By: Cassie Green, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach + exhale expert
It’s too hot to cook for most of us, but it’s not too hot to chop a few veggies, whip up a little homemade salad dressing, and enjoy a nutrient dense and delicious salad! Feel free to substitute your fave veggies into this recipe. It’s very flexible, which is one of my favorite things about it!Read More
With summer’s end drawing near, be sure to add a little wellbeing to your long weekend with these simple wellbeing practices – even if you only have a few minutes to spare.
Sleep well: a few moments of mindfulness before bedtime can make all the difference in the quality of your nightly shut-eye. Tune in to this video from our mindfulness guru and National Director of Healing, Robert, for the best night’s sleep you’ve had all summer long.Read More
This stew is my favorite thing to make around the holidays. It’s equally good as a weekday meal or as a holiday dinner dish. I’ve meal prepped with this recipe and brown-bagged it all week – because it’s protein-packed, possibly even more amazing when reheated, and travels well in a jar – and I’ve also brought this stew to countless Thanksgiving dinners and holiday parties, where it won’t disappoint.Read More
What to do with all that leftover pumpkin puree? Reset your skin after a big Thanksgiving meal with this easy, homemade Pumpkin Spice Face Mask.
Packed with lots of vitamins A and D, pumpkin is great for your skin. It softens and soothes, fights signs of aging, and contains enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids which help to brighten your glow. Plus, we’ve added a pinch of turmeric to the mix — this all-star ingredient is high in antioxidants to slow down cell damage, gently exfoliates your skin, and helps with inflammatory skin conditions, such as acne, dry skin, psoriasis and eczema. It helps reduce pigmentation, even out the skin tone, and diminishes wrinkles.Read More
Ready for a festive holiday season? So are we! Our teams from coast-to-coast weighed in on their favorite holiday traditions.
Elisabeth Halfpapp, EVP, Mind Body Programming
One of my traditions for the past 20 years is dancing in The Nutcracker as an adult in the party scene with Dances Patrelle. Bravo, Lis!
Sarah Walsh, Spa Director at exhale Back Bay
When I get home to DC – my family goes to ZooLights every year. It’s my favorite tradition!
Molly Colabuono, Spa Director at exhale ChicagoRead More
The new year is fast approaching — yet most of us don’t start thinking about 2019 goals until after Christmas dinner. Our advice? Start now. Sit down and prepare a list of important lifestyle changes you want to make in 2019. Then make a plan to achieve them. Here are the tips and tools we’re using, so you can do the same.
Reflect and grow. Before you can set goals for a new year, a little journaling and reflection on the current year goes a long way. Set aside time to reflect on the areas of your life — from relationships, to health, to career, to finances — and notice areas you’re proud of and areas you’d like to work on.
ommitment to making wellbeing a part of our day-to-day routine. From self-care tips to planning your workout, here’s what we have planned this month.Read More
his is our go-to green smoothie because it tastes like a creamy, frothy milkshake (no, really) and helps us get our daily greens, healthy fats, and fiber.Read More
Life is inevitable, but stress is not. The way that we react to difficult situations becomes the moment where we can choose whether or not to allow stress to surface. To help you strengthen your resistance to stressful thoughts and feelings, we’ve developed a defense plan that works like a charm.
Move it Whether you’re sweating it out or stretching it out, physical movement is a great way to channel whatever energy you’d normally put towards stress, into something productive and healthy. Release your tension and try some Power Yoga for a dynamic and positive sweat session or Chill Yoga to wind down and mentally disconnect. Stressed for time? HIIT 30 is a half hour of non-stop movement that will leave you feeling exhilarated.Read More
Microcurrent technology has been around for centuries, but it’s not until recently that it has made its way into the hands of lead estheticians as a way to not only reduce wrinkles and improve tone and texture, but to also educate facial muscles to lift saggy skin. Exhale’s Lift Facial utilizes this technology and is the perfect choice to achieve an immediate youthful glow before a big event or as a series to whip your skin into the best shape of its life! In the last few years, more and more celebrities from Jennifer Lopez to Kim Kardashian have been seen using microcurrent machines or are known to get electric facial for their red carpet treatments. But did you know that microcurrent came from less glamorous beginnings?Read More