Sound therapist and massage practitioner Jessie Daniels clearly remembers the first time she was introduced to Himalayan singing bowls in the summer of 2018.
Face Foundrié is rooted in the idea that skin care should be accessible and efficient. “After having my third baby, my skin was all out of sorts,” says founder and CEO Michelle Henry.
Since February 2019, Tausha Patterson has been advocating for the education of mothers and medical professionals about new ways to care for babies during pregnancy, especially during the third trimester.
The trap is easy to fall into—images of beautiful babies swaddled in bunting, birth mothers sporting post-birth figures that have immediately snapped back into pre-pregnancy place, mother and child in a blissful breastfeeding scene, fathers embracing skin
It goes without saying that the best way to begin organizing is to first eliminate clutter, making the process much more manageable and even saving money on organizing supplies.
Help purify your home’s air with a wide variety of ferns that emit high contents of oxygen, creating cleaner air to breathe. Ferns also have qualities that will naturally mitigate your home’s exposure to toxins, and some studies show that ferns can even improve your sleep.
Spa franchise Spavia opened its new location in Maple Grove in May, bringing its take on massages, facials and beauty treatments to the area.
Races are plentiful around the Maple Grove area during the spring and summer months, and plenty of residents enjoy gathering at races in support of causes and charities or to foster their competitive spirits.
One of the most profound experiences in life is that of being touched. Touch is naturally intimate, personal and powerful.
Maple Grove is home to many walking paths, and therapist Jenny Reimann has decided to take advantage of that amenity.
Students in the Maple Grove CorePower Yoga classroom sit facing a wall of mirrors. Instructor Kate Lunski tells them to turn around. Student Angie Ryden rises from her mat and repositions herself facing the back wall: no mirrors. She can’t check her posture, or others’ postures.