Wellness

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.

If you’re looking for a fresh new pair of running shoes this spring, Joe Bellamy, MD of Plymouth’s Sports & Orthopaedic Specialists, has some hot tips to guide you to your perfect shoe.

During a Friday morning class, 12 women rested on their yoga mats in the Sky Room of Blooma’s Plymouth studio. Sun filtered through sheer curtains on a wall of windows, warming the class as they shared their names, due dates, and — just for fun — their favorite childhood movies.

It’s never too late to learn more about yourself and the world around you. That’s the philosophy behind the Lifetime of Learning Task Force, a group of west metro organizations dedicated to promoting healthy aging through lifelong learning opportunities.

It’s common to feel stressed, uptight or just plain restless once in a while. Mary Margaret Anderson, yoga instructor and owner of yogamn, gives us some advice on how to fully unwind after a long day.

Orienteering is a sport well-suited for those who like to get “off the beaten path.” Also referred to as “the thinking sport,” orienteering involves using a map and compass to find the best route through a series of checkpoints on an unfamiliar course.

Teenagers face plenty of stressors, but at Wayzata High School, students have some extra help in fighting their stress.

Specializing in the treatment of chronic pain and reducing inflammation, Tree of Life, celebrating eight years in Plymouth, prides itself on serving clients while teaching them how to live a healthy life.

It's leap year!

We’re proud our home state shows up regularly on “Best Places to Live” lists, but there’s an ugly rumor going around: In February, not so much. Children fidget, fathers sprout roots on the couch, mothers despair, grandparents flee.

Recover! “That was close,” I think, as I shift my weight slightly to allow for a more balanced lunge mid-exercise, the slow, rhythmic count “one, two, three, four, UP, two, three, four” like a frenzied metronome in my head.

This winter, make the resolution to find ways to move your body and get your heart pumping, even on the coldest days. With busy schedules, it can be easy to put off taking time for yourself to exercise, especially on a brisk, chilly day.

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