Whether we travel all the time or once a year, we’re all aware of impending travel sickness. Remember Airborne? Skip that sugary fizz tablet and follow these rules to stay balanced and healthy on your next vacation.
Self-care is a holistic mind and body approach to creating physical and mental wellness. It requires attention in three areas: mental wellness, physical wellness, and spiritual wellness. While we often find ways to feed ourselves mentally and spiritually, the physical portion takes a back seat. Usually due to over-crammed schedules, fatigue, or most often the […]
Written by: Pamela Todd, Certified Yoga Therapist and Yoga instructor pamelatoddyogatherapy.com
Often times, when it comes to a New Year’s resolution to get fit and improve your health, you may find that you start out strong, but after a few months, your drive has diminished or even disappeared completely. All hope isn’t lost, and there are ways to get back on track once you recognize what […]
Written by: Jill Roth, Certified Essentrics® Instructor, from BodyAwarenessCoach.com
A whopping 67% of people with gym memberships never visit the gym. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that adults should spend at least 2.5 hours per week doing moderate-intensity exercises, plus focus on strength-training techniques at least 2 days a week. You can’t tackle that recommendation from your sofa, so it’s important […]
When people set a goal to lose weight and get in better shape, oftentimes they have this idea of how that’s supposed to go – an image of them struggling through bowls of endless salad and running mile after mile in solitude. Sometimes, getting in shape can feel like a solitary task – you vs. […]
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