Soft Yoga as a type of yoga to practice

Soft Yoga

Posted On Oct 1, 2013 By Dove Rose

After teaching yoga for more than 25 years, I have shifted my personal practice along with how I teach others. For years it was all about the workout and the physical element of yoga. However, now it holds a deeper... Read More
Advice on How to Cope With a Parent With Alzheimer's

When Dad has Early Signs of Alzheimer's

Posted On Aug 23, 2013 By Vito La Fata

I've never been super close to my dad. As a Sicilian born in the '40s, my dad did what all Sicilian men do: work and provide for the family from dawn till dusk. We owned an Italian restaurant, La Strada's,... Read More
organizing living-space

Waste Not Want Not

Posted On Jul 30, 2013 By Jennifer Galardi

I recently moved into a new apartment and realized all my junk moved with me. I've spent the past two weeks tossing old papers, photos, pens and other things I don't need or even like. I'm not saying I belong... Read More
5 Ways to Stay on Track During Vacation

5 Ways to Stay on Track During Vacation

Posted On Jul 10, 2013 By Erin Kuh, MBA, RD

Ah, VA-CA-TION. The word alone brings smiles to people's faces as they think of fun and scenic destinations, days filled with leisurely activities, and more importantly, enjoying time that's free of work, worry, and the stresses of everyday life. Vacation... Read More
Tired Woman Waking up to the Morning Alarm

The Importance of Sleep

Posted On Jul 3, 2013 By Tim Arndt, Resistance Training Specialist

Lack of sleep is probably one of the most overlooked aspects of health and wellness that I come across. It's one of the first things folks sacrifice in order to focus on work or other activities. Athletes, in many cases,... Read More