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Signs That Show That A Man Is Attracted To You

03rd November 2008
Men have been known to be great liars and many women have to use the sixth sense to know whether he is telling the truth or not. There are physical cues which are more gender-oriented. If a man is attracted to you he will smile to you. A woman might be in... Read >
Author: Francis K Githinji

Four Signs a Geek Girl Thinks You’re Totally Hot

27th October 2008
Has a geek girl got the hots for you? If she does, it's easy to tell-if you know what to look for. Here are four signs that cute, smart girl over there with the rockin' laptop and the mad SEO skills is totally into you. She tells everyone your hard dri... Read >
Author: C. Smith

Why Build A Simple Golf Swing?

27th October 2008
The secret to consistent golf is to build a simple golf swing - one without a lot of moving parts and one you can repeat time and time again - even under pressure. Eighty percent of the 27 million golfers in this world do NOT achieve a handicap of less... Read >
Author: John Lynch

How To Flirt With A Guy - Intriguing Ways To Flirt With A Guy

15th October 2008
To flirt with a guy does not have to be for the strikingly beautiful. Anyone can do it provided you know the right thing to do at the right time. You have to try and impress the guy and to suggest that you are interested. Do not make it appear obvious. It... Read >
Author: Francis K Githinji

What is the Magic Triangle in the Golf Swing?

03rd September 2008
Just watch the tour pros on T.V. and the first thing you notice is how they keep their left arm straight as they swing the golf club. The trouble is; how do you learn to keep your left arm straight? A lotta golfers who think they keep their left arm... Read >
Author: John Lynch

What Does Inverting Mean

03rd September 2008
What does inverting mean? It means to reverse something and that is what we do when we use an inversion table we reverse ourselves so we are up side down. Why should we look after our spines? What we do not realise is the damage we do to our spines... Read >
Author: JA

How can yoga help in cerebral palsy treatment?

02nd September 2008
The need to create more awareness among people about cerebral palsy and the need to accept it has to grow amongst the people of this world. Most parents who have children who have cerebral palsy are often dejected and wonder how they are going to find the... Read >
Author: Melvin Kops

Exercises For Sciatic Nerve Pain by Ray Ferguson LMT

21st August 2008
Exercises for Sciatic Nerve Pain by Ray Ferguson LMT Have you ever wondered if there was anything at all that you could do to relieve the terrible pain caused by an irritated sciatic nerve? You have tried pain pills and muscle relaxers, but nothing wo... Read >
Author: Ray Ferguson

Tantric Yoga Positions

09th April 2008
The ancestry of the classic Tantra started as early as the Indus Valley civilization. The principal goal is to integrate or unify the male and female perspectives within an individual in order to attain artistic thinking and spiritual conversion. Accordin... Read >
Author: Sarah Noelle

How deep should you squat?

28th March 2008
This is a debate that has raged among fitness professionals and keen gym goers for many years. Now a number of people will tell you that if you don't go below parallel then you're not squatting correctly. Here's where I have a problem with that advi... Read >
Author: AlexPoole

Suzuki Maruti SX4 and Honda City: Compared

01st June 2007
Since the introduction of the Honda City in the market it has been very successful in keeping its competition with the likes of Ford, GM, Hyundai at bay attributed to the Civic's solid brand value which has made others at the trail playing catch up. ... Read >
Author: Ally Wahlberg

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Leaky Gut,  Helicobacter Pylori,  CFS and Fibromyalgia. Part 2

07th January 2007
Sufferers following my protocol who have chronic Leaky Gut or IBS symptoms tend not to achieve the same degree of recovery as those who report no gastro-intestinal symptoms. IBS or Leaky Gut sufferers often report having tried long antibiotic regimes,... Read >
Author: Mark Shaw

How to play the violin

18th November 2006
The violin player usually holds the instrument under the chin, supported by the left shoulder. The strings are sounded either by drawing the bow across them or by plucking them. The left hand regulates the sounding length of the strings by stopping them a... Read >
Author: Matthew Allison

The Importance of Posture and Relaxation for Good Voice Production

11th March 2006
Most people are not generally aware that speaking involves the whole body. If we are to learn to speak effectively and confidently, we firstly need to be sure to eliminate two of the voice's most powerful enemies. These are: 1. bad posture 2. tension... Read >
Author: Maggie Hall

Breathing and Resonance for Good Voice Production

11th March 2006
Improving one's ability to communicate is a significant step towards improving an individual's sense of self esteem and self confidence. As a Teacher of Speech and Drama and a Voice Tutor, I am often called upon to train people in the most effective way t... Read >
Author: Maggie Hall
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