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As mere humans, we have all experienced emotional challenges. Sadness, depression, despair, fear, and stress are all an unavoidable part of life. Although normal, these emotional swings can vary in extremity and can have serious affects on physical health. Whether sad or angry, a person’s brain chemistry is affected. The
For over 12 years, I’ve had the pleasure of teaching Pilates to all types of fitness enthusiasts. From prenatal/postpartum women to injury or surgery rehab patients all the way to professional competitive athletes and several types in between. Every individual has their own goals for what they hope to
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“Beauty and the Broth”
For centuries, broth made from the bones of animals has been used for food, health and medicine. Mention of the medicinal use of chicken soup (bone broth) goes back to the12th century when the Egyptian physician Moses Miamonides prescribed it as a remedy for colds and asthma.