At Vessel Pilates, our mission is to cultivate a welcoming, non-judgmental and supportive space for women, helping them heal through the power of movement, nourishing food and self-care.
Have you heard the term sober curious? While society has become much more focused on alcohol (especially post-COVID), many wellness advocates turning to non-alcoholic alternatives. When we go out with friends, the norm is to go out for drinks, or at least drink while out doing other things. Even though we are not alcohol shaming (I mean, a clean margarita is one of our favorite ways to celebrate!), we do think it’s a good time to start exploring healthier options!
For those who are navigating the wellness community, you may have heard the term “functional” or “integrative” medicine. Functional medicine is a type of medical care that is different from the traditional, western practice and it’s becoming more and more popular for many dealing with health issues, especially autoimmune disorders. If you’re struggling with health issues and looking for a different approach to your healthcare, this may be an area to explore.
Cupping. If you’ve heard of it, you probably picture Olympic athletes (like Michael Phelps) with giant red circles on their skin. Beyond that, you likely haven’t given it much thought. So what is it? Why do people use it? And, how can it help you?
You’ve probably heard a lot about magnesium lately, especially if you follow the wellness community… it’s being touted as the magic mineral that everyone is lacking and fixes everything. While that’s not necessarily the case, the claims do have some validity. Magnesium is an important mineral that many people today are lacking, and it’s important to learn more about it — especially if you’re looking to up your magnesium intake.
There are so many ways that using a paper planner can be beneficial to your mental health and physical health. Benefits range from creating a time for mindfulness to improving learning and boosting memory!