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  • Is your Approach to Wellness Working?

    By Audra Labert | In Wellness | on November 14, 2018

    Are you offering a carrot or wielding a stick? Whether your approach to personal or workplace wellness has been the “carrot” incentive or the “stick” of consequences, take a moment to ask: Is it really working? New terminology refers to creating a “culture of health” or “workplace sustainability” rather than traditional incentive-based tools. Building this […]

  • Wellness Wednesday: Holiday (Over)Eating

    By Audra Labert | In Education, Newsletter, Wellness | on November 7, 2018

    Stuff the Turkey, Not Yourself This Thanksgiving by Jamie Brook, Health Coach and Peak Fit Pro Thanksgiving is a special day to spend with family and friends and give thanks, but what most of us relate Thanksgiving to is the feast. Many of our thanksgiving meals consist of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry […]

  • Wednesday Wellness: Giving Well

    By Audra Labert | In Wellness | on October 31, 2018

    This month marks the beginning our fall United Way Fundraising Campaign, and The Peak hosts special events that include both staff and members alike. Peak members and staff have raised over $700 by flipping and eating pancakes so far, and have also collected over 200 lbs. of Halloween candy for the Children’s Museum’s events. These […]

  • Peak News- November 2018

    By Audra Labert | In Newsletter | on October 30, 2018

    This holiday season, we’re focused on “Giving Back”, and we’re partnering with Community organizations to spread the benefit even further. Please join us throughout the season for fun, family-friendly, and one of a kind programs! Classes for a Cause- starts Nov. 12 Food Bank food drive all month long Holiday Huff n’ Puff- starts Thanksgiving […]

  • Wednesday Wellness: What does that even mean?

    By Audra Labert | In Motivation, Wellness | on October 24, 2018

    Maybe you’ve heard the term “wellness” through work programs, or maybe through visiting your local health club (*ahem*, Peak Health and Wellness Center). But what does wellness encompass? Many think of their physical wellness when the subject comes up, maybe even thinking about fitness or weight management attempts. Physical wellness is only part of what […]

  • Call it a mantra, values statement, or personal slogan: What words do you live by?  During a challenging time of life, maybe the advice of a friend or passage from a favorite text has helped uncover strength or find patience to deal with a situation. After having a baby, I remember my Mom telling me: […]

  • October Newsletter

    By Audra Labert | In Newsletter | on October 1, 2018

    The month, bring your pink for lots of events and fun happenings at The Peak and Peak West Bank! PeakNews-October

  • Wednesday Wellness: Activate your posture

    By Audra Labert | In Education, Wellness | on September 26, 2018

    Glute amnesia, also called “dead butt syndrome”, develops when the gluteal muscles are underutilized and have maybe even stop firing correctly. This week, we’re talking about posture and how to incorporate “better” posture into your day-to-day life. What do the gluteals have to do with posture? EVERYTHING. The gluteals, the muscles covering your backside, are largely […]

  • Is sitting really the new smoking? Wednesday Wellness

    By Audra Labert | In Wellness | on September 19, 2018

    It’s a phrase that grabs attention, but is it true? Sitting has been identified as a culprit in health problems from back pain to obesity and high blood pressure. Mayo Clinic cites that “analysis of 13 studies of sitting time and activity levels found that those who sat for more than eight hours a day with […]

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