Training for an Active Life
Whether you need to get more movement into your daily life, begin a new training program, or make healthier nutrition choices, I can help you reach your goals. Where would you like to start?
We hike, bike & paddle around town – and we grab a cuppa joe or a bite to eat while we’re at it. Living that active lifestyle is way more fun when you do things in a social setting… See what the club has planned!
As medicine continues to advance and we are living longer, quality of life remains a high priority. Age can also bring with it some real weight struggles, like the stubborn middle-age spread and what feels like a sluggish metabolism. Meeting nutritional needs as you age may require an adjustment in lifestyle, including what you eat and how you exercise. Here are some things to keep in mind as you approach menopause… Continue Reading
So many women I know are outgoing and sociable, and would love to have friends over more often. But the stress of menu planning, house cleaning and trying to be a gracious host can be daunting. Sometimes it seems like too much hassle, and we give up entertaining...read more
This Slow Cooker Chicken Parmesan Soup has all of the flavors of decadent Chicken Parmesan in a waistline-friendly crockpot soup! Bonus: It takes just minutes to prepare. Crock pots really are a great way to make soup, as the ingredients have all day to slowly simmer,...read more
Yoga has a way of calming the nervous system. Through deep breathing, long stretches and relaxing postures, yoga can help induce a good night’s sleep so you feel rested and ready for the day that lies ahead. This simple yoga sequence is easy to do right before bed....read more
Women’s bodies undergo a lot of changes from the time puberty hits till the midlife milestone known as menopause. Menopause is defined as one year after the last period. In the U.S., the average age for menopause is 51. Many women experience a hormonal roller coaster...read more
You can get active in lots of ways, but walking is one of the easiest steps you can take to improve your health. It’s also one of the safest, least expensive and most sustainable forms of exercise. For such a simple activity, it has so many benefits! Research has...read more
We spend a lot of time sitting. Office chairs, car seats, sofas, dining room chairs... And extensive sitting will do wicked things to your back. Sitting in chairs — even those with lumbar support — turns the back’s natural “S” curve into a “C” curve which...read more