By Marge C. Enriquez
The clients are lying on the mat with their shoulders and knees drawn up while sucking in their bellies. Resistance bands are looped around their feet. Gripping the ends of the bands, they curl their biceps. Later in the class, they stand up with the bands planted under their feet. They pull the bands to stretch the sides of their bodies, as if doing dumbbell side bends.
Inside OutBy Cory Quirino
Nature has always provided the answers to life’s challenges. There is a new scientific approach to harnessing the power of floral essences that is supposed to realign our physical, emotional and spiritual bodies.
Inner AwarenessBy Jaime T. Licauco
About a week after that incident, I went back to the place of Apo Ina, with the late actor and UFO investigator Roy Alvarez, who was interested in paranormal phenomena.
By Irene C. Perez
The NatGeo Earth Day Run goes full marathon for the first time this year.
By Anne A. Jambora
The world’s largest educational theme park, a hyper-real playground where children aged 4 to 14 are encouraged to immerse themselves in role-play, will soon rise at the Bonifacio Global City.
By Pablo A. Tariman
The performing arts world notes with sadness the passing away recently of artists and writers who dedicated their lives to the blossoming of the arts.
By Fr. Isidro Abano
A tour of the Catholic churches of Cebu is nothing less than a survey of the heritage of the Church in the Philippines, Cebu being the cradle of Christianity in the Philippines.
By Edgar Allan M. Sembrano
While most heritage advocates push for adaptive reuse of important structures, an exit of the historic Fort Bonifacio War Tunnel was recently discovered to have been “converted” and “reused” into a septic tank.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
The team that was responsible for the hit musical play “Care Divas”—writer Liza Magtoto and director Maribel Legarda—has done it again with “Rak of Aegis” (Philippine Educational Theater Association, at the Peta Theater Center, Quezon City).
By Fran Katigbak
There is an exhibit in town where the pieces on display, sans enclosed glass shelves and dim lighting, not only beg to be photographed, but also to be touched, cuddled, played and tinkered with.
By Jilson Seckler Tiu
Artery Manila’s ninth annual Kristo Manila art exhibit. “A Heritage of Art in Faith,” running at the SM Megamall Art Center, gathers more than a hundred artists, established and emerging, making their own artistic assays at portraying the Crucified Christ.