5 Ways Movement Reduces Pain

By Rani Glick | January 9, 2023

Maybe you feel this way in the wintertime, when there’s less incentive to go outside and be active. You move less and complain of sore and achy joints in the feet or knees. You may feel tenderness around the breasts and experience some weight gain. Contrary as it may seem, moving your body and activating…


By Rani Glick | January 6, 2023

Last call for savings Take 30% off your purchase of either program until January 10th HEAL TO HEALTH: A MINDUL PRACTICE FOR COPING WITH STRESS begins January 21st to March 11th on Saturdays from 10 am to Noon. “I came away with knowledge of what mindfulness was and wasn’t and habits and mindful practices that…

7 Ways To Reduce Your Stress

By Rani Glick | January 3, 2023

7 Ways To Reduce Your Stress Getting back into a regular routine after days of rest and relaxation (the holidays), you may notice how calm you feel away from the stress of everyday life. It’s a mindset shift to get back into the structure of things, work, and activity. Humans are wired for stress, and…

Feeding Your Wellbeing with Gratitude

By Rani Glick | December 19, 2022

This time of year is frantic! There is so much going on between work, year end commitments, holiday parties, shopping for gifts (if you do that), cooking, planning and preparing for family holiday celebrations. What is feeding your sense of well-being? What we ingest affects our health and well-being – not only in terms of…

Holiday Post, Book Review, Recipe, Events and Programs in the New Year!

By Rani Glick | December 6, 2022

Post- Listening to Your Body’s Cues  Book Review –  You’re Not Listening. What You’re Missing and Why it Matters Recipe – Arame Seaweed Salad  Events + Programs in the New Year The holiday season is upon us. We’re getting into the spirit of celebrating time with family and friends and looking forward to some much-needed…

What Niacin And Vegetables Do For Our Brain

By Rani Glick | October 31, 2022

We know how destructive stress can be to our brain and body. Our brain is vulnerable to burnout and working overtime. Modern imaging has shown that the harder we work the brain needs more nourishment to complete the tasks. So, it’s not surprising to learn that permanent damage can occur when there are not enough…

Taking Time To Rest

By Rani Glick | October 17, 2022

I’m on vacation travelling parts of Spain and Portugal with my husband Jan-Willem. It’s a privilege to take this time and travel. For us, there is nothing like seeing the world taking in the sites, smells, and tastes to discovering these two countries.  What has made an  impression on me is the awareness of time. Taking time…


By Rani Glick | October 6, 2022

I love trying new dishes for holiday celebrations when gathering with family and friends. Depending on the time of year, taking advantage of nature’s abundance of vegetables and fruits, there’s always a variety to choose from. I like to create an impressive presentation when preparing a meal for a group. Here’s a perfect thanksgiving dish…

Living On The Edge, Mindfully

By Rani Glick | September 28, 2022

Do you live on the edge balancing a busy schedule and home life? Most of us live on the edge without realizing it! We respond automatically to the demands presented to us, feeling stressed without really thinking do I need to do this now? Applying a mindful practice can ease the stress of juggling the…



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