Tag Archives: Health

Metroparks Introduce Snowshoe Pop-Ups

Experience winter in the Metroparks in a whole new way! A new program, Snowshoe Pop-Ups, will occur on short notice, at any time of the month, at various locations. Those who register will go on a winter wonderland adventure wearing heavy-duty footwear to trudge through the snow. It’s a fun workout and a great excuse

Date Night at Total Self Defense of Toledo

Add some security to your love life at Total Self Defense of Toledo’s Couples Date Night: Learn to Fight Night. You and your love will have fun while learning various self-protection techniques and exercises. Some of the main techniques include situational awareness, pepper spray training, escaping from common holds, strikes, and home protection, among other

Eat Clean in 2019: Toledo Yoga Hosts ‘Whole30’ In January

It’s no secret, food intake and selection can lead to various health issues. Whether it’s energy level, aches, and pains, skin disorders, digestive trouble or other conditions that you can’t seem to escape, there can be a  constant struggle to maintain health and well-being. Laurie Schoonmaker, a nutrition coach and a yoga instructor at Toledo

Metroparks Add New Addition

Metroparks Toledo recently announced the opening of a new trail between Secor and Wiregrass Lake Metroparks. The Moseley Trail encourages you to welcome the season with a brisk hike, walk or run! Open until sundown. Secor Metropark, 10000 W. Central Ave. 419-407-9700 | metroparkstoledo.com | Free

Bird’s Eye View Circus’ Hammock Workshop—Sling: Twists and Twirls

If you’re experienced in the world of aerial arts and looking to enhance your skills, Bird’s Eye View Circus is offering a hammock workshop called Sling: Twist and Twirls with instructor Emily Lemieux. Required prerequisites are unassisted pullover, and inverts in the air. Students will delve into fluid movements, creative pathways and shapes while twisting

The Arthritis Foundation’s Annual Jingle Bell Run

Participate in this year’s holiday-themed 5K race at the Jingle Bell Run. Racers and their teams can enter the 5K run or one-mile walk to show off their holiday spirit. Runners are encouraged to deck out in holiday-themed costumes and apparel. Spread the cheer and awareness, as this race benefits The Arthritis Foundation, a nonprofit