We are thrilled to bring you the 9th edition of our Virtual Series. It’s our way to stay connected with you until we can welcome you back to beautiful Acqualina.
Join us for Fitness Friday with expert Veronika Lazutina as she leads a virtual high-intensity workout session. Learn more about gut health to help guide you on a path to optimal health. Through our partnership with Bedside Reading®, join author Deke Copenhaver on June 1 as he talks about creating change and the path to leadership. You can also download his book, the Changemaker.
Join Our Live Bedside Reading Event with Author Deke Copenhaver
What does it take to become a true leader? The author of the Changemaker: The Art of Building Better Leaders discusses how anyone can learn to become a transformative leader and spark a movement that others will rally around. It’s all about being unafraid of doing something different in the service of a good cause.
Monday, June 1, 2020 – 8:00pm
Click HERE to register for the author event or to download the book.
Ready For A High-intensity At-home Cardio Workout?
Join Veronika Lazutina on May 29, 2020 at 9:30am for Friday Morning Tabata, an online high-intensity interval workout in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Tabata exercising is ideal for those who want the maximum benefits of a cardio workout in the least amount of time. Benefits include: fat burning, protection of muscle tissue,convenience and flexibility and increase of anaerobic and aerobic capacities. Veronika will lead participants in this high-energy session of 20 seconds of hard training followed by 10 seconds of rest repeated 8 times.
Click HERE to register for the class. Let’s get energized!
Gut Health and Skin Connection
Gut health has been a topic that we have become more familiar with in the last couple of years due to recent research regarding the importance of a healthy gut microbiome for the immune system as well as the brain and gut communication.
But did you know that there is also a connection between your gut and skin health?
Gut health refers to the balance of microorganisms that live in the digestive tract. Looking after the health of the gut and maintaining the right balance of these microorganisms is vital for physical and mental health, immunity, and the health of your skin.
There are several ways we can support the microorganisms in our body, and a main factor is our eating habits.
Choose a healthy eating pattern including:
• a variety of vegetables from all the subgroups
• fruits, especially whole fruits
• grains, at least half of which are whole grains
• a variety of protein foods, including legumes, nuts, and seeds
• oils from plant sources
We can also support our gut through our skincare as our skin is our body’s largest organ and has an absorbency average of 70%. Our microbiome is like a fingerprint– individual to us – as it is determined by factors such as age, gender, diet and hygiene, as well as environmental factors such as climate and pollution. A well balanced, diverse and healthy skin microbiome helps protect the skin.