Monthly Archive:: April 2016

The Top Yoga Poses for Runners, Feat. The Fit Cookie

The Fit Cookie‘s Sarah Jane Parker is back to share her top yoga poses for runners. And who better suited for the part than a Zumba Instructor, PiYo Instructor, and Certified Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine? Sarah Jane’s platform allows her to provide insight into fitness, nutrition, and more, which is […]
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3 Post-Birth Health Trends that Will Blow Your Mind

If you’re expecting, congratulations! The body’s ability to create a tiny little person is incredible. And although deemed a miracle, labor and delivery can definitely take a toll on the body, which is why it’s so important to care for yourself after giving birth. We don’t mean taking the average, boring steps. Nope! We’re talking […]
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The Secret to Finding Your Perfect Workout Routine Revealed

Lifestyle and nutrition blogger Shannon Brennan-Cressey of Whole Foodie Booty is one of a kind. On her blog, she shares her take on food, health, relationships, and the adventures of living a holistic lifestyle. After conquering her fears around food, whether they involved cooking, entertaining, or the calories themselves, she became encouraged to follow her […]
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6 Unconventional Ways to Meditate

Some of us have such an active mind that remaining still in meditation can seem like torture. In fact, the inability to turn off the mind and stay consistent on a regular basis are the top reasons why people quit. But meditation doesn’t always have to mean sitting alone, on the floor, in Om Pose. […]
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Avoid Backaches Forever with This Piece of Equipment

If you guessed the foam roller, you are right! The super-versatile piece of equipment is known for working out muscle knots and breaking down adhesions, which also helps increase blood flow. And the team members at HealingRadius are no strangers to its benefits. Our digital content manager, Eli, says, “I’ve been using my foam roller […]
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7 Plants That Aren’t in Your Garden but Should Be

Have you been wondering what this sudden garden itch is all about—and why you keep envisioning fresh flowers and succulent, homegrown vegetables? Well, April is National Garden Month! And if you’re growing one for the first time or upgrading the one you planted last spring, we at HealingRadius have some tips on the right plants […]
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