Chocolate Chow Mein Clusters
Chocolate and peanuts are two of my favourite treats, and the combination in this recipe, along with butterscotch, gives this holiday treat a special flavour. My grandma - and my mom made these for Christmas every year, and this year I made a batch for myself and friends! They are so easy to do - and you can enjoy them anytime!
Make a batch - and let us know what you think!
Written by: Sarah Memme
FOOD - we know this is a big one! As we attend more gatherings we tend to loosen the reigns on our eating habits. This can range from over-eating, grabbing mindless snacks between events, or eating things that don't serve our body and its current needs.
EXERCISE - it seems like a no-brainer, but with a packed schedule, workouts can easily get kicked to the curb. You don't have to fall out of your wellness routine, even when you are busy.
ROUTINE / SLEEP - It only makes sense that as we add more to each day, our sleep can also suffer. Sleep is important for a healthy immune system and for a clear head. Try to stay as close to your normal routine and your body will reward you!
Here's to a stress-free (well, maybe just stress-reduced!?!) Holiday season! We look forward to seeing you soon, be it on the mat, or off the mat!
xo ~ Christine & Sarah
Fascia is a network of layered white connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones and joints. The joint capsule that surrounds joints is involved in optimizing the mechanical function of the joint and is also part of the fascial network. When fascia and joint capsules are restricted, muscle tightness, strains, and tears can occur, contributing to scar tissue formation, which inhibits movement patterns further.
What makes this therapy different from other flexibility programs is that each stretch begins with a light traction of the joint being treated. This allows for a deeper stretch by creating more space in joint.
FST can be a powerful tool for:
Written by: Melanie Dardanou
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