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Alongamento Faz Bem ao Corpo e à Mente! Posted on Mar 30

Alongamento Faz Bem ao Corpo e à Mente!

O alongamento muitas vezes não é valorizado, mas é uma das melhores coisas que podemos fazer para proteger o nosso corpo. É importante para todos nós, principalmente para quem trabalha em escritório ou para quem fica sentado por períodos muito longos, fazer alongamentos frequentes durante   …Continue Reading Alongamento Faz Bem ao Corpo e à Mente!

¡El estiramiento es bueno para el cuerpo y la mente! Posted on Mar 24

¡El estiramiento es bueno para el cuerpo y la mente!

El estiramiento es algo que a menudo subestimamos, pero es una de las mejores cosas que podemos hacer por nuestro cuerpo. Es importante que todos, especialmente las personas que trabajan en un escritorio o que pasan mucho tiempo sentadas, hagan ejercicios de estiramiento en forma   …Continue Reading ¡El estiramiento es bueno para el cuerpo y la mente!

Stretching Does a Body, and Mind, Good! Posted on Feb 29

Stretching Does a Body, and Mind, Good!

Stretching is often taken for granted, but it’s one of the best things we can do for our bodies. It’s important for all of us, especially those of us with desk jobs or who sit for long stretches (pun intended), to stretch regularly throughout the   …Continue Reading Stretching Does a Body, and Mind, Good!

Tips for Surviving the Winter Blahs Posted on Feb 2

Tips for Surviving the Winter Blahs

Winter can be a hard time for many of us. The days are shorter, darkness sets in early, and oh yeah, it’s freezing out there! The change in seasons wreaks havoc on many people. Some people feel more tired, sad, or anxious when there are   …Continue Reading Tips for Surviving the Winter Blahs

Coloring Isn’t Just for Kids! Posted on Dec 15

Coloring Isn’t Just for Kids!

Remember when you were a kid? I do, and I loved to color inside (and outside) the lines in my coloring books! I’d get lost in the playful world of Garfield, outer space, and tropical rain forests. Coloring books for adults have ballooned in popularity,   …Continue Reading Coloring Isn’t Just for Kids!

Play Your Way to Joy! Posted on Oct 22

Play Your Way to Joy!

“[People] do not quit playing because they grow old; they grow old because they quit playing.” ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. Play isn’t just for kids! In our fast-paced, modern world, we seem to have forgotten about leisure time. That is, time that isn’t scheduled,   …Continue Reading Play Your Way to Joy!

Program Spotlight: Recovery Learning Communities Posted on Aug 11

Program Spotlight: Recovery Learning Communities

“The RLC started as a place to go when I was living on the street. Then – once I had a place to live, had reconnected with family, and had gotten other parts of my life back on track – it became a place to   …Continue Reading Program Spotlight: Recovery Learning Communities

Tips for Handling Transitions Posted on Jul 1

Tips for Handling Transitions

“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” ~ Jimmy Dean Summer is a time of transitions. The weather warms and the earth turns lush and in full bloom. Summer also brings life transitions   …Continue Reading Tips for Handling Transitions

Growing Season is Here! Posted on Jun 2

Growing Season is Here!

“The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just on the body, but the soul.” ~ Alfred Austin, poet Spring is a time of transitions. The snow has melted (finally!),   …Continue Reading Growing Season is Here!

Building Your Resiliency Posted on Apr 28

Building Your Resiliency

“I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” ~ Carl Gustav Jung No matter your age, it’s possible that you’ve been through a lot in life. Perhaps you’ve had traumatic experiences, lost people who were very close to you,   …Continue Reading Building Your Resiliency