Healthier alternatives to plant-based burgers.
Alternative therapies are helping to relieve stress and live in the moment.
If you’re the type of person who enjoys working furiously and getting nowhere, there’s a new spot in town you might want to check out.
20 tips to tackle your 2020 New Year's resolutions
Use light therapy to treat seasonal affective disorder.
A new “judgment-free” fitness center is coming to downtown Grand Rapids.
A new indoor cycling studio is preparing to open at a shopping center in town.
A new indoor cycling studio is coming to Grand Rapids.
By now, you’ve probably heard of Himalayan salt, whether you’ve seen an orange glowing salt lamp or a cooking slab.
Worried about your kids’ drinking habits? You are not alone. A local grassroots movement has published a book to inspire young adults toward healthier alcohol...
Yoga is about getting in touch with your body and mind, and that’s exactly what Allison Steele did.
The first-ever Grand Rapids Baby and Beyond Expo is this weekend.
Niki Corcoran is making her dream of owning a yoga studio come true.
Your feet might just hold the secret to better health.
Stretch your muscles with some friends for a good cause.
Twenty-five years ago, Jaye Van Lenten and Jackie Bess embarked on a journey to bring holistic health and wellness to Grand Rapids. They purchased the building for Spirit Dreams in 1994, converting the former bank into what is now the beloved neighborhood shop.
A Grand Rapids fitness studio is celebrating one year of raising the bar by offering free classes.
New year, new workout. Whether you’re tired of not reaching your fitness goals or maybe just getting tired of the old routine, it’s time to get out and try something new.
Skip the resolutions this year and, instead, try incorporating something into your routine that is guaranteed to grant you physical, mental and emotional benefits: meditation.
How did you ring in the New Year? At a quiet cottage outside of the Grand Rapids, a group of people began the year with a nourished mind, body and heart. At the Ignite Retreat, attendees spent four days and three nights pursuing replenished energy and positive energy for the year ahead.