Health & Wellness

Dr. Kalsi at the opening of the new Woodbury Minnesota Vein Clinic location.

Minnesota Vein Center Opens a New Woodbury Clinic. Dr. Kalsi helps us detangle the differences between spider veins and varicose veins.

Kick off the month with summer fun as your kids make their way through approximately a 1-mile-long obstacle course in Oakwood Park. Woodbury Parks and Recreation is partnering with the City of Cottage Grove to offer a course with an array of obstacles friendly for kids ages 6–12.

From the studios in Hollywood to the famed pages of Instagram, it seems as though IV therapy is an A-list celebrity move. But for those of us without VIP status, there’s Restore Hyper Wellness.

Woodbury residents Kristen Braun and Patty TenBroek happened to meet when their children, Parker and Ava, developed childhood crushes on one another in pre-K at Primrose Academy.

For elders, every day tasks, such as general house maintenance or getting to-and-from doctor’s appointments, can be daunting.

At the Family Achievement Center, family comes first.

Start Them Young

Spring sports are in full swing, as boys and girls head to the baseball and softball diamonds, lacrosse players break out their sticks and others lace up their soccer cleats. This year, there’s somewhere new kids are heading: the cricket pitch.

A Spring Celebration

We have now surpassed the coldest season of the year and are firmly in the midst of spring, which means a celebration is in order. And what better way to celebrate spring than the time-honored tradition of the egg hunt?

A Natural Fit

For Woodbury resident Ashlee Doheny and Oakdale resident Alexandra Johnson, staying fit is more than just a hobby—it’s a lifestyle.

A Prescription for Produce

This year, M Health Fairview Clinic–Woodwinds celebrates its second year of the Veggie Rx program, a partnership with Sin Fronteras Farm & Food, which provides farm-fresh produce to patients experiencing food insecurities in the Woodbury area.

Local beauty studio specializes in permanent makeup.

When Minnesota native Tara Alcure moved from Scottsdale, Arizona, to Woodbury, she brought her passion for cosmetology with her. In 2019, she opened a cosmetic tattoo studio, Electric Beauty. The studio, now in Woodbury, was immediately a big hit in the community.