Treating Your Body Right – Robin Westen on The Empowerment Show

“My body is not me. Its mine.” Dahn Yoga

How are you treating the vessel carrying you around? Are you giving it love and care or are you filling it with no so good things?

YOGA BODY CLEANSE COVERIn this episode we learn the importance of conscious eating and taking the time to cleanse our digestive system. Caring for our bodies also includes clearing our minds through meditation, using deep breathing for stress relief, releasing our monkey mind chatter, and acknowledging our emotions without judgment.

robin westenRobin Westen talks about having a respect for our bodies and learning how to care for it properly. Robin received an Emmy Award for the ABC health show FYI. She is currently the medical director for Thirdage.com, the largest health site for baby boomers on the web. She is the author of the Harvard Medical School Guide Getting Your Child To Eat (Almost) Anything, Ten Days to Detox, V is for Vagina (coauthored with Alyssa Dweck, MD), and her most recent books The Yoga-Body Cleanse: A 7-Day Ayurvedic Detox to Rejuvenate Your Body and Calm Your Mind and The 2-Day Superfood Cleanse: A Weekly Detox Program to Boost Energy, Lose Weight and Maintain Optimal Health. She’s written featured articles for dozens of national magazines including Glamour, Vegetarian Times, Psychology Today, SELF, Cosmopolitan, and others. Robin has been practicing yoga, meditation, and cleansing for over fifteen years.   

Listen in to this lively discussion of what it takes to be health mentally, physically, and emotionally.

Dr. Archana Lal-Tabak

Mind-Body Medicine with Dr. Archana Lal-Tabak

After a being misdiagnosed by thirty (30) doctors and experiencing side effects from the fourteen (14) medications, Dr. Archana Lal-Tabak took back her health and completely healed naturally.  Today she now helps others return to health using modern and ancient techniques.

We do not need to be a victim of our genes.  We are not powerless in changing our experience of life and health.  We have innate knowledge as to own healing capabilities. 

Dr. Archana Lal-Tabak
Dr. Archana Lal-Tabak

Modern medicine and insurance separate us into parts when in truth all of our systems overlap and intertwine.  There is no separation between mind and body.  When we can begin to look at ourselves from an overall perspective, we can find healing not solely from medications but from changing nutrition, community involvement, detox, exercise, meditation, creativity, and a host of other options.  Our minds and bodies are continuously sending us messages.  By learning to hear and respond to these messages, we can find ways to make positive changes in our lives through lifestyle changes.  Instead of masking pain, there are ways to listen and learn from one’s discomfort in order to make long-lasting changes to the level of health we experience.

Listen to this powerful conversation about the Mind-Body Connection to learn about psychoneuroimmulogy and Indian Ayuveda, to learn how our gut and our heart receptors are providing as much insight into our health as our brains, and how we have the ability to go “beyond our genes” by affecting how our genes express themselves.

Dr. Archana Lal-Tabak and Melissa Heisler discuss new findings about ancient healing practices and how you can use these to take back your health.