Style | Psst. Kid. Wanna Teach Some Yoga? Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Capitalism won’t rest until every single American has taken yoga teacher training. CorePower is leading the way Credit Credit Photo Illustration by The New York Times; Getty Images (man, hands) Supported by ByAlice Hines April 6, 2019 Kalli Ridley had just finished yoga class and was feeling calm when her favorite instructor approached her with a smile and told her she would make a great teacher. “It was like they saw something special in me,” Ms. Ridley said. But becoming a teacher at the CorePower Yoga studio in Minneapolis, where Ms. Ridley trained, At yoga studios around the country, teacher training is a popular way for instructors to supplement income from one-off classes and for students to advance in skill level — to deepen one’s practice, in yogi parlance. It’s not usually promoted as a … [Read more...] about Psst. Kid. Wanna Teach Some Yoga?
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Published 12:01 pm CDT, Thursday, March 14, 2019 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 4 tips to stay healthy and help prevent falls as you age 1 / 1 Back to Gallery (BPT) - As you age, your risk of falling increases. According to the CDC, one out of four people over the age of 65 falls each year and falling once doubles your chances of falling again. While many conditions can put you at risk for a fall, there are simple steps you can take to boost your overall health to try to decrease the likelihood of falling. Carol Cummings, senior director of Optimum Life at Brookdale Senior Living, explains how keeping active increases mobility, improves overall health and can help prevent falls. Brookdale encourages its residents to stay active with B-Fit, a specially designed program of fitness classes that supports well-being and functional capabilities, while also providing a social outlet. How can you lower your risk of … [Read more...] about 4 tips to stay healthy and help prevent falls as you age
Brian St. Pierre, M.S., R.D., C.S.C.S., is a member of the Men's Health Advisory Board.Weight loss can feel like a moving target. What works one month doesn’t seem to work another month and stepping on the scale can often feel like a game of roulette. At Precision Nutrition, where I work as a Nutrition Director, I frequently see clients who are frustrated and, at times, mystified by why they’re not losing weight.I often try to tell them that weight loss is way more complex than trendy diets lead you to believe. There are all sorts factors that contribute to losing weight that include, but are not limited to sleep, exercise, genes, body composition, age, gender, diet, hydration, stress, mindset, outlook, and probably 14 other things I’m currently forgetting.But just because weight loss is complex doesn’t mean it has to be difficult. In fact, most of the work I do with clients involves them simplifying their approach to diet and exercise.For instance, here are … [Read more...] about These 4 Weight Loss Tips Could Drastically Help You Drop Pounds
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A smart, accomplished woman who knows a thing or two about health decides to kick her habits up a notch in January. Maybe she’ll summon a hefty dose of willpower and start doing yoga, or juicing, or eating more leafy greens, or going to bed earlier—the particulars don’t matter. What does matter is the outcome. For a few days or maybe weeks, she adheres to her plan. Then she gets busy. Or stressed. Or tired or bored or distracted. And, well, you know the rest: A month down the road, she finds herself making a milkshake in her juicing jar and streaming The Big Bang Theory at 11 p.m., her willpower crumpled in the trash alongside a bag of limp and liquefying spinach—her New Year’s resolutions just a memory. Is our hypothetical woman weak? Completely lacking in self-control? Nope. She’s just putting too much faith in willpower—a concept that in itself turns out to be flawed. “We used to think … [Read more...] about 5 Ways to Lose Weight That Have Absolutely Nothing to Do With Willpower
A new year is a promising time to kick old, unwanted habits for better, more positive ones. A major area people aim to improve during this "fresh start"-filled time of year is health. Whether you're trying to improve your physical fitness or want to up your healthy eating game, a 30-day challenge is a great way to kickstart your 2019 health efforts. Plus, 30-day challenges can be utilized year-round — making a fresh start possible at any point in the year or during any given month. These challenges are a great way to tackle your health goals, even if you happen to lose focus throughout the year. Below, we've rounded up six free-to-join 30-day health challenges, focused on nutrition, fitness, or both, to help kickstart 2019 in a healthy way. RELATED READ: Dry January is the perfect way to kick off 2019 on a healthy noteThe details: “Move, nourish, refresh, and connect” are the guiding principles behind the 30-Day Well Challenge, a … [Read more...] about 6 free 30-day health challenges to help you reach your 2019 goals