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Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Anti-Aging Strategies for Men

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Anti-Aging Strategies for Men

While they may not always admit it, men are also interested in finding ways to look young and vibrant as they age.

For men interested in learning more about evidence-based strategies to optimize health, longevity and achieve peak performance, don’t miss a special -- and complimentary -- Wellness Education Seminar on Wednesday, March 19, beginning at 7 p.m at Arden Hills.   Presented by Anti-Aging Expert Dr. David Greene M.D.,  the seminar is titled “Healthy Age Management and Anti-Aging for Men"  and will address many topics of concern for men who are striving to stay looking young and feeling healthy.

For more information about this helpful and complimentary Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit http://www.ardenhills.net/sports-fitness/nutrition/wellness-seminars/
 

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Incorporating Soul Purpose in Business

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Incorporating Soul Purpose in Business

High-pressure careers, conflict on the job and unresolved issues at work often cause undue stress on the body. 

At the next Wellness Education Seminar, Soul Purpose Expert Sasha Sabbeth will share ways to help achieve prosperity, creativity, and internal harmony in business at the upcoming -- and complimentary -- Wellness Education Seminar titled “Let Your Soul Creatively Guide You in Business” on Wednesday, March 12, at 6 p.m. at Arden Hills. Guests will gain valuable insight and learn more about how to use Soul Purpose and intuition to guide decision-making at the office.

For more information about this helpful and complimentary Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit http://www.ardenhills.net/sports-fitness/nutrition/wellness-seminars/

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Reducing Muscle Pain

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Reducing Muscle Pain

At some point in our lives, it happens to all of us -- long-time athletes and weekend warriors alike.   Muscle injuries and/or overuse can lead to increased stiffness, pain, and a pattern of impaired movement.

Learn how the use of Active Release Technique can unfreeze damaged muscles and restore mobility, range of motion, and relieve pain at an upcoming -- and complimentary -- Wellness Education Seminar titled “Break Through the Downward Spiral of Pain” on Wednesday, March 5, at 6 p.m. at Arden Hills.  Dr. Scott Saberniak will provide helpful tips for improving your overall wellness and reducing muscle pain.

For more information about this helpful and complimentary Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit http://www.ardenhills.net/sports-fitness/nutrition/wellness-seminars/
 

U Barre: Raising the “Barre” in East Sac

U Barre: Raising the “Barre” in East Sac

By Kearsten Shepherd

Since moving to East Sacramento a little over a year ago I’ve been searching for a new gym. In my former suburban neighborhood I had a plethora of fitness choices ranging from the national chains, to the small independents, as well as boot camp and cross fit groups that met at the neighborhood park.

Since moving, I’ve tried a few of the local gyms, as well as One Flow Yoga (which I love) and of course TEAMRide – both of which are great but only offer one thing. The gyms themselves have been ok, but offer inconvenient class times (for this working girl) or have additional fees to take a group class... Read More

"Live With the Chef" at Arden Hills this Wednesday Evening!

"Live With the Chef" at Arden Hills this Wednesday Evening!

We know eating fresh fish is great for a healthy diet but how do we select and cook the often advertised “fish of the day”?  

Don’t miss the next “Live With the Chef” cooking class on Wednesday, February 26, at 6 p.m. at Arden Hills when the talented wellness chef shares helpful tips about selecting and cooking fresh seafood so your meals maximize both nutrition and taste. This special monthly cooking class is focused on incorporating fresh ingredients designed for a healthy and well balanced diet. You're invited to join this ongoing adult cooking series - couples are welcome, too!

Due to the popularity of this class, space is limited and reservations are required. For reservations, please call 916-482-6111; for more information, please visit www.ardenhills.net/sports-fitness/nutrition/wellness-seminars/

Sutter Medical Center Earns National Accreditation

Sutter Medical Center Earns National Accreditation

The bariatric surgery program at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento has been accredited as a Level 1 facility under the Bariatric Surgery Center Network (BSCN) Accreditation Program of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). The accreditation demonstrates the surgery program’s commitment to delivering the highest quality care for its bariatric surgery patients.

To earn the accreditation, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento met the essential criteria to ensure its ability to support a bariatric surgical care program and the institutional performance requirements outlined by the BSCN Accreditation Standards. Accredited bariatric surgery programs provide both the hospital  resources necessary for optimal care of morbidly obese patients and the support and resources necessary to address the entire spectrum of care and needs of bariatric patients, both pre-and postoperatively.

Try Alternative Treatments For Improved Health

Try Alternative Treatments For Improved Health

Traditional healthcare normally takes priority over alternative treatments, but some alternatives may be worth considering.  One of them is aromatherapy, which makes use of essential oils and dry herbal / plant material to relieve stress, fatigue, cold and flu symptoms, and others.  Sacramento cosmetologist and aesthetician Laura DuPriest stated that "essential oils work physiologically, but they also work psychologically because people relate the smell to other experiences," adding that studies on its effectiveness are sparse.