Wellness

Running on a treadmill at home.

Establishing or renewing fitness goals is characteristic of our collective optimism when entering a new year. Clean slates and fresh starts are often exactly what’s needed to inspire movement toward improved health and wellness.

Candles to help with hygge.

Evening settles over the tundra early in January when Minnesotans experience only eight hours of daylight, half of what we get to enjoy in the summer months.

Using an acupuncture needle.

The health of the human body revolves around its interactions with the surrounding environment—creating the yin and yang philosophy.

Flexologist assists with stretches during stretch session.

Fitness recovery is the latest health trend and taking the time to slow down plays an important role; after all, we perform our best when we feel our best.

A grandfather and grandson play superheroes

This year, forget about the usual resolutions and the superficial promises of vanity at New Year’s.

Rhonda Habel flexes at UpLift Guided Fitness in Woodbury

UpLift Guided Fitness member Rhonda Habel's fitness journey can be summarized in one word: restarting.

Margaret Wachholz's tartan tablecloth

There are so many things to do this time of year: concerts, work parties, entertaining—an exquisite yet exhausting sensory overload. So, it’s not a bad idea to stop and collect ourselves over a beer or a coffee.

A woman enjoys a glass of water in the Woodhouse Day Spa - Woodbury waiting room

Woodbury’s new Woodhouse Day Spa will change the way you view self-care.

Two men meet at a support group for men's mental health

Our senior living columnist has a suggestion for overcoming the stigma of men’s mental health.

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