Tag: health

2 Your Health: Cucumbers

Hanne Hansen, L.M.T., P.T.T., C.N., Dip. Hom w/ Bach, Reiki Mstr., Pranic Healer So many people go through life with chronic dehydration, with no idea of negative effect it’s having on their health. Cucumbers are the perfect antidote. They have a fountain of youth effect, hydrating us at the deepest cellular level possible. Plus, cucumbers’…

Energy yoga classes November schedule

Paullene Caraher Experience the benefits of Energy Yoga with Paullene at the SunBird Golf Resort, Navajo Room, third floor, at the following times: Morning classes are held on Mondays and Thursdays from 7:45-8:45 a.m. Afternoon classes are held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Energy Yoga includes tapping and slapping the body to…

Managing High Blood Pressure During the Holidays

(Family Features) Managing blood pressure can be difficult, especially during the holidays and winter months. A change in routine, family visits, traveling, illness, holiday menus and financial concerns can all conspire to derail your best efforts at keeping chronic conditions, like high blood pressure, under control. If you are one of the millions of American…

Fit and Fun Wellness Group

Susan Reynhout Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s – times of celebration; times of temptation, too. Do you have a plan to stay healthy during the season? It’s common to pack on 5-10 pounds during the holiday season, but there are ways you can eat both healthy and well! Don’t deprive yourself of such treats, but…

Wireless Hearing Assistive Technology Demystified

Regina Milgroom The Sun Lakes Chapter of HLAA is proud to present Ingrid McBride, Au.D., Clinical Professor of Audiology, ASU. She will speak on the topic of Wireless Hearing Assistive Technology Demystified on Thursday, November 9, 2017, from 12:45 to 2:30 p.m., at the Ed Robson Branch Library, Lecky Center, located at 9330 E. Riggs…

Zumba with Mary

Mary Tyree It’s Turkey Time, and I can’t wait for that yummy pumpkin pie. It’s a fun time of year, and it’s always great to spend holidays with family and friends. But sooner or later, all that good food and lack of exercise catches up with us. I have the perfect solution to help you…

Essential oil and the flu season

JoAnne Gaudioso Fall is upon us, bringing the wonderful aroma of the season and the time of year when we share in holiday gatherings and renewal of friendships of those who are returning to our area. These wonderful activities are sometimes accompanied by the threat of colds, coughs and flu. I would like to welcome…

Introducing a new yoga crew

Yoga teachers (left to right): Brianne, Vanessa, Chris, Noell and Kary Sinkule; not pictured, Cindy

Noell Hyman Kary Sinkule began teaching yoga at the Cottonwood Palo Verde Country Club in April, 2016, with a focus on healing and rehabilitation. Her students wanted more. To meet the demand, this past summer, Kary brought in a team of teachers who share her goals. We have spent the last few months establishing a…

Yoga for men

Sheila Axtman If you have been curious about yoga or maybe even attended a class but were uncomfortable being one of the few or only man in class, this is your chance to practice yoga in classes designed for men. For the months of November and December, I will be teaching yoga classes for men.…

Yoga – Vinyasa style

Sheila Axtman What is vinyasa yoga? Vinyasa yoga is a dynamic style of practice, breathing as we move through various poses that are linked together by a series of poses known as Sun Salutations. These classes can be challenging, but I offer variations so everyone can practice at their own level. After all, at our…