Tired of following COVID-19 prevention practices? Therapist, Michelle Codington offers tips for helping us all push through.
Health & Wellness
“I went from feeling like, what’s the point? … to proving to myself that I can mentally and physically recover from this life changing event.”
One in four women over the age of 18 experience episodes of urinary incontinence. It is an annoyance that can happen when you laugh, cough, sneeze, jog, or do something that puts pressure on your bladder. The key is strengthening a group of muscles known as the pelvic floor, which will ultimately lessen leaking and can even improve sex. Here are some tips to getting started from women’s health educator, Wendy Powell.
With winter break wrapping up, we’re finding ourselves plopped down back down in front of our screens. But that New Years resolution to eat healthier? It can be achieved… even from our desks.
Fitting in a workout doesn’t have to take up a lot of time, energy or resources. So throw on your leisure wear, grab your swiffer, and while getting those last few crumbs off the floor, take a moment for yourself and stretch. These moves make it that easy.
If you’re feeling stuck in a rut of negativity, take a break from the news and mentally reset with Master Pilates trainer, Risa Sheppard.