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!
Do you use essential oils? We love them and one of our instructors, Sarah, knows all about them! We’ve asked her to write a guest post giving a little introduction and offer a few suggestions for oil blends. If you’re interested in learning more, visit her this Saturday at Vessel. She’ll be sharing more information about oil blends at our Shop Small Saturday event!
Thanksgiving is a week and many of us will be giving thanks for our family, friends, food, freedom, and so much more. In fact, this month Vessel is encouraging people to show gratitude for their body and the way it serves them every day. Gratitude is something that should be a part of your every day life, and by making a point to do it, you can actually change your entire mindset and life approach.
Did you know that we have an in-house massage therapist at Vessel? Courtney with In-Knead is spectacular are super knowledgeable. She also gives a stellar massage! Massage isn’t just about feeling relaxed (although that’s an aspect), it also has tons of other benefits. We’d love to introduce you to In Knead and tell you a little more about some of the benefits you’ll receive when booking with Courtney. 🙂
October was declared Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 1985. It was created to raise awareness about early detection and encourage women to get a mammogram. While it was originally a collaboration between the American Cancer Association and a pharmaceutical company with the sole purpose of encouraging mammograms, it is now much bigger. Today, the month celebrates survivors, honors those who lost their battle, and promotes prevention as well as other early detection methods.