In honor of Thanksgiving week, Jessica Lizza of Scottsdale-based TTI Success Insights outlines the beauty of gratitude, how to practice it in your daily life and the benefit it can have on your brain. As Lizza writes, “When it comes to gratitude, there’s a lot more going on inside your brain than you think.”
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Dr. Shaun Kennedy, ND, assistant professor of nutrition at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, outlines which fresh, seasonal foods to add into your diet with the new season. While everyone is excited for all things pumpkin spice, consider picking up one of these nutritious fall foods on your next shopping trip.
This winter, Scottsdale will offer a warm welcome to The NOW Massage, marking the Los Angeles-based brand’s first Arizona boutique. The wellness brand transforms the traditional therapeutic massage space, with its unique aesthetic and elevated experience.
A day at the spa sounds pretty tempting right about now, doesn’t it? Grab your mom, sister or bestie and book The Phoenician’s new stay and spa package for a transformative girls’ weekend.
During the past several months, a new kind of sound therapy, often called sound healing, has begun to attract a following. Nicole Fonovich, M.Ed., R.T.I., founder/owner of Nicole Anne Yoga, a mobile yoga and holistic wellness company in Arizona, discusses the power of this up-and-coming meditation.
Time to Freeze is a dedicated website by the Arizona Associates of Reproductive Health, designed specifically for women to discover if they may be candidates for freezing their eggs.
These days, everyone is looking for alternative approaches to health and wellness. And Gilbert’s newest boutique wellness center, Cryoshift, offers a glimpse into the future of body recovery and rejuvenation.
Did you spend a few too many minutes outside sans sunblock? Dr. Suneil Jain, NMD, of Rejuvena Health & Aesthetics in Scottsdale, outlines six all-natural ways to treat that wicked sunburn.
Whether it’s yoga studios, nature hikes or even meditation retreats, Arizona is home to a number of zen spaces and calming activities that tourists and locals alike can indulge in—and with all of the obstacles that this year has introduced, having a place to breathe and unwind is more important than ever before. Here are some of the best locally owned yoga studios in the Valley.
The Arizona Department of Health Services has approved a handful of bars, gyms and theaters to reopen. Once the business is approved, they can reopen immediately. This is just a list of those approved, we recommend checking with the business first to verify their reopening day.