Healthy Living for ME offers workshops to help Mainers focus on wellness in the New Year

This January, Healthy Living for ME is kicking off 2022 with several new workshop sessions. Available statewide, with in-person, virtual, and telephonic options, the workshops address a variety of health needs and are open to adult Mainers of all ages.

“As we approach the New Year, many people are thinking about improving their health. Healthy Living for ME is here to help Mainers on their wellness journey, and we’re committed to making our workshops as accessible as possible to people across the state,” said Jen Paquet, training manager of Healthy Living for ME. “We encourage people to look through our upcoming workshops and contact us to register or discuss what we offer.”

Many of Healthy Living for ME’s workshops are free to the participant, while others have a low cost. For virtual workshops, participants who do not have the necessary technology may be eligible to borrow an iPad from Healthy

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How I Discovered My “Wellness” Plan Was Actually an Eating Disorder Called Orthorexia

Photo credit: Perryn Ford

Photo credit: Perryn Ford

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Throughout 2021, Good Housekeeping will be exploring how we think about weight, the way we eat, and how we try to control or change our bodies in our quest to be happier and healthier. While GH also publishes weight loss content and endeavors to do so in a responsible, science-backed way, we think it’s important to present a broad perspective that allows for a fuller understanding of the complex thinking about health and body weight. Our goal here is not to tell you how to think, eat, or live — nor is to to pass judgment on how you choose to nourish your body — but rather to start a conversation about diet culture, its impact, and how we might challenge the messages we are given about what makes

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GreenStreet Merges Wellness and Work with June 10 Opening of Life Time in Downtown Houston | State

HOUSTON, June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — At a time when consumers are reshaping how they live, work and play with a renewed focus on health, Life Time, the nation’s premier healthy lifestyle brand, today opened its newest luxury athletic club and premium coworking space at GreenStreet.

For the first time, Downtown Houston will have healthy living, entertainment and experiences, combined with a high-end coworking space intentionally designed to promote a healthy and fulfilling work life as part of Lionstone Investments and Midway’s mixed-use GreenStreet complex encompassing four city blocks.

“Life Time GreenStreet will be an urban country club for Downtown Houston, meeting the changing needs of consumers and their live, work and play lifestyle,” said Bahram Akradi, Life Time Founder, Chairman and CEO. “The Midway team has done a phenomenal job of reimagining what urban living can be with culture, creativity and innovation at GreenStreet. Coupled with

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Healthy by Design Coalition celebrates area worksites for wellness efforts | Success Stories

The Healthy By Design Coalition is recognizing 11 local businesses for making the healthy choice, the easy choice for their employees. Please join Healthy By Design in congratulating the following Yellowstone County businesses: Billings Chamber of Commerce, Billings Clinic, City of Billings Planning & Community Services Division, Computers Unlimited, Granite Health & Fitness, HUB International, PacificSource Health Plans, RiverStone Health, St. Vincent Healthcare, Well Pared, and Yellowstone Naturopathic Clinic.

These Healthy Worksites were approved by a review committee after demonstrating their commitment to employee health and wellness through a free application process. Applications were scored on four areas of opportunity for worksite wellness: healthy eating, active living, work-life balance, and general health promotion. Recognized businesses will receive a certificate and window decal for display, a shout-out through the Coalition’s communication outlets, and a community salute at Healthy By Design’s annual meeting later this year.

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