‘Stress Management’

5-Minute Meditations: Peaceful Place

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

While a tad longer than 5 minutes (bonus!), this guided visualization will guide you through a place of serenity, while experiencing it through all of your senses. Before You Begin You may wish to practice this in the morning, on your lunch break, or after a long day to de-stress. Before starting, find a comfortable seated position or even feel […] Read more »

Peaceful Place Meditation

Fitness Video: Yoga Poses You Can Do In A Chair

By Lori Wright, CPT

This video is part of our fitness video series featuring Lori Wright – Green Mountain at Fox Run’s Fitness Lead. Lori has taught for more than 20 years, and is an ACE certified Personal Trainer. She holds certifications in Aerobics, Spinning, BodyPump, YogaFit, Hot Yoga, YogaLean, and Kids Yoga. In This Episode… In this episode, Lori walks us through a quick 5 minute chair […] Read more »


Permission Granted to “Be Lazy”

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

Today in our Mindfulness 101 class here at Green Mountain, a wonderful “Aha!” moment happened. One of the points I make is the difference between medita-TION and medita-TIVE. Meditation is the practice of using the breath to anchor our awareness in the present moment. Doing this allows us to bring a sense of ease to our bodies, even if only […] Read more »

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The Top 3 Things To Overcome Binge Eating Disorder – B.E.D. Specialist Reveals

By Kari Anderson, DBH, LCMHC, CEDS

What makes someone a specialist? I could tell you how long I’ve worked with people who have eating disorders, or my degrees, research or the books I’ve contributed to, but the heart of the matter is… as someone who experienced Binge Eating Disorder before there was a name for it, “I’ve been there, done that”. So when someone asked me […] Read more »

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Free Webinar! Mindful Eating For Women Who Struggle With Weight

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Sometimes I crack up about the way we use words in our language. Take “amazing” for example. My friend told me the other day that the scone she was eating was “A MAZE ING”. I thought to myself, really…amazing? I wondered if she knew that amazing is defined as causing great surprise or wonder; astonishing. Wow, I thought, a scone […] Read more »

Free Webinar Mindful Eating For Women Who Struggle with Weight
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