Health & Wellness

Pamela Hasselbring, co-owner of Pilates MN—which moved to Plymouth from Wayzata—stresses the importance of staying healthy all year. “It’s very important to stay healthy with your mind, body and spirit every day,” she says.

For four days each July, the sun goes down over Corcoran Lions Park and the bright spotlights come up around a dirt arena. The smells of hot dogs, burgers and fresh-popped kettle corn mingle with warm earth, horses and hay.

Endorphins make you happy. In fact, they are said to cause a sense of euphoria. Although their release can occur in a variety of states, perhaps most notable is during a strenuous and prolonged period of exercise.

Ruth Buezis talks about the thing many women don’t talk about: the S-word, Sex. This Plymouth mom says she and her husband of 26 years have a good marriage.

For more than eight years, on the Thursday before Memorial Day, local gardening guru Heidi Heiland hosts May Planter Parties, a day filled with two-hour planting sessions, with sign-ups beginning at 8 a.m. and the last class concluding at 8 p.m.

Eighteen-year-old Amanda Bluford is just about to graduate from Robbinsdale-Armstrong High School, and the girl’s got big plans.

Back in summer 2004, an upstart publishing company identified the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth as the next community to get its very own magazine.

Gather up your girlfriends: It’s time for the Girls, Glamour & Giving
event at the Metropolitan Ballroom and Clubroom. The biannual event was
conceived in 2012 and raises money to benefit Interfaith Outreach &