Do a Daily Tech Detox

by Well+Good 0

Make this your Healthiest Year Ever with this month’s tip from Ethan Nichtern, Buddhist teacher, author, and The Interdependence Project founder. At the start of the year, Nichtern, who’s the founder of the Interdependence Project, a secular Buddhist center, issued a “responsible Econsumption” challenge: Power down for a ...

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Go With Your Gut

by Gen Matchette 0

Last year, I had the privilege of giving not one, but two speeches about my experience with breast cancer. The first was for local dignitaries near the base where my husband was stationed. I was the keynote speaker for the base’s Triple Ribbon Month (Drug, Domestic ...

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Difference Maker: Meet Rachel Nicks

by Team Athleta 0

Rachel Nicks, a Julliard alumna, pursued acting to learn about different cultures and people through the characters. “I wanted to do something that made a difference. With acting, you tell a story and hope the story affects change and educates the audience in a new way.” ...

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Dance Lessons: Meet Kira Alvarado

by Team Athleta 0

When she was three years old, Kira Alvarado, an exhale Core Fusion Barre and fitness instructor, daydreamed about becoming a ballerina. Since then, she’s lived out her dream by attending the New World School of Arts College to become a classically trained ballerina and modern dancer. Kira loves the freedom ...

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POWER UP for Girls on the Run

by Team Athleta 39

  When a girl runs, she lives in the moment. She’s no longer small, big, slow, fast, shy, loud, rule-breaker or rule-follower. The layers peel away with every step she takes until all that remains is strength. Utter confidence in her abilities and, by extension, herself. ...

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Strong at the Core: Meet Rachel Feldman

by Team Athleta 0

Before Rachel Feldman became a Core Fusion instructor at exhale, she wasn’t interested in becoming strong. She just wanted to look good and pursue her dreams of becoming an actress in NYC. “I just wanted to be skinny. I thought of exercise as the opposite of ...

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