Expressing daily gratitude has been scientifically proven to improve health. Taking time to be thankful can reduce aches and pains, improve happiness and can enhance empathy, to name a few benefits. Have you added this practice of appreciating the little things into your daily life?Read More
January is setting in. Darker days are amidst us, albeit we are gradually returning to the light.
Whether Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects you or you are just looking for a lift to get you through the winter blahs, you are bound to find happiness up at the hill. Apex Mountain is a way to get above the clouds that close in on the valley. Getting outside is a way to gain more light despite these long winter nights.
This winter take the time to notice the mood enhancing effects of being outside in the snow sharing a beautiful view with friends.Read More
One of the tenants of Naturopathic medicine is to appreciate the innate healing power of nature. My hope is always that there is a healthy cycle of Play. Injury. Repair. Repeat. As will it be with our forests, wild fires will die down and snow will begin to fall. Not too long now will we be breathing fresh crisp winter air along the runs of Apex.Read More
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How’d that preseason training go for you? Are you feeling it after a good day on the hill? Albeit this is early season and your ski legs might not be here yet, you will benefit from some of these tips to keep agile throughout the season & even own the last run of the day.Read More
Printed in Apex Matters October 2017
If you are like me, you think of autumn as the gateway into winter. You spend much of your time getting geared up for ski season & begin the ritualistic prayers to the snow gods. With all this excitement of the first snowfall brings on preseason training.
Some things to keep in mind while you get your body fit for the hill are:Read More