August 18, 2019

Active Work

A new school year is beginning, and we begin migrating to an indoor place of work. This move of scenery becomes more sedentary and void of natural light for many Americans. Although it may be hard to find a job or class that will allow you to work outside, you don’t have to give up your physical activity goals. As a matter of fact, you now have the opportunity to get creative with activity and make it fun for yourself. Furthermore, by doing so, you may even attract other employees to join you in your goals!
August 11, 2019

Namaste

It is believed that on the banks of Lake Kantisarvar, the first Yoga session was held over 15,000 years ago. Shiva, the first Yogi, shared the session with 7 disciples who spread the practice to […]
August 4, 2019

Sleepy Time

The first thing you did today was wake up. How did you feel? Was it feelings of energy, power, and rejuvenation; or, was it feelings of fatigue, stress, and restlessness? If you are in the […]
July 28, 2019

Habitual Excellence

Have you ever tried to make a resolution or a new healthy habit and got frustrated because it wouldn’t stick? Our personal trainer, Zach BeMiller, claims that “holding yourself accountable until that routine sticks is […]
July 21, 2019

As Simple as Self-Care

When was the last time you felt stressed? Stressed to the extent of not feeling like yourself. Some individuals may experience this more than others; although, everyone is susceptible to this state of being. The […]
June 30, 2019

A Bit of a Stretch

“Sit down, extend one leg forward, reach for your toes with both hands, and hold it there for 15 seconds.” You have most likely heard and done this hamstring stretch many times before and after […]