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How does food impact your sleep?

By Karman Meyer

Food not only fuels our bodies during the day, it also plays a vital role in how well we may sleep at night. Nashville-based Registered Dietitian, Karman Meyer, and the author of Eat to Sleep: What To Eat & When To Eat It for a Good Night’s Sleep (available at Barnes & Noble and on […]

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The power of family yoga

By Donna Murphy

Picture this: you and your young child mooing like a cow in a back strengthening yoga pose, hissing like a snake in cobra pose, and roaring like a lion in the pursuit of greater health and wellness. Together. You and your child improving your physical, mental and emotional well being and having fun doing it. […]

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Best fitness Groupon deals in Nashville

By Jane Smith

If you’re hoping to kick start your fitness regime in 2020, why not try out some new studios or classes in Nashville? We have curated a list of the best Music City deals available on Groupon. These offers provide a discounted membership (usually for a shorter period of time or for a limited amount of […]

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What is Tai Chi and why is it good for you?

By Ryan Black

Originally developed in ancient China as a martial art for self-defense, Tai Chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise that facilitates health improvement, disease prevention, healing assistance, and spiritual growth. It involves slow, circular movements, as well as mental concentration, breath control, deep relaxation, and meditation. Tai Chi uses slow, gentle, flowing movements […]

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Seven Nashville gyms to try in 2020

By Veronica Williams

If you are a freelancer or work a 9 to 5, getting a committed work out in can be hard. Getting involved at a fitness gym can get your workout kick-started! From yoga to cycle training, Nashville has fitness centers popping up all over. Veronica Williams looks at some of the latest. Our obsession with […]

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Four ways to create healthier relationships in 2020

By Elizabeth DeVaughn

One of our most profound needs as human beings is to cultivate secure, loving relationships. Deep within our biology, we’re fundamentally wired to form safe and loving attachments with others. Attachment science teaches us that we are our most independent, creative, purposeful, motivated, joyful, creative selves when we are securely and safely bonded with another, […]

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ASCAP launches TuneUp program for musicians

By Jane Smith

The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) has launched a program designed to meet the mental and physical wellness needs of music creators. TuneUp will offer ASCAP members access and discounts on services that support mental health, mindfulness, exercise and nutrition, recovery-focused support groups in multiple cities and online co-sponsored with MusicCares and […]

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10 worthy places to donate this holiday season

By Jamie Lober

If you are somebody who feels it is better to give than it is to receive, Nashville is home to some wonderful charities who would appreciate generosity big or small. Writer Jamie Lober offers these worthy causes. The Salvation Army.  The familiar sight and sound of the red kettle and bell means there is a […]

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The power of mindful walking

By Editor

In the book, ‘Afoot and Lighthearted: A journal for mindful walking’, Bonnie Smith Whitehouse, a Nashville-based author and professor at Belmont University, outlines the power and positivity that comes from spending intentional time outdoors. As well as her own experiences, Bonnie also has researched authors and historical figures who acknowledge the role walking had in […]

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15 albums to break those winter blues

By Veronica Williams

Winter can be a magical and fulfilling time of the year! But sometimes it can be downright depressing. Along with winter comes the tragic winter blues. Between the harsh weather outside and the feuding family atmosphere inside, it can be downright stressful. However, have no fear we’ve curated a playlist of 15 great albums to […]

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Your guide to buying CBD oil

By Editor

  It seems like everywhere you go—Shows, Farmers Markets, Malls—everyone’s into selling CBD Oil. But how can you tell the good products from the bad? CBD oil is gaining momentum in the health and wellness world, with some scientific studies confirming it may help treat a variety of ailments like chronic pain and anxiety. More […]

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Nashville’s Laura Lea announces new cookbook

By Editor

Following on from the huge success of her first cookbook, Nashville-based holistic chef Laura Lea Bryant (aka Laura Lea Balanced) sits down to discuss her second, Simply Laura Lea, which will be published next Spring. What can we expect from this new book? With my second cookbook, I wanted to offer new content without totally […]

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