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Motivational Monday: Autumn: The Harvest and Letting Go

Fall is here and the season is changing. We’re harvesting everything from the spring and summer. With this transitioning seasons, our lungs and large intestine are susceptible to illness. Dr. Greenapple addresses this and shares some simple QiGong tips you can do on your own!

Thriver Spotlight: Dia Steiger

Thriver Spotlight: Dia Steiger

Dia Steiger began teaching yoga in 2008 and has had the pleasure of introducing yoga to individuals from various walks of life. From those who choose to practice in a south Charlotte studio to our homeless neighbors who struggle with addiction, she has witnessed the power of this practice that folds movement into stillness.  Get […]

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Monday Motivation: Mental Health

Millions of Americans suffer from Mental Health issues, but only a fraction are diagnosed. Get to know the signs and tips to prevent it in this week’s Monday Motivation.

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Greek Village Salad

Greek Village Salad

This traditional Greek Village Salad consists of refreshing ingredients like cucumbers, tomatoes, and feta. It’s a perfect side dish or can be prepared as a main-dish and topped with grilled chicken or fish. Salad Ingredients: 2 red tomatoes, cut into wedges 2 cucumbers, sliced thickly and halved 4 green onions, chopped ¼ lb feta cut […]

Monday Motivation: How to Prepare a Mango

Do you love the flavor of Mango but have trouble pinpointing when it’s ripe or how to cut one up so that you get the most fruit? Join Dr. Fletcher as she shares PRO tips on how to prepare a mango.    

Tuna with Fresh Mango and Red Pepper Salsa

Tuna with Fresh Mango and Red Pepper Salsa

Looking for a great, healthy recipe that will surprise your guests while you’re not hammering away in the kitchen. Then check out this Tuna with Fresh Mango and Red Pepper Salsa recipe. It will impress at your next dinner! Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 1 large peeled, chopped mango (use Champagne variety if available) 1 medium […]

Toxins and Fish: Safe Food Guidelines

Toxins and Fish: Safe Food Guidelines

Fish and Toxins: Safe Food Guidelines One of the healthiest food choices we can make is to eat fish. Besides a source of low-fat and high-quality protein, it is a rich source of vital nutrients such as vitamin D—a nutrient that many people are deficient in.  Fish is also rich in calcium and phosphorus, as […]

The Benefits of Medicinal Mushrooms (Not Those Kind)

Medicinal Mushrooms At Thrive, we are always trying to motivate our clients to get in the kitchen and cook. Cooking at home is the best way to control your diet and optimize the ingredients that enter your body. As more nutritional data is released, there is clear support for the medicinal benefits of food. Nutritional […]

Greek Feta and Red Pepper Dip

Greek Feta and Red Pepper Dip

This savory dip is a sophisticated appetizer for serving to guests but can also be used a simple salad-topper!   Ingredients: Roasted red pepper 6 oz feta cheese Juice from ½ lemon 1 t fresh oregano 1/2t hot sauce Extra Virgin olive oil Directions: Roast red pepper. Once blackened put in a bowl. Cover tightly […]

Why You Might Want to Give Kundalini Yoga a Try

Why You Might Want to Give Kundalini Yoga a Try

Why You Might Want to Give Kundalini Yoga a Try Kundalini yoga is considered one of the most comprehensive of yoga practice combining meditation, mantra, physical exercise and breathing into one practice. Kundalini is also one of the oldest forms of yoga practice – in fact, it dates to 1000 BC. This ancient practice was […]