1-Minute Change Helps Users Adjust Their Energy Quickly




Body & Brain Yoga Tai Chi is helping people to change their energy with a free downloadable app called the 1-Minute Change. “Our bodies aren’t designed to sit for long periods of time, but most of us are stuck at a desk for up to 10 hours per day without taking proper breaks for the mind and body. The 1-Minute Change app will remind you each hour to get up, get moving and get the energy flowing through your body for 60 seconds every hour,” says Ilchi Lee, founder of Body & Brain Yoga Tai Chi.

       Application users can choose a series of one-minute exercises from existing training options which include core strengthening, stress release, weight management and brain enhancement. The app is free to download as part of a global health initiative led by Body & Brain Yoga Tai Chi. The app is based on principles embodied in Lee’s new book, I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years.

Locations: Northbrook, Skokie, Libertyville, Mt. Prospect, Westmont, Glen Ellyn, Orland Park, Oak Park, Crystal Lake and Bloomingdale. Download the app at Android and Apple app stores. For more information, visit 1MinChange.ChangeYourEnergy.com and BodyNBrain.com.  

 

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