In the spirit of supporting our community, and flattening the "curve" of those contracting the coronavirus, The Wellness Center will be closing on Friday March 20th for appointments. We had planned to be closed for 3 weeks but in light of the state mandated closures, we now plan to re-open on Friday May 1, 2020. Here is how we are handling monthly memberships and some ways that you can help your favorite practitioner, if you so choose.
The Wellness Center is a safe space for you. Here's what we're doing to protect you, our staff, and our community from the Coronavirus. Plus, what you can do to help!
Join us for our annual Conscious Cleanse, beginning April 8th. Meal planner, recipe library, online support and coaching. Everything you need to keep healthy eating and living a top priority is now in a mobile-friendly easy-to-access format. Register to join at the bottom of this blog post!
What can you do personally to protect yourself from COVID-19, commonly know as the Coronavirus? Stay calm, stress can comprise your immune system and right now you need to make sure you keep your health and body strong so if you do become infected your body will be able to fight off the virus.
Denver rates among the healthiest cities in the US. What makes Denver so healthy? Read on to find out how often Denverites exercise, what their motives for exercise are, and how they score among the national average for feeling satisfied with overall health and fitness levels.
Are you ready to do your own Digital Detox in 2020? Spend more time connecting face-to-face with the people you care about and decrease feelings of loneliness.
There is a myth going around that people should be happy all of the time. I am here to tell you to break the "Happiness Myth." Ask yourself instead, "am I at peace?"
Dr. Shwu Yar Tsai is a gifted Healer and Acupuncturist who embodies intuition, compassion and patience. She incorporates tuina (trigger point), massage, cupping, and heat therapy into her acupuncture treatments.
Massage, Chiropractic Care, and Physical Therapy are complementary modalities. What are their differences and how do you choose? Read on to learn more.
What does it mean to truly practice self-love? It is not to hide away the parts of ourselves that we dislike, but rather to embrace ourselves as we are.
Studies show that Facebook use is associated with lower life satisfaction and spending a lot of time on Facebook will make you sad. Combat that with JOMO!
In the US, we are surrounded by a culture of entitlement. How do we stay grounded? Start by remembering that self-care can be free!
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