Pilates & Training Classes You’ll Want to Try

Group Mat—These classes encourage core stability, and utilize small equipment to challenge or accommodate individual needs. Classes are on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays with convenient morning and evening time slots. Group Reformer—This is a less expensive way to experience the resistance training offered by the Reformer in a fun, encouraging group setting! Classes are … Read more

Keeping you on Pace

runner by Michelle Collie, PT, DPT, OCS, DPT The winter months send many runners to the comforts of the in-doors. Miles are tracked on treadmills,  cardio machines are put to work and other forms of exercise become preferred. But with the appropriate clothing and sneakers, facing mother-nature’s elements and running outdoors can be invigorating. I … Read more

Snapper with Black Beans and Bok Choy

This recipe combines fish, leafy greens, wine and high fiber ingredients to create a dish that will feed your brain and your body. The secret ingredient in the tasty sauce here is rose, which combines perfectly with the classic Chinese flavors in this dish. Yield4 servings Ingredients 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 6 small heads of … Read more

Tips to Prevent Back Pain

By Dr. Kristin Kolesar Fabris, DC Did you know that one-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year and that back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work? Or that back pain is the second most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office, outnumbered only … Read more

Reducing Stress through Ayurveda

by Carol Ann Donnelly  It is a well-known fact that stress causes illness. Until recently, western medicine pooh-poohed holistic medicine as unsubstantiated and unworthy of being referred to as medicine. However, new studies show holistic practices, like an ancient healing method called Ayurveda can improve the health and even change a person’s chromosomes. Ayurveda originated … Read more