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How Can Envisage Help Me Stay Healthy And Independent As I Age?

Aging, and how to prepare for it, is an important part of envisioning your future. It’s one of the most personal plans you should make while you are still healthy and active – and it will only grow more important as you advance in years.

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35-Minute Yin Yoga

Join Jill Oswalt, certified yoga instructor, as she guides you on in her 35-minute Yin Yoga practice, suitable for both beginner and intermediate students. Jill demonstrates how simple deep stretches can facilitate the release of built up stress and tension.

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Topics: Staying Healthy

No Equipment, Low Impact Work Out

Jake Boyer, certified exercise physiologist and personal trainer with Pittsburgh Fitness Project, takes the time to show you some no equipment, low impact exercises you can do in the comfort of your own home. It’s important part of maintaining both physical and mental wellness to take the time to get moving in a way that works best for you.

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Topics: Staying Healthy

Positivity and Adapting to Unprecedented Times

Michael Pecosh, licensed counselor at Pecosh Counseling & Consulting, teaches you how to choose to “anti-awfulize” your thought process when it comes to the current world crisis. Switch off your “what if?” thinking and switch on adaptive thinking in order to feel more in control of every situation.

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Topics: Staying Healthy

Keeping Your Mind Sharp During Isolation

Keeping your mind engaged is a key factor in remaining happy, healthy and well during this time of social distancing. We’ve gathered resources that range from learning something new from an Ivy League school to discovering how to paint from some familiar faces in order to help you keep your mind sharp.

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Topics: Staying Healthy