Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI)
A fresh new year offers an opportunity for transformation. It provides a little extra motivation for kickstarting new habits. That's why this month, we've carefully selected 20 science-backed wellness practices to help you jump start your 2022 New Year on a happier and healthier note. Be sure to host your own personal white board session, create resolutions and brainstorm to welcome the best versions of yourselves in the coming year. Take full advantage of these wellness classes and start taking care of your body, while developing positive ways of thinking about life, yourself, and others. Happy New Year!
Instead of writing a to-do list, this video will guide you in writing a to be list. Whether you want to be happy, filled with laughter, or just Zen, this list will help you focus on yourself and fill your day with positivity.
Learn to challenge your body as Anthony guides you through an invigorating and full-body workout. Take advantage of these carefully arranged routines dedicated to sculpting, toning, and strengthening every muscle in a fun and exciting way.
Recognize that there are some organs we can feel easily and others that are quiet as you allow yourself to visualize your inner body. Observe yourself as you sit with your body without fear, and hydrate your cells and organs with your breath.
Gain insight into overcoming your anger as you become more aware of what brings your anger on and how you can conquer it. Recognize your tendency to anger without judgement, and relax your mind and body with long and smooth breaths.
Lie down in bed, close your eyes, and allow your body to feel what you are feeling as you unwind before bed. Bring a sense of relaxation to your body, and notice the rhythm of your own body and the rhythm of your own breath.
Sync your breathing with your steps as you find your rhythm and pulse through this walking meditative practice. Absorb this quiet time with yourself, see your feet in front of you, and allow yourself to simply be in the moment.