Category Archives for "Movement"

Jul 18

The Alkaline Method: Take Back Control of Your Health

By Connie Jeon | Autoimmune , Blog , Health , Mindfulness , Movement , Nutrition , Physical Therapy

Hi. Dr. Connie here. I’ve been a clinician and a patient for over 19 years. My journey to health was a convoluted one. I’ve experienced the ups and downs of living with an unpredictable autoimmune condition. Subject to conventional treatments such as chemotherapy, corticosteroids, NSAIDS, DMARDS, and biologics, I was offered different meds for just […]

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stay in shape
Feb 06

How to Stay in Shape as You Age

By connie Jeon | Blog , Movement

The aging process is associated with a significant hormone decline, or “age-related hormone decline.” The hormone levels begin to drop around 30 years old. And by age 65, these levels may go beyond the lower limits of normal for healthy young individuals. You might then notice a reduction in muscle mass and strength, increased abdominal […]

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outdoor fall activities
Mar 31

Outdoor Fall Activities

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Movement , Nutrition

Before we all go into hibernation for the wintertime, take the time to enjoy the cooling down weather after a blistering summer. With the weekend coming up and 70 degree temperatures in the forecast, there are plenty of activities that you can do outside that will keep you smiling AND moving! Hit the trails for […]

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thai massage relaxes
Mar 29

Thai Massage

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Movement

Thai massage relaxes the body in certain ways. Thai Massage is nicknamed ‘Lazy man’s yoga’ because it combines all of the benefits of Yoga without the work. Thai Massage consists of flow with deep, rhythmic pressure to muscles and energy pathways in the body, combined with stretching and joint mobilization. Slowly and smoothly, the body […]

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turkey trot
Mar 29

A Thanksgiving turkey trot

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Movement

Are you ready for Thanksgiving? I’m not talking about the menu, although that is important. I’m talking about the Turkey Trot. The Turkey Trot works up an appetite, clears you head mentally to handle chaos of cooking, and gives you time to hang out and talk with friends and family you may not have not […]

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body shape
Mar 24

What body type are you?

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Movement

Did you know that your body type can determine where you carry weight? Four Metabolic Types Defined: The metabolic types have its foundation in “Sasang” Constitutional Medicine, which values the relationship between the mind and the body. The balance between Yin and Yang and the differences of “Qi,” or life energy in internal organs. Depending […]

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