Mind & Body

  • November 1, 2015

    The Perfect Way to De-Stress this Holiday Season

    By Erin Zeltner I’d hit one of those points in life when you realize you need a little break or you’ll lose your peel unwittingly and split apart into little orange wedges. I had just passed the crux of “oh-my-gosh-I can’t-do-this-for-one-more-second” and was starting down the diffusing slope of “somehow...

  • November 1, 2015

    Get Away for the Holidays

    By Celece Seegmiller Well, it is official; the holiday season is here. For some, it may have started in October when the stores put their Christmas displays up before the Halloween costumes were put away.  For others, it starts on Black Friday (well, Thursday in some cases for those who...

  • November 1, 2015

    A Season of Gratitude

    By Brigit Atkin I came across a Facebook post the other day that read, “Gratitude is a verb, not a noun,” implying that gratitude inspires thoughtful action. It made me stop and think about how (or even if) I feel, express and radiate gratitude on a regular basis. It’s easy...

  • November 1, 2015

    The Abundance of the Seasons

    By Niki Warner We all have our favorite time of the year. I used to say mine was summer. School is out, it’s flip flop weather and time for road trips and days at the lake. Then I thought it was spring for sure. Spring, when all is renewed and...

  • September 2, 2015

    Just Breathe: Indoor Plants and Their Impact on Your Health

    By Niki Warner   The average person, at rest, breathes in 11,000 liters, (388 cubic feet) of air each day. Those who exercise consume even more.   This means every month we breathe more than 1.5 times the volume of an Olympic sized swimming pool through our lungs. The quality of...

  • September 1, 2015

    Floating Through the Space Between

    By Alesha Sevy Kelley, St. George Health & Wellness Magazine Floating through space. The words echoed in my head as my mind tossed tangents of thought, racing and grasping for topics I could stew about, mull over, anticipate and scrutinize. I’d read the words in a review of floatation therapy...

  • September 1, 2015

    Setting Healthy Boundaries

    By Brigit Atkin   My husband and I recently bought a ranch. One of the attractions of this ranch is its great fences. The previous owner was meticulous in creating sturdy and definitive boundary lines for the cattle and horses. Because of this, we can contain our livestock with confidence,...

  • July 3, 2015

    Experience Pura Vida in Costa Rica

    By Celece Seegmiller What is Pura Vida? According to Urban Dictionary, Pura Vida it is “The law of the land in Costa Rica. The expression is used in many forms, from a greeting, to a synonym for ‘excellent.’ A synonym of ‘hakuna matata.’ Life is wonderful; enjoy it.” There’s simply...

  • July 3, 2015

    Romance and Chivalry

    By Jeff Sherman Romance is a beautiful thing. Magical, actually. And every woman deserves it. I have learned much over the years and can attest that the “little things” mean everything in a relationship. Today, I write about chivalry, the gracious and well-mannered actions in one’s character. Chivalry improves your...

  • July 1, 2015

    Discovering Greater Clarity

    By Holly Wall, LMT In August of last year I was given an incredible gift – the gift of clear vision! I won a radio contest for free iLasik eye surgery sponsored by Canyon Media 94.1 and Richens Eye Center in St. George, UT. The procedure itself was quick, relatively...

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