Hobbies That Interest You According To Your Zodiac Sign

What can we come to know about one’s hobbies merely by knowing one’s zodiac sign? A lot, really!

By one’s zodiac sign, you come to know of an individual’s basic nature. Let’s take an instance. Someone born under the zodiac sign of Aries is likely to be energetic and adventurous. The hobbies would by default involve activities which require high mobility and less concentration!

We could now run through the favorite hobbies of people from each zodiac sign!

1. Aries:

Aries are invariably energetic and enthusiastic. A stationary activity is likely to bore them out, and you could expect them to be on a lookout for action.

So the hobbies would involve sports and outdoor games. Sometimes it is even adventure sports and video games which interest them. They’re sure to adore vibrant music or motorbike riding, maybe even watching the latest programs.

2. Taurus:

Artistic and with a taste for all arts, Taurean individuals even love to be close nature and enjoy activities such as fishing.

They adore activities such as music and singing, even painting or sculpting. Fishing and gardening are some other hobbies you can expect a Taurean to have.

3. Gemini:

For a Gemini, stimulating both the mind and physique offers kicks like nothing else. But they are likely to keep varying their hobbies over time.

So you are likely to find Geminis into hobbies like table tennis, badminton, maybe even adventure sports, surfing the web to list a few.

4. Cancer:

Expect a Cancerian to be a home buddy; hobbies are invariably centered on it.

So a Cancerian is likely to be involved with stuff like gardening, interior decoration and cooking. Sometimes they’re into reading.

5. Leo:

Leos often have varied interests. In general, you can expect them to be confident, outgoing and simply on a lookout for the best in all that they do.

Expect a Leo to adore dancing, painting, adventure sport and music. They love to socialize and meet new people.

6. Virgo:

Virgos are invariably detail oriented, and they are very intelligent as well. So Virgos are more inclined towards intellectual activities rather than physical ones.

Agriculture, gardening and handicrafts are some of the favorite pastimes of Virgos. Hobbies could include things that stimulate their minds, such as writing or surfing the net.

7. Libra:

Librans are likely to have a host of versatile interests. They adore arts and creativity. Alternately, Librans are inherent socialites.

Attending operas or music shows, painting, fine dining and travelling is what a Libran loves.

8. Scorpio:

Scorpios are generally shy and avoid hobbies which involve large groups. They are likely to adore stuff which lets them grow their other pursuits.

Occult sciences are likely to fascinate Scorpios; they’re into yoga, meditation, religion, philosophy and astrology. They may read about it or take it up as a hobby. Alternately, they love music, collecting jewelry and clothes.

9. Sagittarius:

Sagittarians love nature and the outdoors. They are likely to have a wide selection of interests and hobbies.

Some of these would involve writing, camping, adventure sports and trying out new things.

10. Capricorn:

Capricorns are introverts; they adore hobbies they could carry out from the comforts of their homes. But they are practical and very often involved with creating useful stuff.

Gardening, artistic projects, painting and eating out are some hobbies that Capricorns are likely to have. And they love to make useful crafts.

11. Aquarius:

Aquarians are techno freaks, and yet another zodiac which has a myriad of hobbies.

So you can expect them to adore computer games, inventing new stuff, surfing the web, going for outdoor activities, socializing or even adventure sports.

12. Pisces:

Among people of all zodiac signs, Pisces are known to be the gentlest souls.

And going by their symbol, Pisces love water related sports and activities. Catching movies and collecting furniture are some of their other hobbies.

Oncology Massage and Healing Arts Conversations

The benefits of oncology massage, reviewed and researched for as long as I have been working in cancer centers as a Massage Therapist, encourage us, as Massage Therapists, to become vital support team members. Research indicates the possibilities of helping with the side effects of cancer treatment when patients, staff and physicians recognize what massage can do throughout treatment. Just as important is engaging with survivors and asking them the question, “What hobby gives you peace and comfort in difficult times?”

During massage therapy encounters in a chemotherapy unit I often have conversations with individual patients in regards to their art or craft history; painting, pottery, knitting, scrap booking, music, jewelry making, weaving, dance and other healing arts that are equally important. These conversations allow us to share our creative endeavors and serve as distraction therapy during their chemotherapy treatment. A simple lesson on the mindfulness of creative arts helps patients to realize how important it is to maintain their interests during treatment. Engaging in art keeps our brains busy with good feelings. I share how my time at a pottery wheel or on a dance floor allows me to be in the moment to be fully present to the experience which I believe for me is as good as yoga or a sitting meditation. I love inspiring each patient to fully understand how their creative energies are truly healing for them. Their creative energies can be a source of comfort and control as they go through cancer treatment. The ability to be in the moment, can brings feelings of comfort and control. The feeling of joy increases while using their creative energies, which can temporarily decrease the anxiety of cancer treatment. The hopeful end result can be good feelings of determination and recovery.

In one recent conversation a new patient told me she use to paint but with three children and a new cancer diagnosis she doubts that she will have the time. I offered a simple idea of bringing a sketchbook to her treatments and using that time in chemotherapy to draw in the sketch book. She loved the idea and I hope to see the sketchbook filled with images of what is most important to her soon. Another patient sings professionally and it is the highlight of her week to sit at a local tiki booth and sing. During her treatment cycle she might not have the energy to set up her speakers or tear her equipment down. However, she does have a supportive husband who can be her one man crew, and with that help she can still sing to her heart’s content. Another patient shares her love of art and I share how much I love creating my pottery pieces and sharing photos of my work. Conversation about art and craft history, creative energies, and being in the moment make time spent with a patient fly for both of us. I always leave a few minutes for quiet massage after we share our passions with each other. Conversations and encouragement to continue an arts and craft hobby that centers us on what we are doing at the moment, helps patients realize the importance of being in that moment during cancer treatment. With massage therapy and conversation they smile with gratitude and continue the good fight. I always encourage the Massage Therapists that I train to understand the value of these conversations with their clients, as well as have creative moments of joy for themselves.