Get up and move!

Walk, run, dance, hoola up, or lift weights…more and more research has been showing the benefits of getting up and moving. Exercise has been linked to longevity of the body and the brain, and a key element to any integrative health plan.

Here on Elixir, you’ll find numerous posts on the topic of movement. You can start where you are, at any fitness level. It’s really that simple. Want healthier living? Start by moving.

Make Movement Fun in 5 Easy Steps

by Lisa Hartjen, MAAE, BFA

October 11th, 2016|

Looking for fun exercise ideas? Rediscover the power of play in 5 simple steps.

Best Workout Playlists – Summer Edition

by Elixir Staff

June 23rd, 2016|

Try our 3 workout playlists to get up, get happy, and get moving.

Is Neck Pain Grabbing Your Attention?

by Beth Spindler, E-RYT 500

March 31st, 2016|

Find quick relief for common neck pain with these gentle neck exercises.

Chair Yoga = Yoga for Everybody

by Serena Jetelina, RYT500

March 17th, 2016|

Not feeling flexible or strong enough for a full on yoga class? Here’s a supportive chair yoga sequence you can do every day!

Best 2016 Workout Playlists – Winter Edition

by Elixir Staff

February 25th, 2016|

5 great workout playlists to cure your winter blues.

Beginning Yoga? Hatha Yoga That Fits

by Beth Spindler, ERYT500

November 25th, 2015|

Discover a few tips on finding a class that fits & learn what to look for in a great Hatha Yoga class.

Back On Track

by Beth Spindler, ERYT500

November 12th, 2015|

Use these 7 easy posture cues throughout the day to relieve your aching back, neck, and shoulders.

Exercise? Ask the Expert

by Bill Ryan, PhD, RN

October 30th, 2015|

Exercise Physiologist Bill Ryan answers a few common questions about creating an exercise routine, yoga's benefits for athletes, and the benefits of using a fitbit.

Spa in Your Pocket? Think Yellow!

by Nema Nyar, LMT

October 15th, 2015|

Imagine you have a friend small enough to fit in your purse or briefcase, an ally who will give you daily massages to ease stress and fatigue...