It’s summer time, and everyone’s feeling good. With all the excitement that comes with beautifully warm weather, we at WellSpring are (of course) concerned with summer wellness. May through August are the busiest, most active months. We’ve already covered how to handle proper summer nutrition. But what about physical and mental wellness? Skincare, physical self-care,
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In recognition of Physical Fitness and Sports Month, we are spotlighting WellSpring’s Fitness & Nutrition Program and why regular physical activity is good for anyone’s health, regardless of age. By working with a fitness trainer, physical exercise can help lower your weight, reduce your risk for heart and other diseases, and improve your overall mental health.
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Diversity in Education: Video Interview with WellSpring’s President Don Farquharson
Diversity is one of the most important features that a school can offer its students. By supporting a diverse population, institutions provide their students with experiences to meet and learn from people they normally wouldn’t have the opportunity to interact with at school. Diversity in the classroom prepares students for a variety of people they will one day interact within the workforce.
Don Farquharson, president and CEO at WellSpring, has witnessed first-hand how the school has grown and changed over the years. Farquharson said, “This used to be a massage therapy school and it was a 98, 99 percent Caucasian student body. Today, I’m pleased to say that we have a 30 percent non-Caucasian student body. It’s very diverse and we love it that way.”
Watch Don share on the diversity of Wellspring School of Allied Health!
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Back to School: Tips for Packing Healthy Lunches
Parents of school aged children across the country are accustomed to the morning routine of packing a school lunch. While it’s convenient and easy to throw in the classic chips, sandwich and cookie, that isn’t always the healthiest option for your child. Believe it or not, there are healthy options for school lunches that are easy and quick!
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Personal trainers are expected to be pictures of health and wellness. However, sometimes we give our best to our clients and at the end of the day, we have nothing left in our tanks for self-care. As the saying goes, “The cobbler’s children have no shoes.” If all our efforts in life improvement are directed
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Almost everyone has seen people walking around with gadgets like fitbits, Apple watches and everything in between. Needless to say, the obsession with them and the information they provide us with is real.
They provide us with how many steps we’ve taken, how many miles we’ve walked, our heart rate, activity logger and even the calories we’ve burned. We spend hours watching those numbers rise over the course of the day, watching to see if we hit our goals or not. Some of us go as far as going on that extra walk or putting in an extra hour at the gym.
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Tips for Maintaining Your Health, Fitness and Well-being This Summer!
Summer weather, for the most part, is fabulous. From spending time outdoors to vacationing with friends and family, it truly is one of the best times of the year. However, all of the cookouts and beer may cost you that trim waistline. Read More…
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