Noa Spector Flock is a licensed massage therapist, with a masters' degree in Education. She has taught movement, wellness and injury prevention in the University of South Florida, at St. Petersburg College and in Gibbs High School's dance department. Noa maintains a private practice for muscle therapy and movement education since 1982.
Health author Lisa Morrone gives readers an overall life plan for restoring their energy and ability and staying strong in their usefulness throughout their life span. Not a short-term repair job--not a rigid, inflexible plan--this resource lays out balanced, practical advice in seven areas:weight loss nutrition posture strength flexibility brain health rest
This multifaceted book points readers to effective lifestyle changes that will add life to their years by restoring their vitality and sense of meaning. Such renewal will last because it's initiated and maintained by a greater purpose--that of serving their friends and family, and serving God.
With contributions from leading international scholars, the chapters include a discussion of Eastern and Western world religions and their practices—such as fasting or the avoidance of alcohol and tobacco—and how they may foster healthfulness. A contemporary analysis of current research findings suggests possible interventions that individuals and health providers may utilize to enhance healthfulness. A final chapter explores the connection between health, illness, and religious and nonreligious perspectives.