Superfood café Vitality Bowls is launching new savory menu items that are available exclusively in Grand Rapids.
Faith Hospice has announced plans to construct a grief support center at its Trillium Woods inpatient facility to address an increasing need for bereavement services in West Michigan.
Experts say suicide is preventable.
Dreamgoats offers several opportunities to enjoy the companionship of goats.
IV therapies offer new/old approach to wellness.
A new indoor cycling studio is preparing to open at a shopping center in town.
An emerging trend, doulas guide people through their end-of-life journey.
A new indoor cycling studio is coming to Grand Rapids.
Winter is typically cold and flu season, but this year, diagnoses could get a bit trickier with COVID-19 lurking around every corner.
Summer is approaching, and so are many chances to soak up the beauty of the Grand Rapids area with these outdoor yoga classes.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Green Wellness in Caledonia is introducing CBD-based hangover kits.
AM Yoga Studio has partnered with Community Rebuilders to launch a yoga program for veterans to assist with symptoms of PTSD and other mental health issues.
Dr. Diana Bitner elevates women’s health with new practice.
The fever. Have you caught it yet? Ever since practicing at Yoga Fever, at 1154 Wealthy St SE, a year ago as part of its new student deal, I hadn't had a chance to return but found myself craving its unique combination of intense hot vinyasa with thoughtful alignment cues and more classical postures.
Local yoga studio the Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse has a bi-annual tradition of daring its students to 30 days of yoga. Every October and February, yogis choose to enroll in the “30 Day Dare,” with the intention of taking thirty yoga classes throughout the course of the month.
Plié and pirouette to better health and fitness with Grand Rapids Ballet’s adult ballet classes.
Untreated sleep apnea can have serious health consequences.
A new “judgment-free” fitness center is coming to downtown Grand Rapids.
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.
Transformative experiences with unconventional medicine led Paul Austin, a Grandville native and Hope College graduate, on an unconventional career path.