Introduction to Anatomy Through Yoga

Hi My name is Anita Vasudevan and I’m a 4th year medical student here at the University of Michigan. I’m also a certified yoga instructor when I was a 1st year student studying musculoskeletal anatomy I found that using yoga was an intuitive and practical way to engage with the material. This video series is

My Surgery Guide: Deep Breathing & Coughing Exercises

My Surgery Guide: Deep Breathing & Coughing Exercises

Hello, and welcome to the University Health Network. Today I’m going to be teaching you about deep breathing and coughing. Amanda: Hello Mr. Santos. How are you today? Mr: Santos: Pretty well, thanks. Amanda: Good. My name is Amanda and I am a physiotherapist on the unit and today I am going to be teaching

Millennials are leaving religion and not coming back | IN 60 SECONDS

Millennials are leaving religion and not coming back | IN 60 SECONDS

Young people have earned a reputation for taking down industries and institutions, from Applebee’s to breakfast cereal. And although many of these critiques are exaggerated, the effect that young people have had on organized religion is indisputable. More than four-in-ten young people are religiously unaffiliated today. It is the most common religious identity among young

Mindful Meditation: Miracle Cure or Media Hype?

Mindful Meditation: Miracle Cure or Media Hype?

Ah, just a little mindful meditation to relax the brain. Man, this feels great! Oh. Eugh. Mindful meditation is the latest cure-all for, well, just about anything. Do you want to eat better? Cure your back pain? Become rich? Well, then close those eyes, take a deep breath and…do nothing, really. The news is full

BrainWorks: Exercise and the Brain

BrainWorks: Exercise and the Brain

SPEAKER 1: Brainworks is made possible with generous support provided by the Dean Witter Foundation, working to expand innovative K through 12 public education initiatives. More at deanwitterfoundation.org. SPEAKER 2: With additional program support provided by The Dana Foundation, your gateway to responsible information about the brain. More at dana.org. SPEAKER 3: Brainworks. SPEAKER 4:

We don’t need God or religion to know right from wrong | Michael Shermer

We don’t need God or religion to know right from wrong | Michael Shermer

Science and good and evil, good and bad, right and wrong, murder, all these things… human moral values. Well, I wrote a book about this, The Moral Arc. I am what’s called a moral realist: I think there are real moral values out there to be discovered. Now, not “out there” in the cosmos for

Transform your Career Through Mindfulness-Based Occupational Therapy

Transform your Career Through Mindfulness-Based Occupational Therapy

The Mindfulness-Based Occupational Therapy Certificate is for healthcare practitioners, all over the world, to integrate mindfulness more explicitly in our work as healthcare practitioners. We really are very empathic compassionate people, but we can become compassion fatigued, we can get burned out and so, mindfulness allows us to remain centered and it allows us to

HOW TO PRACTISE MINDFULNESS AS YOU DRESS

HOW TO PRACTISE MINDFULNESS AS YOU DRESS

Hello fabulous and welcome back to The Moon and The Mirror Youtube video channel. I’m Sophie. In todays video we’re going to talk about practising mindfulness as you dress. We all find it hard to get the time to actually practise it, but something we all share is a time in the morning where we

Kuyken: Representation of Mindfulness – De-Mystifying Mindfulness by  Universiteit Leiden #10

Kuyken: Representation of Mindfulness – De-Mystifying Mindfulness by Universiteit Leiden #10

For a whole variety of reasons, for the last probably three, four years, the media has reported mindfulness in an incredibly positive way. And in my view, probably in an overly positive way. Friends of mine who work in the media tell me that that was unprecedented, and because news is news. For something to

Bullet journaling 101: Mindfulness meets productivity | Ryder Carroll

Bullet journaling 101: Mindfulness meets productivity | Ryder Carroll

When people ask me what the Bullet Journal method is I like to describe it as a mindfulness practice that’s disguised as a productivity system. So what sets Bullet Journal apart from regular list keeping and journaling? It’s not linear. So essentially you create these things called collections which are essentially lists or graphs or