“Would you like a little choice in your life?” ” Do you need to be able to decide for yourself?” “Do you love it when you get to follow your own emergence?” One of the needs that is most missing in our world, from childhood, through work, and on through old age, is the need for self-determination. What changes can we make so that this energy is more alive for us in our lives? What unconscious contracts can we release to make sure that we have a sense of freedom? And what is happening in the brain with the longing for choice, and what happens when that need is met? In this 90-minute session, we’ll learn a little about the brain, a little about unconscious contracts, and a lot about ourselves.
This webinar gives a broad overview of the history, concepts, technology and uses of simulation models. Through case studies and live model demonstrations, you can gain an appreciation for how these models, including digital twins, can be applied to specific systems engineering experience areas.
• Simulation Modeling
• Multimethod Modeling
• Application of Simulation Modeling to the Systems Engineering Experience Areas
• Simulation Model Data
• Other Considerations
MTV Power Yoga features Kristin McGee leading the viewer through a yoga workout designed to appeal to anyone – regardless of the level of experience the viewer possesses. The group Blue Six performs the music heard during the program. A short Pilates workout focused on shaping abdominal muscles rounds out this exercise video.
The understanding of Modes and their application has eluded even well-seasoned guitar players. Gambale has made a video that finally clears up the mystery of Modes. As Gambale says “Knowing how to use Modes is as important as learning how to drive a car, they are everything, every song every in almost every styles of music”. All the Modes of the Major are explained. Also explained clearly is how to make modal chord progressions. Where else will you find that information. With this video and some study, you will understand Modes once and for all.
This is like a Jane Fonda workout video for guitarists. The idea of this DVD is to put it in the machine, and play along for over an hour without stopping. It is a continuous workout with a warm-up, a workout and a cool-down. It pushes you through picking exercises ( alternate, sweeping and string-skipping ), and all the Modes of Major, Melodic Minor and Harmonic Minor, String-Skipping Pentatonics, mixing triplets and 16th notes, Arpeggios, Hammer-ons and Pull-Offs, and more. This video, three times a week will definitely keep your chops building. Comes with a 75 page booklet with every exercise written in music and tablature.
Truly an exciting new way to improve the ability of your hands that is both fun and rewarding!
Finger Fitness is a series of exercises designed to enhance hand strength, coordination, finger independence and fine motor response-exercises you can do anywhere, any time. All you need are your hands. And this approach to hand conditioning is a powerful tool for boosting performance and strength in specialized applications, such as playing a musical instrument, typing on a computer or carrying out a delicate surgical procedure.
Enjoyable methods to improve strength and coordination
Five exercises lessons to enhance finger independence dexterity, and agility
Ten fun and easy dance routines to reinforce the lessons learned
The amazing new finger ballet, Ne Mina
Progressively challenging routines that will keep your hands healthy for life!
Basic exercises ideal for use as warm-ups or short breaks in the workplace.
Running Time Approximately 63min
Berkeley Community Television broadcast 22 episodes of the Conflict Hotline, a monthly television show featuring Miki Kashtan and other BayNVC trainers. A Conflict Coach, usually Miki, guided the other trainers through role-plays in order to support callers and other viewers in learning about using NVC for resolving conflicts and for healing. Previously the show was broadcast on KPFA radio. Many people have found this to be an exciting way to bring NVC alive for viewers.