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Over The Munah

OVER The Munah By Sharon M. Cirillo I recently attended a Yoga class in Morristown taught by instructor Munah Hayes featuring” her own method of combining traditional Yoga with an ample dose of her unique spirituality, intuitive conversation, and beautiful music. Arriving early to get a spot, I chatted with the others in the class and noted the infectious enthusiasm and love they felt for her. The moment she strode through the door, I understood [...]

Clean Juice

  CLEAN JUICE IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL By Sharon M. Carillo I chatted with Leilah and David Tyree about their new business adventure, “Tyree Nation,” (comprised of seven children), their 15-year strong marriage, and their love of all things healthy.   What I expected was a story about juice,but what I got from this dynamic duo was their desire to servethe Morristown community with excellence and a servant’s heart. David, a former NFL player [...]

Mommy Makeover, Why Women Put Everyone Else First

Mommy Makeover By Sandy Collins Many women, especially mothers, find joy and success in providing for their family’s needs. This often means putting in long hours, spending countless nights up dealing with crying children, and balancing full-time work with homework and housework. It’s not easy. And, you wouldn’t change what you do. Yet, at the end of the day, there’s no time for the things you, personally need. You may lack time to get a [...]

By |April 1st, 2020|Categories: Featured, Wellness|0 Comments

A Survivor’s Story

A Survivor's Story By Jane Meggitt Every woman with breast cancer goes through that specific moment when she suspects something is wrong. For Debra Rains, it was at age 44, in 2004, while trying on outfits in a store in preparation for a vacation. Right there, in the dressing room, she felt a lump in her breast. She’d had false alarms before, because her breasts tended toward the cystic, but she knew this needed checking [...]

By |January 18th, 2018|Categories: Featured, Wellness|0 Comments

The Fighter

The Fighter Civil rights attorney, Ali Freeman is  familiar with fighting for others. But when diabetes attacked his health, he discovered that his toughest battle yet would be to spar for his own life. Ali Freeman, an undisputed medical champion has faced a series of hard-hitting medical blows as a result of being a diabetic. Particularly, complete loss of vision in one eye, level-five kidney failure and a quadruple by-pass heart surgery. The health heavyweight [...]

By |January 18th, 2018|Categories: Wellness|0 Comments

Which is Alkaline?

Which is Alkaline? “Water makes up two thirds of human body weight.” Water is the fountain of health. Water makes up two thirds of human body weight. Water lubricates the body, regulates body temperature, removes body toxins and transports essential nutrients. Alkaline water is a liquid and anti-oxidant that neutralizes the free radicals in the body responsible for aging and cancer. It balances the pH of the body creating an environment where disease cannot thrive, [...]

By |January 18th, 2018|Categories: Wellness|0 Comments

Winter Fitness For Adults

Winter Fitness For Adults Some take a class with our fabulous fitness instructor, Robin Weber. Robin holds certifications as a group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer and is LVCYT Chair Yoga certified. She also maintains special interest certifications in Body Toning and Conditioning and Active Older Adults. She has worked in the health and fitness area for over 20 years and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to her classes. TOTAL BODY CIRCUIT The Total [...]

By |January 18th, 2018|Categories: Wellness|0 Comments