Well+Good Wellness Trends 2017 (Part 2)

Jill is joined by founders of the extremely popular online wellness publication Well+Good for the second week in our two-part special. Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula continue to take us through the 2017 edition of their annual “wellness trends” feature, where they predict what is going to be big in the world of health, fitness and lifestyle in the coming year. Well+Good’s predictions are always on point and on this week’s show, Alexia, Melisse and Jill cover the remaining ten of fifteen.

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December 14th, 2016|Tags: , , , |

Well+Good Wellness Trends 2017 (Part 1)

Jill is joined by founders of the extremely popular online wellness publication Well+Good for this week’s special. Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula will take us through the 2017 edition of their annual “wellness trends” feature, where they predict what is going to be big in the world of health, fitness and lifestyle in the coming year. Well+Good’s predictions are always on point and on this week’s show, Alexia, Melisse and Jill cover the first five of fifteen.

See the episode notes and photos here.

December 7th, 2016|Tags: , , , |

Why Don’t You Start Here?

New York Times bestselling authors, Dr. Nathaniel Klemp and Eric Langshur, have created the first and only cross training program for mastering the skill of emotional well-being – think PX-90 for the mind. In Start Here, Klemp and Langshur reveal a groundbreaking, science-based program for emotional wellness that anyone can learn. Their program teaches the core skills needed to break free of the habits that keep us distracted, overwhelmed and addicted to unhealthy behaviors. Jill, Nathan and Eric take an in-depth look at the program and what it can do for our general well being. Then Jill revisits caterer Marcey Browstein in her commercial kitchen in New York. Marcey gives her tips on how to turn potential food waste into a healthy and tasty juice. Finally, Jill is joined by her The YinOva Center colleague and structural integration expert, Jessa Zin, for an interesting segment on the Rolfing method.

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November 30th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |