Health & Wellness

On February 2, Plymouth residents enjoyed the 30th annual Fire & Ice winter festival. Activities took place on Parkers Lake. Participants enjoyed a bonfire, s'mores and hot chocolate. A finale of fireworks was sponsored by the Plymouth Civic League.

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.

Is getting exercise among your New Year resolutions?  In and around Plymouth, there are large gyms or more tailored facilities for your workout needs. Here’s a sampling of the gym and workout options:

Life Time Fitness

Daunting as the name of this new offering might sound, the Spartan Strong class, a partnership between Spartan and Life Time, focuses more on the spirit of its athletic inspiration—Spartan’s reputed obsta

Pet owners know the joys and benefits of having a special animal in their lives. And some pets can do even more.

There are adventure programs galore at Plymouth Parks and Recreation, with options anywhere from golf, archery and sailing lessons for kids as young as 3, to sunset yoga for adults and everything in between.

Sky Zone has something for everyone: large spaces for freestyle jumping, a Sky Slam center consisting of basketball hoops, dodgeball rings with foam balls and even a Foam Zone creating huge air and soft landings for those tricks they’re not qui

Treat your loved ones to some TLC at the local spa.

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