Looking to bolster your fitness and bring focus to your nutrition and/or mindfulness practice? We’re excited to partner with Megan Barnett, owner of Pep Wellness, for her 10|20|30 nutrition, mindfulness and exercise program. The program is an overall mind-body reboot with both 30 day and 90 day options.
Join us May 1 at Zoom+Performance for a free class! Jeremy will be presenting a full-body workout and sharing everything you need to know about strength training without a gym. You’ll learn simple, easy to implement exercises to do at home or while traveling, along with all the cues and coaching techniques to perform the exercises safely. Come sweat with us on a Sunday morning—parking in the Pearl District is free until 1pm!
Recent research has shown that the same activities that are essential for reducing stress and keeping us healthy are also the keys to having more energy and becoming more creative, productive and efficient. Presenter Al Lee will provide simple, powerful techniques you can start using immediately to create a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle and perform consistently at a higher level.
Are you getting enough good sleep? You know that sleep is critical to health, healing and being your best self, but how do you know if you’re getting the right kind in the right amounts? Dr. Bill Bowerfind from The Oregon Clinic will discuss the powers of good sleep and the factors that influence it. What are the real effects of alcohol, caffeine and electronics? Are the new sleep tracker apps accurate? How can you set the stage every night for optimal rest and recovery?
Back by popular demand and with a new topic, Roland Carfagno, owner of Justa Pasta, will bring us his take on simple soups and salads for the winter months. Easy to prepare for a meal at night or for lunches all week, these dishes are fresh and full of nutritional value. With more than 20 years of success in the restaurant industry, Roland will share his tips on how to use fresh local, seasonal ingredients.
High intensity interval training is a great way to build lean muscle mass, drop fat weight and increase cardiovascular capacity. It’s also fantastic for trading limited workout time for maximum results and keeping the incidence of repetitive movement injuries low (it’s even better than sports like running or swimming!).