Menu planning can help you lose weight, save money and stick to a healthier diet.
Mindful eating (also known as intuitive eating) aims to reconnect us more deeply with the experience of eating — and enjoying — our food. Mindful eating is based on the idea that there is no right or wrong way to eat, but rather varying degrees of consciousness about what we are eating and why.
Anyone eating on the run or at restaurants has probably noticed that food portions have gotten larger. In this class, you will learn about the amount of physical activity required to burn off the extra calories provided by today’s portions.
Poor sleep in shift workers can lead to poor work performance including difficulty concentraing, decreased productivity, more mistakes and increased chance of accidents, injuries and even death. We will show you how to take steps to alleviate the impact that poor quality sleep can have on you.
Christine will focus on easy natural movements joined to breath to create a simultaneous sense of rejuvenation and relaxation.
A whole person approach will be shared for building daily routines of self-care. We will focus on stress and energy management routines to help build resilience.
Doing what you enjoy is a better motivator for exercising and it helps you stick with it! Activities of daily living such as gardening, walking your dog, and playing your children “count” and even just sitting less can be of benefit to your health and wellbeing.
If you do a lot of sitting, standing or traveling and are looking for a method of exercise that is lightweight, portable and inexpensive, using a resistance band for stretching is an excellent option.