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.

Wayne Davis broke both of his wrists in a grisly snowmobiling accident in 1980. What happened next changed his life.

“If you are going to give someone an opportunity to feel amazing in a month, they’re probably less likely to do that negative thing again to themselves. I don’t see it as a drawback, I see it as a choice.” —Dan Baruch, Life Time Fitness personal trainer and Paleo expert

No, it’s not just another obscure Jurassic Park mosquito-in-amber reference. The Schmidt family has lived on their Plymouth farmland since current resident Roger Schmidt’s great-grandfather Frederick Henry Benjamin Schmidt bought it for his son, Otto in 1883.

When Ruth and Jim Buezis moved to Minnesota from California in 1991, the engineer by training with a degree from California Polytechnic State University discovered she needed a toy box for her young daughters (now ages 17 through 23).

Gene Heezen carves from his home.

Retired longtime Plymouth resident Gene Heezen, 77, has been woodcarving for some 40 years. During this period, he has recreated more than 12 historic Plymouth buildings, including the Farmer’s Home Inn, Gilfillan Log Cabin and the Old Town Hall.

Do you like ice skating and chatting with neighbors? What about with the mayor of Plymouth? 

When the editors at Plymouth Magazine go through the selection process each year determining which images will be showcased on the Last Glance page (a process that occurs in tandem with the city judging of the annual Picture Plymouth contest in early September), details about images and

From split ends to chapped lips, the obstacles on the road to pretty can seem not only endless but, sometimes, insurmountable.

Obagi Professional–C serum 15 percent

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