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Tips For A Misery Free Morning Workout

By | April 22nd, 2017|Latest News|

Does getting a tooth pulled sound more enjoyable than a morning workout? Do "morning people" and all of their pre-sunrise sunshine feel like a mystery? And don't get us started on their ability to actually get up and workout! Ha! Well ... see, the thing is, we have news for you: YOU can master the [...]

How To Stay Motivated

By | April 15th, 2017|Latest News|

Motivation. We hear about, we're told that we need to have it, but in the end, we feel deflated when we can't seem to make it stick around. Lucky for you, we're always thinking of ways to make healthy living EASIER, more ENJOYABLE and full of self-improvement opportunities. So today we're diving into the two [...]

Your Complete Guide To Kombucha

By | April 6th, 2017|Latest News|

It's the wellness elixir lining the shelves of conventional and nonconventional grocery stores alike. Generally low in sugar and oh-so-gut-healthy. Can you guess what yumminess we're referencing? If you guessed KOMBUCHA, then, ding ding ding - you would be correct. See, if you're breathing, you've probably heard of kombucha, and if you weren't sure about [...]

April 2017 Member Profile: Andrea Clayton!

By | April 5th, 2017|Latest News|

Every month we feature our awesome members. They are inspirational, they rock and we wouldn’t be where we are without their continued support of our wellness movement. Our April Member Profile is Andrea! What’s your favorite wellness quote? "You see me struggle, but you'll never see me quit". What are some of your favorite exercises? [...]

Float My Boat – Guest Post by Christine Flok (Inspired Wellness Trainer)

By | March 10th, 2017|Latest News|

It’s Saturday morning, and I am doing what any mom would be doing: weightlessly floating in a pitch-black tank of 1,000 pounds of salt water. Okay, so it’s not what every mom is doing, but every mom and person with a pulse should try this revolutionary (even though it has been around and available since [...]

Practicing Mindfulness

By | March 9th, 2017|Latest News|

When is the last time you didn’t feel like you were on autopilot? Overloaded calendars and seemingly endless obligations can make it difficult to truly live in the present moment. How often do we forget where we put things, and how we got from A to B, and if we completed the such and such [...]

How To Get UN-Stuck With Your Exercise Routine

By | March 2nd, 2017|Latest News|

It’s no secret; sometimes (okay, maybe A LOT of the time), mustering the motivation to get your workout done can feel like a Herculean effort. Be it the busy life you lead, the endless amount of distractions, or the fact that willpower is a muscle that tends to feel its weakest when exercise is on [...]

March 2017 Member Profile: Michael Crain!

By | February 28th, 2017|Latest News|

Every month we feature our awesome members. They are inspirational, they rock and we wouldn’t be where we are without their continued support of our wellness movement. Our March Member Profile is Mike! What’s your favorite wellness quote? “It is health that is real wealth; not pieces of gold and silver”. -Mahatma Gandhi followed by “Of all [...]

How To Stop Dieting

By | February 23rd, 2017|Latest News|

Take a second and think about most diets on the market today. Show of hands, what’s the #1 thing they all promise? If you chose weight loss, ding ding ding - you are CORRECT! Now, let’s dig a little deeper. What’s something they don’t normally incorporate? If you said food knowledge, you would be correct. [...]

Let’s Break Up With Sugar

By | February 9th, 2017|Latest News|

Oh, sugar. It’s comforting in the moment and fulfills a temporary void, but the aftermath ain't’ so pretty. To put things in perspective, here’s an infographic depicting the amount of sugar consumed as of 2013 versus the 1950s:     The side effects of too much sugar (both natural and processed) can be detrimental to [...]