Blog post written by: Glenn Cheatham Is this another fad diet? Wellness Coaching can seem confusing, and oftentimes it’s defined with a multitude of buzz words that might make your eyes roll or gloss over. I get it. I hear you. I am you. The constant use of buzz words like “grass-fed”, “free-range”, “fad diets”,…

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Prenatal & Postpartum Fitness Series: Movement, Mindset, and Connection Prenatal & Postpartum Fitness Series: Movement, Mindset, and Connection Are you in the prenatal or postpartum space and looking to move a bit more but feel unsure about where to begin? This feeling is very common! During a time where everything feels to be shifting, it…

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Why Animal Flow? Read more about Katina Gad’s background and why she got certified to teach Animal Flow. I first became interested in animal flow two years ago after seeing a video of a master instructor performing a flow on Instagram. I couldn’t get over how fun it looked, and how much it reminded me…

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Regular massages for preventative care Just like exercise, massage benefits are typically cumulative. Most individuals will get some benefits from even a single massage, however, you will see the real differences when you receive a massage regularly. If you have chronic tension/pain, insomnia, stress or any other numerous conditions, massage can help. A good example…

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There are a multitude of benefits of yoga in everyday life- improved mental health, spiritual connection, relief of physical pain. And while these benefits hold true through pregnancy as well, there are a few other reasons why doing yoga while pregnant and postpartum can feel really good! Breathing The use of breath is a main…

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Welcoming a Family Health Coach and Wellness Educator We are thrilled to welcome a Family Health Coach and Wellness Educator to our team of practitioners, Carolina Zapata Curby-Lucier. She created Carolina Wellness to help families gain the skills, confidence, and support they need to live a healthier, happier life. Carolina Wellness is rooted in research…

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Movement for All Bodies We are thrilled to welcome Lydia Howard to our team of wellness practitioners. She is a Health at Every Size® advocate and meets clients with compassion and individualized attention. Keep reading to learn more about Lydia and how you can work with her or head to our personal training page to…

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A New Expressive Arts Therapist in Downtown Raleigh We are so excited to welcome Susan Miller to our team of wellness practitioners! Susan is a professional counselor specializing in expressive arts therapy. We interviewed her to learn more about her approach and how you can engage with her work. How does art support wellness? Everyone…

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Jenna Somich: Personal Trainer, Mom, and so much more We are thrilled to welcome Jenna Somich to the team! She is now offering prenatal and postpartum training both virtually and in-person at our wellness center. We interviewed her to learn more about her philosophy on wellness through movement. How does movement support wellness? I believe…

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Yoga for All Bodies I am Curvy Yoga certified! I have been practicing yoga for 7 years. I started in college and continue my practice today, where it’s needed more than ever. I stopped teaching after college because I didn’t feel comfortable teaching in other spaces, especially those where I didn’t feel my body was…

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