Month: October 2013


We’re already partial to being mindful, but now there’s a magazine all about it–the latest findings, the latest programs, the most wonderful stories–the juicy bits.

Veggie Lover’s Pizza

This is one of my favorite new pizzas to make at home. It’s made of veggies and topped with veggies – what could be better?

Mindfulness at the Office: Our Secret Efficiency Factor

Every meeting at The Center for Mind-Body Medicine starts with a minute or so of Soft Belly Meditation, which is deep breathing with the simple mantra, “soft….belly”.

Bye Bye Butterflies

Publicity for the book describes it as teaching “self-regulation, stress management and mind-body techniques”, and it certainly does; but it’s really just the cutest, most empowering and practical gift you could give any young child.

Getting There

Sharon Van Nostran, DO…shares changes in her family, food, and work life since attending our Food As Medicine professional training.

Spaghetti Squash—Sans Spaghetti

When baked, this squash has a nice bite that can fool or at least appease any pasta eater. Spaghetti squash is a whole food option when looking for a pasta replacement that is not only gluten-free but also grain-free.

Nourish your practice with healthy meals

Community Nutrition Resources

Interested in teaching your patients, colleagues, or family members about the value of eating healthy foods? I have two words to suggest: feed them.

Finding Wellness Within

“Today after shaking and dancing I feel that I’ve come home, back to my body. I feel whole for the first time in years.”

Soft Belly Breathing

Dr. Gordon suggests we think “soft” as we breathe in and “belly” as we breathe out, reminding ourselves to relax our belly so we can take in full, healing breaths rather than shallow, tense ones.

CMBM aims to establish a nation-wide program of psychological self-care

The CMBM Haiti Program on the deLayski Family Foundation website.