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Grass Fed vs. Conventional Beef

Food choices are very important to our health and well-being, on an individual, community and environmental level. Luckily, we are paying closer attention to what goes in our body and where it comes from. This is causing ranchers to sit up and listen to what the consumers want, and grass fed beef is becoming a […]

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Everyday Extraordinary: To Keep or Not to Keep?

Everyday Extraordinary: To Keep or Not to Keep? written by Jessie Hess of Pleasure Point Yoga In the last couple of years there has been a lot of buzz around minimalist living and it is no surprise as we humans are masters of accumulation: Clothes, books, papers, knick-knacks, stuff and more stuff. While many on the […]

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Master The Pullup

The pull-up is one of the most versatile, yet extremely difficult exercises to perform. Pull ups are great for building strength and mass as well as super effective for building lat muscles. It requires many different things to come together at the same time. Proper form and strength are required. And, like most things, practice […]

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Dandelion Tea

Dandelion Tea written by Shar’ron Strasser of Pleasure Point Yoga Dandelion tea Typically considered a weed or nuisance plant dandelions are actually often a overlooked food source. All parts of the plant are edible – including the flowers. This plant holds many vitamins and the flowers have antioxidant properties. The greens of the dandelion plant […]

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3 Reasons Yoga Heals Lower Back Pain

3 Reasons Yoga Heals Lower Back Pain written by Arthur Coulston of Pleasure Point Yoga If you haven’t had lower back pain before, consider yourself very lucky. Most adults in the U.S. will suffer from lower back pain at some time in their life, many for years at a time. My suffering began at age 17 when […]

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Cardio Variations

We all know those people who are avid runners and gush about all of the health benefits. However, for some of us, running (or cardio for that matter) may be the last thing we want to do. The truth is, cardio (referring to the cardiovascular system), or aerobic (meaning with oxygen) exercise is extremely beneficial […]

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Optimal Energy

Optimal Energy written by Delaney Puhek of Pleasure Point Yoga Sugar, whether we stir it in our morning brew, or mix it into dough for a late-night dessert, it’s a tough substance to avoid in anyone’s diet. I recently took the plunge to cut sugar from my diet. Now as a nutritionist, you’d think that this was already the […]

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