Gilbert, AZ (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
Dahn Yoga & Health Centers, Inc., a national leader in health and wellness, suggests helpful exercises for cold and flu season in their Health Tips series this month. The article, “Warm Up Your Energy,” introduced in a recent issue of the newsletter, Dahn Yoga Life, shares ways to get rid of cold energy in your body to prevent and manage illness.
Dahn Yoga is a mind-body practice that combines the ancient wisdom of Ki energy training with modern techniques to maximize and change your energy. Recent research seems to be endorsing the possible benefits from ancient healing arts and meditation in creating a balanced body and good health.
This month’s article shares three techniques: a combination of meridian exercises, breathing, and acupressure, to help expel cold, damp energy from your body by activating the Dae-chu and Poonmun energy points. The Poong-mun (BL 12 acupressure) point and Dae-chu (GV 14 acupressure) point are located along the spine at the upper back, between the shoulder blades. The article emphasizes beneficial exercises and states, “If our immune system is weak, with too much stagnant cold energy, the flu virus thrives in our bodies, especially in the dark, moist passages of our nose, throat, and lungs.”
Those who wish to learn more about Dahn Yoga practice are encouraged to visit the website, which also includes a treasure of archived editions of Dahn Yoga Life from months past.
About Dahn Yoga:
Dahn Yoga & Health Centers, Inc. is a national leader in health and wellness, offering classes in its trademark Dahn Yoga. Dahn Yoga is a dynamic mind-body practice originating in Korea over 30 years ago, when founder Ilchi Lee offered free classes in a public park. Dahn Yoga exercises combine stretching, flowing movement, deep breathing and meditation in a simple and easy to learn format focused on the development of the body’s core strength as the basis of physical, mental, and spiritual health. Dahn Yoga includes a unique emphasis on the brain as the determiner of health and well-being. Thus, classes may include brain exercises to challenge and sharpen the mind and help practitioners develop greater awareness and sensitivity to the well-being of their bodies.