Does it feel increasingly difficult to maintain your weight as you age? If so, there may be a biochemical reason the number on the scale keeps creeping up. As you age, your body becomes much more susceptible to inflammation and less resistant to hormonal and environmental fluctuations.
Does the change in seasons mean the start of watery eyes, sneezing, itching, and shortness of breath for you? If so, airborne allergens may be the culprit. In this webinar, Dr. David Trybus will discuss how changes in the energetic season according to Chinese Medicine triggers allergies in many people. He will then share some ancient techniques and information from Chinese Medicine to help you prevent and treat your allergies.
It’s that time of year again — sneezing, itching, sniffling, and coughing. Chances are, you’re one of the 24 million Americans who experience seasonal allergies, and you’re familiar with the toll it can take on your body. Due to both the symptoms of seasonal allergies, and the physiological process your body goes through when reacting to an allergen, your health can suffer more than usual during this time of year. And oftentimes, allergy medicines only provide temporary relief. It’s important to keep in mind your body’s overall well-being when dealing with allergies, and not just treat the isolated symptoms.
Join us in the Oak Room for a pop-up HIIT and Mobility class with Maggie Loida, certified personal trainer. This High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) class includes an additional focus on mobility: quick, intense bursts of exercise are followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods with stability centered movements. This pop-up class event will include a raffle, special surprise giveaways, participant gifts, energizing music, and an atmosphere of community and fun.
You’ve probably heard of acupuncture before, or even have some experience with it. You may have wondered, why are needles used? What do they do? Does it hurt? It may seem like an intimidating treatment at first glance, but the benefits of acupuncture and acupressure extend far beyond what you might think—and so does the science behind it.
In this webinar with Dr. David Trybus — our chiropractor, acupuncturist, and energy medicine specialist — learn how to support the body in the annual transitions between the five elements and the five seasons. Dr. Trybus will discuss the relationship between the times of the year and the body’s muscles and organs while recommending beneficial habits to implement for each season.
For a hearty, satisfying meal that keeps you feeling full for longer, dietitian Victoria Nieveen recommends butternut squash stuffed with turkey and quinoa, perfect for a chilly autumn day.
For a healthy fall snack, satisfy your sweet tooth with crispy spiced apple chips. This simple recipe provides a nutritious alternative to processed, sugary treats while satisfying your craving for the classic autumn flavors of nutmeg and cinnamon.
Spice up your oatmeal with this healthy fall recipe from dietitian Victoria Nieveen. The complex carbs in sweet potatoes and oatmeal break down slowly to give you sustained energy throughout the day — a better alternative to simple carbs, which give you a quick burst of energy but can leave you feeling hungry later. Not to mention, it's also t-oat-ally delicious!