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.
Earth Day is such a great reminder that we only have one planet and it’s our job to take care of it. Vessel is passionate about doing its part to help protect our beautiful planet and make it a healthier place to live.
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?
For years, women (and men) have looked at the scale to determine their health. We are given an “ideal” weight that we need to attain (even doctors use BMI based strictly on your weight to height ratio). This focus is unhealthy and causes us to seek something that may not even be physiologically possible.
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.
It’s the best time of the year! Decorations, holiday music, food, and all the sugar — everywhere. Before you go all out on the holiday diet you’re planning (AKA “holiday calories don’t count and New Years resolutions are right around the corner”), we want to give you a little more insight about sugar. Maybe this information will help you make more informed choices when you’re surrounded by all the sugary goodness! Don’t get us wrong, we love sweets as much as the next person, but we want to make sure you’re picking the right kind of sweets when you indulge.