Posts Tagged ‘woodland hills chiropractic’

Morning Mobility

Even if you love your job, kids, husband, or cat, sometimes it can be difficult to find the motivation to throw off the covers and get out of bed in the morning. We’ve put together some exercises to wake you up (gently, of course) and get you ready to face the day. Arm Circles Nothing more »

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Wellness Activity: Yoga

Your overall wellness is characterized by how you are doing and feeling physically and emotionally. A great way to satisfy both the physical and emotional aspects of wellness is activity, and one of our favorite activities is yoga! Yoga allows for: Improved Balance You may have doubts about being able to perform certain yoga positions, more »

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What Is A Chiropractic Adjustment?

You’ve heard the term ‘chiropractic adjustment’, and you’ve heard you need one, but you’re still not 100% sure what it is, and what it can do for you. Let us inform you! A chiropractic adjustment is a procedure performed by a trained health professional who applies force, leverage, and direction, manually or with instruments, to more »

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Give Thanks for Healthy Living

Maintaining a healthy weight is vital for avoiding and preventing disease, but it can be challenging through the holiday season. In honor of Thanksgiving, Sigma Wellness has a few health suggestions and wisdom for making it through this tasty (but testing) time unscathed. 1. Don’t worry about the turkey. If you’ve been committed to white more »

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Sleep Tight, Feel Right

We always think we know when we’ve slept wrong – we wake up one day, put our feet on the floor and are met with an acute, shooting pain in the neck or back. But it’s often not a one-time instance: we’ve been positioning ourselves incorrectly in sleep for so long that finally our bodies more »

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Strengthen Your Back

  Whether you’re interested in recovering from an injury or avoiding one, exercising and strengthening your back is a key component of health and wellness. Two exercises you can safely do at home: 1. The Hip Bridge Lie on your back, bend your knees, and relax your arms. Make sure your feet are flat to more »

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