The Whispering Cave calls itself a “sacred salt sanctuary,” and it’s a place for clients to connect with their bodies—including all of their senses.
Health and wellness
Minnesotans live for the summer. Every year when the days get longer and sunnier, our spirits begin to lighten, too.
Hannah and Natalie Van Ochten take parallel paths in their careers to help others.
May is Melanoma Awareness Month, and Excelsior resident Mollie Michura, owner of The Glow Lounge, wants to make it easier for you to practice sun safety—not just in May, but all year round.
The owners of FitHaus, a boutique fitness studio in Long Lake, call it “a place [where] you can be yourself and work on yourself at the same time.”
Growth occurs when we embrace our vulnerability.
Have you tried cupping?
Care for yourself and your community at donation yoga.
January in Minnesota is tough. The new year and its attendant resolution-making (and -breaking) increase our focus on getting healthy, starting good habits and dropping old ones, while our emotional reserves are already depleted from holiday stress and overindulgence, not to mention the cold, the slush and the lack of sunlight.
Thankfully, there are several local options for kick-starting your wellness regimen that are all about balance and rejuvenation, helping you look and feel your best, inside and out. Combining the best of modern science, ancient
Dr. Charles Crutchfield Sr. and Dr. Charles Crutchfield III are two of Saint Paul’s best known physicians. Dr. Crutchfield Sr. has delivered more than 9,000 babies in his career as an obstetrician and gynecologist. His son, Dr. Crutchfield III, is a dermatologist with a renowned practice who is the team dermatologist for the Minnesota Wild, the Timberwolves, the Vikings and the Twins. He has written a children’s book to help parents teach the importance of using sunblock and is a guest expert on TV and radio shows.