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In order to live a higher quality life, maintaining optimal wellness is key. Everything we feel and do relates to our well-being and directly affects our actions and emotions. In order to subdue stress, reduce illness and ensure more positive life moments, achieving optimal wellness is instrumental for both vitality and longevity.
To achieve optimal wellness, one must apply it towards every possible endeavor. You can apply a wellness approach towards your environment, community, career, belief systems, physical activities, self care, healthy eating, self esteem, and creative activities. Applying wellness in your everyday life will allow you to achieve your full potential and live with passion and purpose.
"Creating a Healthy Lifestyle to the Core" - Terry Michael, CPI
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Romola Hodas, 61
I attended Terry Michaels’ Pilates class and loved it! I learned that I prefer Pilates better than yoga. My shoulders were hurting me for weeks and the class made them feel much better! Terry is one of the kindest people I have ever met. I love her teaching style!
Haydee Mesa, 46
When I met Terry I was searching for a new trainer who could help me with flexibility, weight loss and toning. She has become a very important person in my life. Terry has helped me to reach my goals and set new one’s through her training skills, encouragement and dedication to my progress. She is truly a treasure in my journey as each day carries its own challenges and she reminds me to keep moving forward!
Pam Horn, 75
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Her Pilates class is the highlight of my day. I have lost several inches from my legs and have built up strength in my arms and legs. It’s awesome! Terry is the most positive person, she always has a smile for you!
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Terry became a Certified Pilates Instructor in 2003. She is passionate about nutrition, fitness and personal development. Terry completed her Access The Bars training in 2018 and enjoys working with individuals to help them achieve their wellness goals. Today, she helps her clients achieve their health goals through proper nutrition, movement, and hydration.
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Terry Michael is sharing the difference in yoga instructors and practicing yoga to help our readers interested in finding a yoga “home” where they feel comfortable and supported.
The practice of yoga is to make responsible choices for ourselves by tuning in to our inner knowing of what the best course of action will be, in each moment.
Yogi Bhajan said that it is the birthright of every human to be “healthy, happy and holy.” The art of Kundalini Yoga is a practice that supports us becoming just that!
Our lives seem to be more stressful every day. Email, text messages and commitments to family, friends and the community compete for our attention. It’s no wonder the number of people who seek the peaceful health benefits of yoga is rapidly increasing.
By sharing the philosophies of various instructors whose classes I’ve taken, I hope to shed light on how you approach finding the right “fit.”
This is such a great time to explore yoga! I would encourage anyone interested in yoga to first identify what they are looking for, their “why.” Are they looking for stress relief? Increased flexibility and balance? Or just curious as to what it’s all about?