Tag: Get Movin’

Aug 25

Text Neck Syndrome

Jun 16

Join Team St. Vrain at the Sunrise Stampede

May 30

Sunrise Stampede Registration Information & Discount for SVVSD Staff

Apr 06

11 Healthy Hobbies You Can Start Today

Practicing a lifestyle of holistic wellness includes more than eating right and working out. It also includes making time for yourself and doing things you love. Spending your down time on your favorite hobbies benefits your overall wellbeing in many ways. According to a 2015 study, engaging in leisure activities was defined as “self-selected, self-rewarding …

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Apr 05

Don’t Miss St Vrain’s Happy Smackah!!!

This year’s Happy Smackah Fun Run or Walk will be benefiting Longmont High School’s Braden Stevenson. Read Braden’s story and sign up for the race here!

Apr 03

Take a Walk, It’s National Walking Day!

Apr 03

5 Simple Tips for Workplace Wellness

Feb 27

8 Ways to Rise Above the Chaos in Your Workplace

We’ve all been there. Things at work can get stressful. The stress escalates those situations until things start to feel out of control and you’re slowly losing your grip. Those situations can continue to heighten your stress levels—and we all know how harmful that can be for your mental and physical health. It can even …

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Feb 20

This, Not That! 10 Healthy Swaps to Make at Work

It’s true what we say—everyone is healthy. Every single person has some healthy habits in his or her life. Because even the smallest healthy choices count towards a healthy lifestyle. It’s important to recognize the importance of not only starting small, but making small changes throughout the journey towards better health. Small healthy changes add …

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Feb 13

Happy Heart Health Month!

During the month of February, individuals see the heart as the symbol for love. February is also American Heart Month, a time to show yourself some love. Cardiovascular disease (CVD)—which includes heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure—is the #1 killer of men and women in the U.S.! It is also the leading cause of …

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