health

We live in a complicated time when advancements in technology are occurring at lightning speed, and most of us have to keep up with the new developments to stay current in our jobs, in managing our exposure to and interaction with the media, and in communicating with one another. These advancements have changed so much about our world, from enabling us to “see” our family and friends from across the globe, to getting the most current news updates as events unfold and having all of this information and potential at our fingertips is incredible but it inevitably has a downside.

Quick and to the point – summer workouts truly allow you to be fit to play and do whatever you want, whenever you can. It also helps you to feel good, which is another by product of “good-sore” weekday muscles that help you stand straighter and re-balance the body for the coming weekend adventure. 

Event Date: 
Repeats every week every Saturday until Sat Aug 26 2017.
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Saturday, August 26, 2017
Time: 
8:00am - 9:00am

Recharge your mind, body and soul in the serenity of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and join Lizard Creek Lodge for their Morning Yoga.

Start your weekend off right! Every Saturday during summer opening.
8am to 9am

Cost: $10
Mat rentais: $2

 

Former Hornquist, Stephanie Bryant becomes the new chiropractor and owner at Kootenay Chiropractic and Sports Performance

Life is incredibly busy, particularly when you are balancing the needs of a whole family, and the busier you are, the more stress can seem to pile up on your shoulders. Find out six basic ways to arm your family against the effects.

Experiencing the natural phenomenon of progressive metabolism decline with age and the frustration that comes with it.

Taking time to do a little more for the earth and making the right food choices that have less of an environmental impact. 

Burma Road Estates begins phase two, the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program and Dr. Karley Denoon a board certified Naturopathic Physician is now providing care to families and individuals of all ages.

The first day of the ski season is usually followed by sore muscles. Even those of us who have trained diligently at the gym to get ready for the winter season often find muscle soreness after day one on the slopes, though usually for a much smaller duration. Here are a few tips to help you out.