Health & Wellness

Colin Snow, owner of Natural Step School of Tai Chi for Health and Well-Being in Bryn Mawr Village, has practiced and taught tai chi for over 35 years.

Janice Sawinski has worked with people of all ages—6 to 80—diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as some not diagnosed, to figure out the best methods and tools they can use to thrive.

Anyone who has used a neti pot to relieve cold symptoms knows how effective simple salt water can be at clearing stuffy noses and sinus pressure.

Through the Free for All program, adults (18-plus) can try (for free!) activities ranging from gardening vegetables to discussing foreign films.

Through the Free for All program, adults (18-plus) can try (for free!) activities ranging from gardening vegetables to discussing foreign films.

When it comes to canine lost causes, Heather Hime simply doesn’t believe they exist. Although some cases are less straightforward than others, the owner and trainer at Lucky Paws is firm in her belief that every dog can be trained.

On April 30, the St. Louis Park Historical Society hosted a fundraiser for their building project with a very special guest-speaker: three-time Pulitzer Prize-winner and proud St. Louis Park native Tom Friedman.

As summer kicks into high gear, St. Louis Park celebrates with its annual Parktacular Festival, bringing a string of event-filled days and nights to the community.

Marmot Angel Fire sleeping bag and Wallaroo water-friendly sun hat (from Hoigaard’s); Briggs & Riley rolling bag (with expandable feature) and Paw Patrol scootie (from Luggage World); and books that can be found at Half Price Books.

Although walking is my favorite form of exercise, I’ve heard the messages from doctors and trainers reminding me that turning 40 means it’s time to get serious about working my muscles and adding new challenges to my fitness routine.

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