition that affects the quality of life. Pharmaceutical solutions can help manage pain, but those are not the only way. There is a natural way to reduce pain and improve your overall well-being: exercise therapy. There are many benefits of exercise therapy […]

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We Don’t Stop Walking in Winter

By Anne Klausner | May 27, 2023

Humans walk.  Starting as toddlers for as  long as we live, we walk. Whether going to the gym,  to work, in nature or from the couch to your car, you walk. Walking is reflexive, we don’t even think about it.  Yet, how you walk may be contributing to those little (or big) aches and pains.  […]

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Better Brain Body & Breathing Part II

By Anne Klausner | May 27, 2023

If you sometimes feel short of breath or just want better cardio, straw breathing for 2 minutes a day is a quick and easy way to breathe better all day. Breathing through a straw forces your diaphragm and other muscles to work harder with each inhalation and exhalation.  This video shows you how to ensure […]

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Digital Dementia?

By Anne Klausner | Feb 8, 2023

What is digital dementia and how could eye exercises possibly help prevent it? We all know that dementia prevention requires keeping our brain active and stimulated. Well, large portions of our brain are dedicated to sensory input from our vision, hearing, vestibular/balance system, tactile/touch and even sense of smell. If these areas are not being […]

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Celebrate Your Senses Day, June 24, Join Me

By Anne Klausner | Jun 25, 2022

June 24 is Celebrate Your Senses Day. How do you celebrate? I try to start each day by waking up my senses with a walk in a local park. I remove my shoes and walk across the soft grass, noticing the clouds, the sun, trees, even the dandelions. Birds sing, people play with their dogs […]

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How to Celebrate your Senses

By Anne Klausner | Jun 22, 2022

This Friday, June 24, is Celebrate Your Senses Day. We all learned about the five senses in grade school, vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell. But did anyone explain to you that the only information our brain, sitting in our small, dark skull, has about the world we live in comes from those senses.  Every […]

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