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Medicine Wheel Training

medicine wheel training
    medicine wheel
  • A stone circle built by North American Indians, believed to have religious, astronomical, territorial, or calendrical significance
  • Medicine wheels, or sacred hoops, were constructed by laying stones in a particular pattern on the ground. Most medicine wheels follow the basic pattern of having a center of stone(s), and surrounding that is an outer ring of stones with "spokes", or lines of rocks radiating from the center.
  • A large circular pattern made on the ground through the placement of stones. The patterns could include other rings, spokes and cairns. The Blackfoot indians used these kinds of structures as part of a death lodge to inter famous and powerful warriors.
  • Since 50 states werenit enough, yuppie New Agers stole this ritual so they could use it to fix flat tires on their mountain bikes and Jeeps.
  • activity leading to skilled behavior
  • education: the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior); "a woman of breeding and refinement"
  • (trained) shaped or conditioned or disciplined by training; often used as a combining form; "a trained mind"; "trained pigeons"; "well-trained servants"
  • The action of teaching a person or animal a particular skill or type of behavior
  • The action of undertaking a course of exercise and diet in preparation for a sporting event
medicine wheel training - Gaiam Balance
Gaiam Balance Ball Chair (Black)
Gaiam Balance Ball Chair (Black)
The Gaiam Balance Ball Chair, developed under the consultation of chiropractic pioneer Dr. Randy Weinzoff, greatly alleviates the aching back/legs/arms syndrome that comes from working at a desk for hours. Designed for people between 5-feet and 5-feet, 11-inches tall, this unique chair employs the same balance ball used in your workout routine, but with an adjustable support bar, easy-glide casters, an air pump, and a desktop guide to help keep you moving. Designed by leading health and fitness experts, the Gaiam Balance Ball chair helps relieve pain and promote proper spinal alignment, posture, a healthier back, and overall well-being.

The Balance Ball Chair is an effective tool for strengthening core muscles and improving spinal alignment.
The height of the back of the chair is 2.5 feet tall
The base measures 20 inches wide from one side of the wheels to the other
Comes with 2 locking back casters and 2 regular front casters
Some assembly is required
Dimensions: 21 by 31 by 22 inches (W x H x D)
Weight: 13 pounds
Weight Capacity: 300 pounds
What's in the Box?
Gaiam Balance Ball chair, air pump
Special Note:
For optimal performance, it may be necessary to re-inflate your new Balance Ball once or twice after the initial inflation. Once your chair is assembled and the Balance Ball is inflated, re-check the ball size the next day. If necessary, add additional air and check once more the following day. Your new Balance Ball may need a day or two to "stretch" to its final size (which should then fit perfectly in the base).

About Gaiam
Gaiam was created as a lifestyle company with the vision that, given a choice, people would choose a lifestyle that is healthy and life-enhancing, for themselves, their families, and the Earth. The Gaiam lifestyle is a vote for individual health as well as the future sustainability of the Earth's resources. Gaiam strives to provide customers with alternatives to traditional products by offering natural, eco-friendly or healthy versions that compare with the style, quality, and price of conventional products.

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The Tragic Tale of Zamanat Abbas Rizvi
The Tragic Tale of Zamanat Abbas Rizvi
We always crib about bad people in the world, we always crib when we get a tiny pimple and it wont go, staring at us rebelliously from the mirror.. We are human , we err and yet are million miles away from divinity... I was standing above from a single storey house and shooting the arrival of the Athvi Amary juloos into this lane , i had shot from this house a few years back too, my eyes fell on thi disabled Shia kid , with the mark of his kama matam on his short cropped hair. He looked at me and I have never met him before , I clicked this picture..but it was Cassim Hallauri who climbed up the stairs to tell me a tragic tale .. of Zamanat Abbbas Rizvi.. Zamanat Abbas Rizvi from Govandi had done the kama matam on Ashura day this year and was returning home by train, he fell of the train at Kurla station, and the train sped over his legs taking it along with the wheels..he was dragged too.. Cassim told me he was bought to the hospital by 5 burkha clad ladies , none his relatives , perhaps Shia he did not know, they lodged a police complaint had him hospitalized , got him blood, expensive medicines and just disappeared. His parents found him the next day. The lady standing away from him is hs mother watching and praying for the safety of her son.. she did not want to be photographed either.. I did not talk to him, as there was hardly any time but I had decided I would write his story when I came to his picture while posting.. Cassim also told me he was conscious inspite of losing both his legs, and had told the doctors at the hospital, to do anything they wanted , but no to put stitches on his head wound as it would heal automatically... So there are good people , complete strangers who come help and disappear without their name or their identities.. This is Mumbai and good samaritans are everywhere like angels but only you cant see them..
So rock me, mama, like a wagon wheel...
So rock me, mama, like a wagon wheel...
Headed down south to the land of the pines And I'm thumbin' my way into North Caroline Starin' up the road Pray to God I see headlights I made it down the coast in seventeen hours Pickin' me a bouquet of dogwood flowers And I'm a hopin' for Raleigh I can see my baby tonight So rock me mama like a wagon wheel Rock me mama any way you feel Hey mama rock me Rock me mama like the wind and the rain Rock me mama like a south-bound train Hey mama rock me Runnin' from the cold up in New England I was born to be a fiddler in an old-time stringband My baby plays the guitar I pick a banjo now Oh, the North country winters keep a gettin' me now Lost my money playin' poker so I had to up and leave But I ain't a turnin' back To livin' that old life no more So rock me mama like a wagon wheel Rock me mama any way you feel Hey mama rock me Rock me mama like the wind and the rain Rock me mama like a south-bound train Hey mama rock me Walkin' to the south out of Roanoke I caught a trucker out of Philly Had a nice long toke But he's a headed west from the Cumberland Gap To Johnson City, Tennessee And I gotta get a move on before the sun I hear my baby callin' my name And I know that she's the only one And if I die in Raleigh At least I will die free... --Wagon Wheel, Old Crow Medicine Show

medicine wheel training
medicine wheel training
Training Wheels for Nurses: What I Wish I Had Known My First 100 Days on the Job: Wisdom, Tips, and Warnings from Experienced Nurses
Nothing is more daunting than your first 100 days in a new profession -- unless you go in prepared. Who better to advise you on how to successfully make it through than hundreds of experienced nurses who have been successful themselves?
Benefit From Their Wisdom:
Never call a physician without all the facts -- vital signs, baselines, labs, meds, history, etc.! I now have all of my "ducks in a row" before calling the MD.
Hospital staff nurse
It really doesn't matter how well you can give a shot or do a dressing change. Usually, the best medicine is a good conversation.
Orthopedic nurse
Learn from Their Mistakes:
Be ready to let go of the false belief that you must "know everything" right away in order to be a good nurse. The imposter syndrome, while rampant among new nurses, doesn't serve us well!
Long-term Facility Geriatrics nurse
Go to the bathroom when you need to! (Nurses are notorious for "holding it!")
Surgical nurse
And Remember That Humor Conquers All:
There's nothing like eating popcorn from an unused bedpan.
Emergency room nurse
I get to have as many free band-aids as I want!
Medical nurse