Carlee Cindric is a Pemberton-based events and wedding planner, runner, one half of the race operations brains behind the Whistler Half Marathon, dance instructor, mom to twins, and part of the team behind organising the Spud Run this year. In short, she's pretty much the embodiment of the Energiser Bunny. So … Continue reading The Vitality Project: Carlee Cindric
Karen Tomlinson, 2012 Citizen of the Year and Pemberton Secondary School teacher, took up our challenge to explore Vitality for the Vitality Project. I asked the staff at Pemberton Secondary School to give me some input on this topic “What Does Vitality mean to you?” I thought this was a good group to survey as … Continue reading The Vitality Project: Karen Tomlinson
This is the quote that started the project: Vitality. What is it? I fired off an email to a handful of people who, when I tried to think of the top 20 people in this community who practice or manifest wellness, came to my mind - because of their enviably radiant skin, yoga practice, … Continue reading The Vitality Project: Anna Helmer
Wellness Almanac posed the question “Vitality. Where do you find it?” At breakfast I asked the same question to our family and visitors: a sculptor, a social worker, two teenagers, an 8 year old, and a couple of office workers. Here is what they said: In art. Watch this video of the artist Chihuly from … Continue reading The Vitality Project: Sheldon Tetreault
In January, I read a quote by Kris Carr that seemed to capture Wellness really well... I love this word: vitality. It leapt off the page and danced around the room and then forced me to dog-ear the page of the book where the quote appeared, which I never do. (I'm a book-reverer.) But I'm … Continue reading The Vitality Project with Georgette Metcalfe
Sounds good. But what is vitality and how do you get it? We're going to ask around.