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Om Shanti Veda Healthies!

It’s great to be in touch with you all again, and just in time to give You an Exclusive Holiday Special for a Healthy Mind, Body & Spirit!

As you know, I am a Director of Health at, a Unique Natural Health website whose mission is to help people find natural ways to heal from pain and illness.

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Namaste and Blessings,


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Calling all Laughs…

Laughing is one of life’s greatest joys!

But did you know that laughing helps reduce stress and boost immunity?

A Midwestern study of 33 healthy adult women who watched humorous videos and then had their non-specific immune cells tested, showed an increase in the activation of Natural Killer (NK) cells. NK cell activity is critical for fighting off many diseases.

Women also had their mirthful laughter measured by the Humor Response Scale and showed a statistically significant reduction in stress and those who scored greater than 25 on the humor response scale had increased immune function postintervention. 

SO, since LAUGHING is so Great for you, WHAT DO YOU LAUGH ABOUT?

Veda Health wants to know what makes you giggle so feel free to post & comment your funniest moments. *Oh, and keep it clean for the PG audience. 🙂

Namaste & Blessings, 


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Greetings Loyal Veda Healthies!

As some of you may know, I am Director of Health at the Incredible Holistic Health Website and we need you!

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My Wholesome 1 Exercise for Fibromyalgia Video!

Hi Veda Healthies!

If you suffer from aches, pain and soreness or have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you might wonder if you can ever exercise again? Well, the answer is YES! 

Fibromyalgia sufferers can actually benefit from slow, controlled physical activity and moderate exercise. Check out my informative video for some great ideas and options for fitness while living with Fibromyalgia.






The Calming Breath – Nadi Shodhana

(nah-dee show-DAH-nah) 
nadi = channel
shodhana = cleaning, purifying

Step by Step

Sit in a comfortable asana and make Mrigi Mudra. Beginning pranayama students may have some difficulty holding their raised arm in position for the length of the practice. You can put a bolster across your legs and use it to support your elbow.

Gently close your right nostril with your thumb. Inhale through your left nostril, then close it with your ring-little fingers. Open and exhale slowly through the right nostril.

Keep the right nostril open, inhale, then close it, and open and exhale slowly through the left. This is one cycle. Repeat 3 to 5 times, then release the hand mudra and go back to normal breathing. (NOTE: some yoga schools begin this sequence by first closing the left nostril and inhaling through the right; this order is prescribed in the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, 2.7-10).

Traditionally Nadi Shodhana includes breath retention, fixed ratio breathing, and the repetition of certain “seed” mantras (cf. Gheranda Samhita 5.38-54). For beginning pranayama students, it’s best to focus only on the inhales and exhales.