When considering fitness, we tend to focus on the core and larger muscles of the body. “Core” is often limited to mean “abdominals”; however, it is more than that, including the spinal stabilizers, pelvis, hips, and shoulder girdle. Wait…shoulder girdle? Yes! A body’s core extends to the trunk of the body, including almost everything except […]
The votes are in! At March’s book club, we will be discussing The Body Keeps the Score by Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, one of the world’s foremost experts on trauma. Click HERE to sign up for this FREE event! Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, one of the world’s foremost experts on trauma. Dr. Bessel […]
In honor of National Pizza Day, do something healthy and helpful for your body… …like signing up for our Blue Zones Challenge Course! There’s still time! It starts this afternoon at 4:30PM!! Click HERE to learn more about it!
“Loneliness is as bad for you as smoking.” That’s a rather astonishing claim, but National Geographic explorer Dan Buettner maintains it’s true after exploring the emotional connections among people groups around the world, most especially among the Okinawans of Japan. Okinawa, Japan, is one of the original Blue Zones longevity hotspots. The Blue Zones are […]
COFFEE & CONVERSATION: “Is Small Group Personal Training for Me?” Saturday, February 5 11:00AM-12:00PM Join trainer Holly Carpenter and other Body Moves students and friends this morning at 11:00AM to enjoy refreshments and learn more about Small Group Personal Fitness (SGPT). This is a FREE event! Small Group Personal Training allows the personal trainer to […]
Today is National WEAR RED Day! Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US. Know your risk and protect your heart. The best way to protect your heart is to exercise it! When exercised, the heart pumps more blood through the body and works at optimal efficiency with little strain. This helps […]