Yoga, You Can Do It!

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If you’ve done your “downward dog” yoga pose today, you’re probably feeling more relaxed. Regardless of your level of yoga expertise, if you’re practicing regularly, you can feel better from head to toe. Yoga offers physical and mental health benefits for people of all ages. Also, if you’re going through an illness, recovering from surgery or living with a chronic condition, yoga can become an integral part of your treatment and potentially hasten healing. Yoga improves strength, balance and flexibility. Slow movements and deep breathing increase blood flow and warm up muscles, while holding a pose can build strength. Yoga […] Read more »

Gardening Makes You Beautiful Inside and Out

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Through the centuries, gardens have served not only as places to grow plants but as spaces for people to relax, to focus and to connect with nature and each other. Today, gardening can provide  many mental health benefits for your daily life. Here are some of the benefits from gardening for your mental/physical health. Improves mood- Gardening can make you feel more peaceful and content. Focusing your attention on the immediate tasks and details of gardening can reduce negative thoughts and feelings and can make you feel better in the moment. Just spending time around plants eases stress for many […] Read more »

Get Your Green Juice On!

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Green juice is one of the biggest health and wellness trends of the last decade. Celebrities, social media influencers, foodies and wellness bloggers are all drinking green juice. These enthusiasts state that this drink offers numerous health benefits, including improved digestion, weight loss, reduced inflammation and boosted immunity. This article reviews everything you need to know about green juice so you can determine whether to add it to your routine. What exactly is green juice? Green juice is a beverage made from the juices of green vegetables. Common ingredients include celery, kale, swiss chard, spinach, wheatgrass, cucumber, parsley and mint. […] Read more »