Recipe By Alyssa Baxley, Sync Team Member 1/2 cup rolled oats 1/2 cup nut milk (almond, coconut, soy, etc) Maple syrup Nut butter Seeds (chia, flax, hemp, etc) Cocoa Powder Cinnamon Frozen or fresh berries About Alyssa Baxley Alyssa is the communications manager at Synchronicity and has always had a passion for health and wellness.…
Try this 40 minute yoga video led by expert Sync instructor Tracy Abeles after a long day to allow for a smooth and calm transition into the evening. About TracyTracy uses her previous experience as an actress and years of experience as a yoga and pilates teacher to bring you a unique, funny, and wonderful…
Exercise improves the body’s strength, endurance, and coordination. It also offers a unique opportunity for us to simultaneously practice all 6 of the mental skills learned in Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT). Here are a few easy ways to incorporate practice reps with ACT mental skills while you exercise.
Both exercise and daily life put stress on the body. At the cellular level this oxidative stress can damage cells, cause premature aging, and delay recovery. We can optimize cellular repair and improve recovery by eating a diet that is rich in antioxidants. In this blog post, we share 4 antioxidants that are essential for effective recovery as well as the foods that contain them in abundance.
Now that we’ve covered all the mental skills in Acceptance and Commitment training, how can we put them into practice? In this blog post, check out how our Sync team member, Alyssa, finds herself practicing defusion and acceptance.
Did you know that exercise builds your brain, enhances learning and memory, results in a mood-altering chemical cocktail, and may even help treat depression and anxiety?
In this blog post, we highlight the 3 critical ways exercise benefits your brain.