Health & Wellness

On May 4, Moving Day, the annual fundraising event for the Parkinson’s Foundation Minnesota chapter, exceeded its goal by raising $370,959. Funds go toward providing quality care for people living with Parkinson’s, research, resources for families and more.

The Plymouth Ice Center is one of the busiest ice arenas in the state and after a few recent upgrades, it’s ready to host one of the largest youth hockey tournaments in the country this month.

When parents, families or children seek counseling and wellness services from Playmore & Prosper, they can expect to find therapy involving activity and expressive arts. Owner and founder T.

For those who are interested in exploring the delight of skiing and developing it into a lifelong sport, it is not too late to join a class at the SnowSports Academy at Elm Creek Park Reserve this month. The academy offers ski lessons for all skill levels, and adults and children.

Escape rooms appear to be popping up throughout the area and Plymouth residents don’t need to go far to try one out.

A Plymouth-based nonprofit is training and providing what founder Lisa Burkett describes as “service dog assisted therapy” for local therapists working with those who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

For Gregory Gibson, president of the Wayzata Youth Hockey Association, the most exciting part of the impending Wayzata Youth Hockey Tournaments is the anticipated intensity of the games.

Jharen Haynes is a fifth degree black belt who moved from Florida to Minnesota after he saw a need for Taekwondo training in the area.

The girls, parents and coaches of last year’s Wayzata Blue U12 B State Championship hockey team call themselves a “hockey family.” And it’s true — the tightknit group tends to finish each other’s sentences while they laugh at inside jokes.

This Valentine’s Day, Shamblott Family Dentistry in Hopkins will open its doors for Dentistry from the Heart (DFTH). This national event provides dental procedures to un- and underinsured folks in need, free of charge.

From workdays spent behind a computer to free moments hunched over smartphones, the average American spends a lot of time sitting. These seemingly harmless day-to-day activities can have a detrimental impact on our overall well-being. Dr.

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