2 MINUTES OF ZEN
The 2 Minutes of Zen series gives you quick and simple wellness hacks you can do while you brush your teeth, for a healthy mind, body & mouth. Together with leading health and wellness experts, we'll guide you through everything from a strengthening squat workout to a calming mindfulness practice, all to be done while you're brushing your teeth.
2 Minute Mantra with Nicole Sciacca
Everyone has 2 minutes a day. This is gentle reminder that we can choose our responses to every situation that comes our way. Created in partnership with Aaptiv.
How to practice mindful eating, with Dr Chatterjee
Dr Rangan Chatterjee provides simple ways in which you can practice mindful eating, to reduce stress and strengthen your mouth from the inside out.
4 Count Meditation Reset with Nicole Sciacca
This is a meditation that can be done while you brush your teeth to pause and reset your focus, breath, or energy. Created in partnership with Aaptiv.
Simple mouth stretches with Amy Lane
Your mouth can carry a lot of the days' tension, try this two minute ritual by Amy Lane, to release the tensions of the day and revive a stale mouth before you go to bed.
Quick Stretch: Hips, Legs and Ankles with Kenta Seki
Wake up with this gentle two minute lower body multi directional stretch. You may need a wall or counter top to hold for balance. Created in partnership with Aaptiv.
Evening wind down stretch with Roger Frampton
This guided two minute wind down stretch, by movement coach Roger Frampton, will help ease the pressure points in your body from the day to relieve stress.
We have partnered with health and wellness experts to raise awareness about the importance of oral health as part of overall health, and how our mouths are the gateway to health. Check them out.
Why Good Health Begins in the Mouth
In this Feel Better, Live More Podcast episode, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee speaks with Dentist Dr. Steven Lin about good oral health being much more than just brushing your teeth. Dr. Lin explains why oral health reflects what is happening in the rest of the body. He believes in preventing diseases by understanding the signs and symptoms. From our sleep, to the nutrients we intake, all prove a link between our oral microbiome and the rest of our body
Healthy mouth, healthy body
In this Emma Guns Show episode, Pete William from Functional Medicine Associates joins to talk about why the bacteria balance in our mouths is so crucial for the health of our body. Pete shares practical tips, scientific insights and fascinating new research about how our microbiome functions, and our body and mouth are more connected than what we think.