• MARCH 29, 2017
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    Exercise and Women’s Health

    Exercise and Women’s Health

    Dr. Teresa Knight explains some simple ways for women to exercise good hygiene, appearing on Great Day St. Louis, March 13, 2017. KMOV.com As it gets warmer outside we are going to be shifting our exercising to the outdoors, and ultimately if we are running, biking, or exercising we are going to have some chaffing.
    • MARCH 21, 2017
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    Emerging from Stuckness

    Emerging from Stuckness

    "Embrace the possibilities that come from change. Transformation can be  joyful." --Weight Loss Coach Gayle  When we think of ways we want to improve our lives, optimism and good intentions are usually abundant. Plans for weight loss and promises to exercise more are ubiquitous, especially when we embark on a wellness journey. Unfortunately, resolutions for
    • MARCH 15, 2017
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    The Joy of Movement

    The Joy of Movement

    Intro video from Health Coach Gayle Research tells us that most people underestimate how much they eat and overestimate how much physical activity they get. If making time for regular exercise is a challenge, then a shift in thinking can prove helpful. Too often, perceptions of exercise start from a place of negativity and shame.
    • MARCH 8, 2017
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    Progress and Change

    Progress and Change

    “Never look back. Unless you’re planning to go that way.”  ~ Henry David Thoreau Efforts to change health related behaviors (e.g. being sedentary, overeating, drinking excessively, being chronically sleep deprived) can leave us feeling discouraged when our plans collide with reality. Rather than feeling defeated, it can be helpful to know that change is rarely linear