Rock Climbing Basics for Beginners–And Those Simply in Awe of it

The National Geographic film Free Solo is getting people excited. The film is a visual documentation of rock climber Alex Honnold’s ascent of the famous El Capitan in Yosemite National Park and the person behind the incredible climber. Thirty-three year old Alex Honnold is known for his daring sans-rope ascents. Recently, he climbed the sevenContinue reading “Rock Climbing Basics for Beginners–And Those Simply in Awe of it”

Healthy Aging Doesn’t Have to be Hard

One of the refreshing things we’ve learned this Healthy Aging Month is that healthy aging–and living in general–is a lot simpler than it sometimes seems. The things that help us feel our best when we’re young do the same when we’re old: adequate sleep, a healthy diet, and regular exercise are the foundation of anyContinue reading “Healthy Aging Doesn’t Have to be Hard”

Breathe New Life Into Your Yoga Routine

Yoga isn’t just something you do on a mat, so the next time you want to take your practice to a different level (and aren’t yet convinced that goat yoga is for you), consider one of these interesting alternatives. In addition to providing the many benefits of traditional mat yoga, these practices provide their ownContinue reading “Breathe New Life Into Your Yoga Routine”

Another Great Race for the Cure

Wow! We’re still in awe of our Oregon and SW Washington community for coming out in such force for Race for the Cure this past Sunday, September 16th. The morning was rainy and  brisk, but a little drizzle wasn’t about to stop this motivated group of Race for the Cure participants. Before the race, peopleContinue reading “Another Great Race for the Cure”