1. Eat MINDFULLY. Eating without paying attention causes you to eat the wrong things and/or too much food. Doing either (or both) could, as they say, “take the shine off your shoes.” Heart disease, diabetes, and all sorts of ailments await the person who doesn’t practice mindful eating. Look to the video, below, for for some mindful eating basics (it’s Harvard Professor, Dr. Lilian Cheung, co-author of Savor, Mindful Eating, Mindful Life): The video is here:
Hello!! For those of you I haven't met yet, I'm Claudia Vlcek. I'm a second degree black belt who's been involved with Martial Arts for 26 years. I love everything about taekwondo and have a ferocious hunger for knowledge, learning, and answers.
With that being said feel free to email me with any questions and/or comments about Mercer Island Martial Arts. Or if there is someone/ something involved with the dojang that you would like to know more about.
For instance, recently you've probably
My best friend of 8 years, and someone I consider my sister, even though we’re not related at all. You have always listened when I needed to talk to someone. You are one of the kindest, sweetest, caring and most understanding person I have ever met. Even though you and your husband both live in Arizona, you have always been a phone call, e-mail, and/or instant message away. We have literally talked every day since the day we met. We talk about some of the most random things (cheese comes to mind
We are involved in a rather revolutionary project involving a change in the what, when, why, and how of teaching people of all ages about self-defense. The project has been launched with my martial arts teacher’s association, The One Hundred (The 100), and involves a concept coined Intelligent Curriculum.
The idea of an "Intelligent Curriculum" is a process where web-technology is applied to teaching people about the depth and scope of self-defense as it applies to today’s world. For example, th
Sorting through all the health information available, and knowing the best actions to take can be challenging. What we do know is the #1 Killer in the US is heart disease. The self defense moves to protect oneself from this deadly threat? Simply, exercise, and a healthy diet.
This graphic made by GE is a great myth-buster. What do you think?
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