Tai Chi is a near perfect exercise for adults of all ages – low impact and good for your body and brain. Find out why!
This ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine practice may sound scary to some but in fact what seems painful actually is great for alleviating pain.
Researchers have found that tai chi reduces depression and anxiety, increases functional connectivity in the brain, enhances cardiovascular fitness, improves balance and peripheral vision, and helps people connect with their partner or spouse. If you’re looking for a way to deal with anxiety and depression naturally, give tai chi a try!
Is it a dance move? Something to do with Middle Eastern sandwiches? Partly relating to dance, but nothing to do with sandwiches, Gyrotonic is a form of exercise that strengthens, stretches and lengthens.
Before the powder snow had arrived at Montage Deer Valley, a luxury resort and skier’s paradise, our Senior Editor spent a weekend of wellness amidst the majestic alpine terrain as she was “reset” from sluggish to whole. Spa Montage’s dynamic “Surrender” program takes an integrative, individualized approach drawing on the idea that “from powerful land comes powerful healing.”
Advice from Seasoned Spa Consultants By Susie Ellis, SpaFinder Insider Judy Singer and Patti Monteson are spa consultants who I have known for almost 20 years. In fact, they were the first spa consultants I ever met. Their company HFD, Heath Fitness Dynamics, is based in Florida. (Sometimes I wonder if they would select the […]