Health and Wellness

. December 31, 2014.
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Everyone has broken their New Year’s resolutions in the past. But this is the year to turn that trend around. Sure you can’t carve out six pack abs in two weeks, but there are quick changes you can make to become healthier in 2015.
 

I resolve to see a doctor.
 

Dr. Susan Rose

5889 Whitmore Lake Road #4
Brighton, MI 48116
(810) 588-6911

Susan Rose, a fully licensed physician specializing in osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM) and cranial sacral therapy (CST), is an effective and cost efficient choice for comprehensive evaluation and treatment of problems such as musculoskeletal pain and/or restriction, postural problems, headaches, dizziness, poor balance, TMJ dysfunction. Expertly performed OMM/CST by Dr. Rose can also help to optimize performance for musicians, dancers, and athletes who may have injury, overuse syndrome or suboptimal technique.

 

I resolve to find calmness through meditation.
 

A2 Yoga

2030 Commerce Boulevard
(734) 216-4006

“Life is often crazy, so finding a mindful moment can be a relief. Classes at A2 Yoga, like our new Yin Yoga class, Restorative Yoga, and Gentle Yoga & Meditation, help students learn the importance of meditate. Classes are usually bookended by mindful meditative moments.The benefits of meditation include increased relaxation and internal energy or life force, plus it develops compassion, love, patience, generosity and forgiveness. The next step is to take it beyond the studio and incorporate it into our daily lives. A living 'sadhana'!”

 

I resolve to use naturopathic medicine.
 

The Shop

13 West Cross Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
(734) 961-2770

The Shop is dedicated to its patients. We are committed to providing our members with safe and affordable access to the best medical cannabis products available. We also offer a variety of patient services designed to improve your overall health and well-being. The Shop is here to make the quality of your life better.

 

I resolve to eat more mindfully.
 

The People's Food Co-op

216 North 4th Avenue
(734) 994-9174

Mindful eating flows from the mindful selection of local, organic and sustainable produce and products that have been offered at the award-winning People’s Food Cooperative since 1971. Open daily with a grocery store, bulk foods, hot/salad bars and grab-and-go, Café Verde serves fair-trade coffees and teas, freshly made baked goods and juices along with live music (Thursday nights from 6-8 pm) and free Wi-Fi. Start your New Year off right by visiting downtown Ann Arbor in Kerrytown across from the Farmers Market.

 

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