ALTERNATIVE COMPLIMENTARY MEDICINE NEWS & REVIEW:
By Columnist Julie Rampal – International Celebrity Personal Trainer, Yoga and Pilates Pro:
Photo credit: Andre Pierre du Plessis, 2010 – Give it Away –
Holistic Fitness is a new anti-aging workout that’s designed to help you survive the new technological wave and future. This methodology, created by Julie Rammal, is used by celebrities, the royal family, and many families worldwide. The workout was kept a secret for years and is extremely popular because it delivers result in just 3 training sessions with over 15 major benefits including its anti-aging, slimming and firming effects. However, the true secret is that holistic fitness listens and communicates with your body.
On a quick note, holistic fitness contains the finest ingredients of ancient and modern fitness practices, and alternative and complementary medicine and is truly the future of movement. It combines the best of Aerobics, Pilates, and Yoga, as well as Primal Movements, Martial Arts, and Dance, along with Stretching, and focuses on being connected to nature. How cool is that?
Reconnecting to Your Body
In this century, most of us have lost complete connection to ourselves and continue to disconnect more with artificial surroundings, toxic food, and poor posture, also stress, and technology. We have also lost the ability communicate with our body and to heal ourselves. It seems as if humans have lost their natural ability to know what is right or wrong. However, this problem can be overcome by listening to your body.
How to Listen to Your Body
To begin to listen to your body, try this exercise routine daily for 5-10 minutes until you can finally hear your own body.
Step 1: Shut down all noise and find a comfortable place to lie down on
Step 2: Close your eyes and begin to focus on your breath
Step 3: Let go of all physical tensions and become aware of any physical tensions that remain on your body (shoulders, back, neck, hips, etc..)
Step 4: Use your subconscious to place your hand instinctively wherever it wants to go on your body.
Step 5: Wherever your hand went is a place where the body needs attention, and potentially there could be something going on there. Begin to meditate on this area for the remaining 5-10 minutes and notice if any colours, messages start to arise.
Remember, this practice takes awhile to hear your body communicate. But once you understand the principal the results will astound you.
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About Our Alternative Complimentary Medicine News and Review Columnist
Julie Rammal is an International Celebrity Personal Trainer, Yoga and Pilates Pro, and a leading holistic fitness and Ayurvedic practitioner. She has trained some of the biggest stars and Royal families in the middle east. Therefore, it is no wonder she is called, “The Middle East Princess of Holistic Fitness.”
Growing-up in over 40 countries, Julie has helped thousands of people to find themselves by connecting back to their body and mind. Her diverse fitness background in: Aerobics, dance, gymnastics, Pilates and Yoga have led her to create the first holistic fitness dvd that focuses on changing, connecting, and training the body and mind together in a 2-week program to make you younger, firmer, and slimmer! Her recently produced DVD, “IN LIGHT OF CHANGE” (52 minutes, www.jsport.co) was a huge hit seller.
Julie demonstrates a variety of fitness moves inspired by aerobics, primal movements, stretching, Yoga and Pilates. She honors the mind and body. Julie focuses on spreading her messages of natural holistic fitness, health, and motivation to inspire our current and next generation to connect to a healthier and naturally fitter, stress free population.
Disclaimer: The information published in this column are based on the author’s own professional and personal knowledge, and opinion. This information and opinion are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment of any manner. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition and consult a qualified medical professional before beginning any nutritional program or exercise program. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on InShape News.