Join us in the Oak Room for a nutritious three-course meal from the PALM Café and a presentation from Dr. Jason Biondo, chiropractor and Director of Fitness at PALM Health. Dr. Biondo will discuss how the different pillars of exercise — stability, strength, aerobic conditioning, and anaerobic conditioning — pertain to the health and fitness goals people often set in the new year. In addition, he will address how exercise benefits disease prevention, health span, and weight management.
Join Sarah Bird, DNP, one of the original creators of PALM’s Balanced Living Program, for a short virtual info session on the program, which helps participants reset their habits, lose weight, and look and feel their best. Sarah will share an overview of the Balanced Living Program, what it includes, who it’s for, and what to expect from it. She will answer questions from the audience after her presentation.
In this pop-up class event, personal trainer Brent Haddock will take you through 30 minutes of strength training exercises and 30 minutes of stretching. These foundational strengthening and stretching movements form the building blocks of a balanced exercise routine. This class will give you a taste of our Balanced Living Program for healthy and sustainable weight management (receive $200 off when you sign up in January). The class will be the same on both Saturdays.
Food is one of the most important factors in weight management, gut function, and overall health. Learn tips and suggestions for incorporating healthy cooking and nutrition habits into your routine, from our registered dietitian and functional nurse practitioner.
Drastic diets and calorie restriction rarely get long-lasting weight management results. Learn how to lose weight the healthy and sustainable way by addressing your nutrition, movement, and stress, including information on our personalized weight management program.
Join us in the Oak Room for a nutritious three-course meal from the PALM Café and a discussion from functional medicine physician Dr. Karrie Hohn. As we age, maintaining a consistently healthy weight can become increasingly challenging. Dr. Hohn will reveal some of the lesser-known factors associated with weight gain and address the reasons why weight maintenance can be such a challenge. She will provide tips to correct course if you’ve noticed your weight creeping up, tools you can use to manage your weight consistently in the long-term, and ways you can balance your lifestyle to give yourself the best chance of success.
We get it: making changes to your health habits can feel really overwhelming, especially if you’re just starting out. It’s true, there are a lot of components to managing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle: proper nutrition, regular exercise, stress management, treating underlying conditions, and staying motivated. While all of these components are important to bring to the table if you want to sustain a healthy lifestyle in the long run, there are plenty of ways you can start small and ease yourself into it.
Ready to reset, work on your longevity, or lose weight? We invite you to participate in our ProLon Challenge, a group wellness challenge to help boost metabolism and improve cellular health. The challenge includes a 5-day Fasting Mimicking Diet meal kit ($250 value), a digital book of recipes for maintaining a longevity diet post-challenge, and email encouragement throughout the week for motivation and accountability. We received special pricing on our 5-day ProLon meal kits, and we are passing the savings on to you! This month, the challenge is only $200 — the lowest price ever offered at PALM.
Have you ever promised yourself, “I’m going to eat healthier,” “I’m going to exercise more,” or “I’m going to lose weight,” but constantly found yourself falling back into your old habits? It probably comes as no surprise that healthy living and weight management are two of the most common areas where people want to improve. But what does it look like to work towards a goal of “living healthier” or “losing weight”? Can you clearly envision the steps you need to take to get there?
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.