This collection of blogs are contributed by Chamber Members that are not only on our Health and Wellness Council, but members that are within the health and wellness industry!Results Found: 9Friday, March 11, 2022
Until just a few years ago I never paid attention to how much sleep is important for my health and wellness. I was feeling fatigued and not able to keep up with my business/work and family responsibilities. I was irritable and no one really wanted to even be around me. I discovered that when I went to bed earlier, I could shed the extra unwanted weight, feel lighter in my body and mind, make better nutritional choices, and even have the energy to exercise. It was mind-blowing to me that by making one
Madhavi Rao, Prana Health Yoga & WellnessThursday, March 10, 2022
Wellness tourism is a fairly new segment of the tourism industry and is defined by the Global Wellness Institute as travel associated with the pursuit of maintaining or enhancing one’s personal wellbeing. Wellness travelers want to sustain, improve or kick-start a healthy lifestyle. Wellness tourism is a growing sector and has continued to expand throughout the pandemic as people are looking to vacation in destinations where they’re able to stay socially-distanced from other travelers. The pandemic has also
Lisa Berretta, Account Manager, American College of Radiology; Member/Volunteer Wellness Tourism AssociationThursday, January 20, 2022
Nicole Malone, Dark Horse Nutrition LLCMonday, January 3, 2022
There are many benefits for employers to offer wellness programs and services to employees. As healthcare costs continue to rise, employers and employees are seeking for ways to lower their costs. Preventative health and wellness programs do just that! These programs are designed to help improve employees’ behavior to achieve better health and thus decrease the bottom line of the organization.
Nicole Malone, Dark Horse Nutrition LLCFriday, October 1, 2021
Many people these days call themselves a Health and Wellness Coach and with such fluidity and freedom at that. We all have experiences and yes we all have a story to tell and share from those experiences. What happened and how we pulled through many times are quite life-changing and worthy of sharing. When we begin to share our successes from maybe some of the darkest moments in our lives, we start to get followers and even some who reach out and ask if we could help them in their struggles and journey to
Madhavi Rao, Prana Health - Wellness & YogaFriday, July 31, 2020
Although I don’t have a pill to offer, I do know of simple ways to get so many health benefits, that if it were in a pill it would be the most popular medicine in America.