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Monthly Archives: April 2011
By Coach Kristen Kelly The word “community” can mean a lot of different things. Sometimes it’s the neighborhood you live in. Sometimes it’s the industry you work in. Sometimes it’s just the places that you normally shop. This week at church, … Continue reading
Every year when Earth Day comes around, I seek to change something in my life that will help lessen my personal impact on the environment. This year, I vow to do my best in sticking to eco-conscious businesses like HugLife, … Continue reading
By Coach Kristen Kelly Why is it that each and every one of us desires to never feel hurt, to never feel lonely, to never feel sad? When the moment of unpleasantness creeps into our lives, we run for the … Continue reading
Warning – This post has more questions than answers! Of the many definitions of fitness, one that makes sense to me is this: Fitness is “a measure of the ability of a person to perform certain tasks” (Mosby’s Medical Dictionary, … Continue reading
This morning I woke up feeling like I was swimming in a pool of molasses. Like each step I took was in slow motion. Life had sped up to 150 miles an hour, but I was stuck on the side … Continue reading
Many people often do yoga as their sole fitness practice, as a way to meditate, stretch and let the refreshing feeling of a challenging session take over their body. However, it’s also a great complement to many training programs, especially … Continue reading
Strive. Excel. Win. That’s what we’re taught, isn’t it? It’s not enough to run. We need to track our time, our distance, our speed. Record our personal bests…and better them. How can we know we’re succeeding unless we’re constantly making … Continue reading
Body Balance Yoga and Posture Over years of treating people with musculoskeletal issues, I’m constantly surprised by how big a role body posture plays in the origin of these ailments. A lot of people, women in particular, tend … Continue reading
Ever been in a relationship thats going no where? Your just staying because you are scared to be alone? I have. Yep, me the yogi. I’m not so different- I still try to lie to myself. I think its cute … Continue reading