Oasis 2012

How many people can say they spent time at both the Republican and Democratic convention and came away feeling calm and recharged? Well, anyone who spent time at the Huffington Post Oasis, which was a world away from the crowds and chaos.
1. How do you unplug and recharge? I am never relaxed, but I live in New York so I walk a lot. For more coverage on The Oasis
5. What foods keep you feeling balanced? Fruits and vegetables, Greek yogurt and sparkling water. Keisha Senter, Associate
You met the volunteers, you caught up with the attendees (though some were asleep) and you even got a peek into some of the
A three-day convention is not simply a measure of time -- it's also a measure of endurance. When you're surrounded by the chaos of a political gathering of this magnitude, places to collect yourself are few and far between. Enter the HuffPost Oasis.
1. How do you unplug and recharge? I exercise every morning, which is part of my charge for the day (not recharge). I work
We asked you once before, and then we asked you again: How do YOU unplug and recharge? This round, Oasis guests, including
In the video above, Joan Wikowski focuses on the importance of breathing -- particularly exhaling -- at HuffPost's Oasis
For more coverage on the Oasis, click here. Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio swung by The Huffington Post's Oasis for some
The Huffington Post's GPS for the Soul mobile app was demo-ed at both the RNC and DNC Oasis in preparation for its release
HuffPost's Executive Health Editor Alana B. Elias Kornfeld asks Yelena Vorobyov to give three reasons why caring about health
Marcus Samuelsson, chef, HuffPost blogger and author of "Yes, Chef," revisited HuffPost's Oasis -- this time in Charlotte
Dr. James R. Doty, Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery at Stanford University and HuffPost blogger, shares a morning mindfulness
See who's catching some ZZZs the old-fashioned way in the slideshow below. Napping is all the rage at The Huffington Post's
Why do so many Americans need pills to do the most natural thing in the world? Arianna and HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill
When we find silence, it becomes our breath, and when we use it effectively, it brings newness and direction to life. Silence con­quers the tyrants of habit that oppress, suppress, and deceive us.
The benefits of yoga are plenty: from managing anxiety to combatting back pain, it's no wonder attendees of The Huffington