While Sara Swan has over two decades of experience in special education, she initially didn’t have plans to turn a one-off mentorship into a full-fledged organization.
Do you ever wonder where you should begin in order to lead a healthier lifestyle? Although we are all crunched for time, there are simple exercises that can improve overall health and well-being. As an added bonus, they are easy and can be done in the comfort of your own home.
When 16-year-old local teen Elle Gaudette applied to attend a week-long
aerial ski camp last summer, she had no idea that she was changing the course of
her life. Upon completion of the camp Gaudette was selected by the U.S.
Channel your inner super hero and gain some confidence along the way. World Taekwondo Academy is offering a self-defense class for women ages 13 and up on March 1st at 10 a.m. The class will teach practical defensive moves that can be useful in any risky situation.
That candle you bought at Bath and Body Works might have the word “aromatherapy” stamped on its label, but the actual practice of aromatherapy is far more nuanced than burning the wick in a jar of wax.
At 22, Maple Grove resident Cindy Rogers attended a routine appointment with her local eye care physician when she was living in Ohio. When she received a new pair of glasses weeks later she discovered they did not correct her vision.
Running and walking during the winter months can seem more like an arctic excursion than exercise. Take your fitness indoors so you can break a sweat.
When choosing where to plant roots, Dr. Brad Griffore decided his hometown was the perfect place to raise a family and begin his business.
It’s common knowledge that sitting at a desk all day is draining, but have you ever heard the maxim “Spend energy to get energy”? That’s the theory behind the treadmill desk study Maple Grove resident and Salo employee spearheaded in 2008.