Go With Love This Year & BackBends

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“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” — Albert Einstein 2014, it’s a new year and I’m so happy and grateful to be here. For me, January 1 always marks the start of another exciting journey into the unknown. Optimism for the inevitable road ahead; giving and receiving love […]

Unlock Your Heart To Flow In Love

Allow Your Heart to Flow in Love

” The highest love doesn’t keep score; it merely is the sound of the universe, it plays within us the music of the spheres unstruck (anahata), without cause, without asking anything in return, it lights our soul” The heart is essential for the function of our physical body as well as emotional. A block in the […]

No Excuses! Keep Yourself Healthy And Fit During The Holidays And Forever After

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Life belongs to the living, and he who lives must be prepared for changes. - Goethe Excuses, excuses, and more excuses! (Not on my watch!) Making a commitment to stay focused on your health and fitness during the holiday season is the best way to avoid the extra five to ten pounds that many of us […]

The Year in Fitness 2011

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Faster, Higher, Stronger!  Fitness for 2012 If all the Phys Ed columns published this year have a single message, it is that now is a fine time to own a body. The diverse exercise-related experiments published in 2011 and covered in this space each week suggest that it’s possible to retain your cognitive powers, muscle […]

Today Is National Wear Red Day – Help Women Prevent Heart Disease!

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Right now, think of five women that you love. It could be your mother, your grandmother, your daughter, your sister, and your best friend. Don’t you want to do everything you can to keep them safe, loved, and healthy? Today is National Wear Red Day hosted by the American Heart Association Go Red For Women […]

A Sip of Home-Grown Vino

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A glass of red wine is good for your heart — and it’s also good for the economy. 
 With April finishing off as Michigan Wine Month and May bringing the start of the summer travel season, including jaunts to northern Michigan wineries, let’s take a look at the variety of delicious, soothing wines made […]