I have finished shooting about 70 one minute videos that are being edited and posted on the You Tube channel. Videos shot by Robyn K. White, Heidelberg University Media Producer & Coordinator. Producer Erica Huffman, Heidelberg University student. Editing done by Nathan Cutietta, Heidelberg University Director of the Media Communication Center.
I’m an official UZIT! I have the piece of paper that says I’m official.
What is a UZIT? UZIT is an Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Practitioner. I’m now able to treat patient’s symptoms in the UZIT modalities of: Essential Oil Therapy, Reiki, Yoga Therapy (breath awareness, in-bed movement, guided meditation), and contemplative care. Symptoms treated: Pain, Anxiety, Nausea, Insomnia, Constipation and exhaustion. UZIT focuses on the patient not the treating of the disease.
This is an interesting movie by Joe Cross on how he fasted with vegetables and fruit, ran through a juicer. It’s about Joe an Australian fasting for 60 days drinking green juice as he travels across the US. Watch the video to see the transformation with Joe and others. It includes weight loss and elimination of prescription drugs. You can watch the movie free on Hulu or you can rent or purchase it.
I would like to share with you some pictures of my latest project. I am working on a series of videos with my partner Jenn Gebhart. These videos will be between 45 and 90 seconds long. They will be posted here on my site and through our Facebook page “Real Yoga, LLC“. So far I have shot 35 videos of various poses and will do an additional 20 or so with Jenn.
To calm your body and mind you need to ground yourself and be in the present moment.
I have a story I want to share with you. I spent last weekend (Valentine’s Weekend) without my wife at a Three Day Silent Retreat True Nature Holistic Retreats. Carol was okay with me going since I had to cancel in December when my father had an unexpected surgery. I needed to attend this retreat as part of my UZIT training and wanted to get it finished so when I completed the clinical part I could move forward without waiting for a Retreat at a later date.
“These results suggest that treadmill training and yoga practice improved ambulatory function, fatigue and mood status in the individuals with mild to moderate MS.”