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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Empower Movement Series Join Brit Guerin for her small group training program, Empower Movement Series! If you’ve struggled with maintaining a routine with exercise, this group is for you. This program lasts for 8 weeks and is designed to build strength, increase confidence in movement, and help us connect to our bodies through breath work…

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Introducing Caitlin Greenstein of Beyond Physical Therapy We are thrilled to welcome Caitlin Greenstein to the team! She will be offering physical therapy on an appointment basis. Head over here to book an appointment with Caitlin. We asked Caitlin some questions to get to know her better. See below for her approach to wellness and…

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The East Street Run Club We are excited to introduce, the East Street Run Club, started by Ben Strunk! The East Street Run Club will host its first weekly run on Wednesday, December 9th 2020 at Current Wellness! All running experience levels (or lack thereof) are welcome. Choose from a variety of suggested routes (2,…

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Meet Maggie Perkins, a registered dietitian who will be working with Current Wellness! We are so excited to introduce her work to our community. Read more about her unique perspective on nutrition and how she uses Health at Every Size principles with her clients. How does nutrition support wellness? Humans must eat to live. We…

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by: Casey Geiger Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional. This blog post is a reflection on my experiences and should not be considered professional advice. Also, I refer to some potentially triggering concepts in this post including, suicide and self-harm. Major depressive disorder. Generalized anxiety disorder. Borderline personality disorder. These are the mental…

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Anxiety Part 2: Redefining It All by: Nola Johnson (for part 1 of Nola’s story, read The Roots of Anxiety). As I continue to navigate the ups and downs of anxiety there are a few things that I try to keep in mind. While each one is pretty easy to remember, some have been harder…

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Anxiety Part One: The Reason Behind It All by: Nola Johnson For a little over two years now I’ve known that I have anxiety. It seems a bit strange to say now, because my anxiety didn’t pop up two years ago. Nope. Anxiety has been in my life for as long as I can remember.…

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Healthy eating is not bad, in and of itself. It’s important to consider proper fueling, nutrients, and the pleasures of eating. However, healthy eating can become an obsession, to the point that it interferes with health and well-being. This is called orthorexia. Even though orthorexia is not yet recognized in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual,…

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Find smart fitness so you don’t end up on the couch The majority of people at some point in their life will have lower back pain. I’ve worked with dozens of people who have pushed through rigorous exercise programs, only to find that their lower back pain is forcing them to rest and rehab. Instead…

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