• Yoga: Five Thousand Years Young and Still Going Strong

    Yoga: Five Thousand Years Young and Still Going Strong

    Yoga classes, trends, and apparel abound these days in settings that range from candlelit rooms to local breweries to paddleboards and trampolines. Glo-Sticks, retro playlists, paints, and blank canvases all seem to sweeten the pot by offering a “new twist” on an ancient practice. The National Institutes of Health estimates that 24 to 36 million

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  • Why Your Insurance May Reward You For Hitting the Gym

    Why Your Insurance May Reward You For Hitting the Gym

    Everyone knows that a sound body is a sound investment but did you know that many health insurance providers in New York will offer money back on your…

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  • New Year Wellness Tips

    New Year Wellness Tips

    To truly fulfill that “new year, new you” mantra, it’s time to take charge of your health – but not necessarily through dieting. The word “diet” evokes restriction and deprivation, which generally don’t have the sticking power to see you through 2017. You may form new habits, but you’ll likely break them before long…

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  • Sacroiliac Joint Pain

    Sacroiliac Joint Pain

    The sacroiliac joint is the part of your lower back made up of the sacrum (the bony structure above your tailbone and below your lower vertebrae) and the top part (iliac) of your pelvis. It is the part of the low back just behind your waist. You have right and left sacroiliac joints. Ligaments hold these bones in place…

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