Mind & Body

  • March 1, 2016

    From Relaxation to Meditation

    By Brandi Hunt, Elite Float Spa Owner Meditation. Recommended by wellness seekers and doctors alike, the benefits of meditation stretch into every area of our lives. From deep physical relaxation to the mental relief of slowing down, meditation has a place in all modalities of wellness. Elite Float Spa, Southern...

  • February 1, 2016

    The Right Way to Detox

    By Cody Pickett When you hear the word “cleanse,” most people picture a five-gallon pitcher of lemon juice with cayenne pepper and crushed ginger that they must guzzle for three days while fasting. It’s a pretty bleak image, not to mention an unhealthy one. There’s little scientific evidence that ‘detoxing’...

  • January 1, 2016

    Care Well for Yourself so You can Care Better for...

        By Cody Pickett, Movara Spa Manager Most of us know the enormous role that fitness and nutrition play in maintaining good health. Many people, however, tend to ignore the importance of relaxing and de-stressing. That doesn’t just mean saluting the sun or getting lost in our gorgeous red...

  • January 1, 2016

    Floatation Therapy: The Perfect Wellness Complement

    By Brandi Hunt, Licensed Massage Therapist   In today’s ever-changing healthcare environment, massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, yoga, and other forms of bodywork have become accepted for their ability to alleviate pain, rehabilitate injuries and provide relaxation. Instead of medication and surgery, people are seeking more natural remedies for pain and ailments....

  • January 1, 2016

    Yoga: A Journey to Wellness

    By Alexa V. Morgan The physical benefits of yoga abound, not only for healing, but also as a preventive practice. Yoga combines breathing exercises with asanas (postures) that stretch, flex, and strengthen various muscle groups, increasing cardiovascular and circulatory activity, boosting metabolism, assisting in weight loss, improving athletic performance, and...

  • January 1, 2016

    2016: A Year of Success

    By Brigit Atkin   What would you be doing if you knew you couldn’t fail? I was recently asked this profound and thought-provoking question by a dear friend. So now I’m asking you. What would you do this year if you knew you would succeed no matter what? Imagine all...

  • 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...

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