I'm not sure what is cuter - the May family showcasing their farm-love, or the Slow the Fork Down sign that hooked up to their bikes. Meanwhile, over at our instagram takeover, massage therapist, gymnastics instructor, co-founder of Growing Great Children, and local mom, Cathy Benns, kicked off her week with a reminder to Slow … Continue reading Slow the fork down. And your car, too. Dana Andrew’s photo of the day is a reminder to take it easy out there.
It’s almost like we belong to some mysterious (and some would say, delirious) club, but Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5:40 in the morning, vehicles converge in the parking lot beside Mountain Glass and Mirror and a committed crew of clients line trundle into the side bay of the shop to gather a collection of … Continue reading What Happens at Early Risers…
Last year at the 4th Wellness Gathering, Gary Martin took some photos of the live demonstrations and the trade show, which we figured will give you an idea of what you missed, if you didn't make it, and what you might get to enjoy when you come to the Ullus Community Complex in Mount Currie … Continue reading #TBT: What’s in a Wellness Gathering?
Lindsay May and I are currently enrolled in the same class. Mother Goose. We're learning nursery rhymes. She said the other day, "I'm used to being really really busy, but I'm trying to be more present than productive at the moment," and thereby reaffirmed her status in my mind as a local wise woman and … Continue reading The Vitality Project: Lindsay May
Our Wellness Worker Q+A is a new series of profiles of frontline service workers in our region, who are dedicated to wellness. Today, we talk to Lindsay May. What are your job titles? Seniors Supported Living Co-Ordinator with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) BCRPA Certified Personal Trainer & Group Fitness Leader among other distinctions What do … Continue reading Q+A Meet Wellness Worker, Lindsay May
Great to pick up a copy of this week's Whistler Question and read about Henry McDermott, Lindsay May and Shannon Ellis and the Pemberton and District Library being recognised at last week's Wellness Awards. “You always wonder, ‘Am I doing the right thing here? Am I doing a good job?’ And to hear a whole … Continue reading Shout Out: News-makers, Wellness Recognition award winners
On Wednesday night, at the Ullus Community Complex, the Winds of Change hosted its 3rd Wellness Gathering, and recognised local wellness champions with the Wellness Recognition Awards. The first category recognised was for Empowering Individuals and Communities to Make Healthy Lifestyle Choices. Congratulations to Lindsay May, the recipient of this award. You know her as … Continue reading Wellness Champion, Lindsay May
Congratulations to Lindsay May, Pemberton & District Library (represented by Marnie Simon & Shannon Ellis), and Henry McDermot, the recipients of the 2012 Winds of Change Wellness Recognition Awards. And thank you to all the nominees and nominators, who are championing wellness in our communities.
Goal setting is critical. Without it, you are just floating! Goals don’t have to be huge & flashy, it’s not about impressing the people around you. Goals need to be personal and realistic. Little things that when accumulated become life change. Eating broccoli, drinking more water, walking to the store, getting more sleep, setting boundaries, … Continue reading Coaches Corner: Set a Goal