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Having good health and enough energy to get things that are important to you done each day.

o    Am I moving and exercising consistently?

o    Am I eating whole, nutritious foods in the right proportions for my body?

o    Am I adequately hydrated and getting sufficient sleep?

o    Am I staying on top of preventive health checkups?

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Get ready to lace up your hiking boots and embark on an unforgettable journey through the majestic Grand Canyon – all from the comfort of your own neighborhood! We're thrilled to announce the Grand Adventure Walking Challenge, and we want YOU to join us.

By participating, you'll not only prioritize your own health and well-being but also contribute to our collective goal of staying active and engaged as a district. Plus, there are some fantastic prizes up for grabs for top participants!

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to embark on a virtual adventure through one of nature's most breathtaking landscapes. Sign up today and let's make this journey one to remember!

Click here for challenge details!

The Power of Getting Outside: Embrace the Benefits of Physical Activity

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life, often neglecting our physical wellbeing in the process. However, there's a simple and effective way to improve both our physical and mental health: getting outside for walking and other forms of physical activity. Here are just a few of the many benefits of incorporating outdoor activity into your routine:
  • Improved Physical Health
  • Enhanced Mental Wellbeing
  • Increased Vitamin D Intake
  • Connection with Nature
  • Social Engagement
  • Increased Energy Levels
Incorporating outdoor activity into your daily routine doesn't have to be complicated or time-consuming. Even a short walk during your lunch break or a leisurely bike ride on the weekends can have significant benefits for your physical and mental well-being.
So, lace up your sneakers, step outside, and embrace the many benefits of getting active in the great outdoors. Your body and mind will thank you for it! 
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Summer Fitness Discounts

Megan's Yoga Tribe has UPGRADED your experience with their New Megan's Yoga Tribe App!

Megan's Yoga Tribe is thrilled to announce the launch of the Megan's Yoga Tribe app, designed to elevate and simplify your mindful movement experience like never before! With our new app, you can now seamlessly manage all aspects of your membership in one convenient place. 
Click here to see what you can look forward to with our new, user-friendly app.
 
Summer is here and Megan's Yoga Tribe has an exclusive offer just for teachers and staff!
60 days of unlimited classes; yoga, barre, pilates, zumba at BOTH our Lee's Summit studios for ONLY $99 (saves $80)

This offer is NOT available on our website or app it's only available in this email with this special link

Your 60 days will not start until your first visit
Sign up NOW and be ready to take care of yourself this Summer!

We offer 55+ weekly classes. Check out the schedules here.

Early detection is key!

Don't Miss the LSR7 Saint Luke's Mammogram Event!

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Staying physically active is important and supports so many aspects of your wellbeing including weight management, heart health, and stress reduction. This list of resources has something for everyone.

Opportunities

Workout Videos

Resources

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A proper diet is crucial to balanced wellbeing. Take advantage of these resources to learn how to establish and maintain healthy eating habits.

Hy-Vee Cooking Demo

Healthy Eating Resources

Nutrition Coaching Resources

Community Resources

Nutrition Fitness Apps

MyFitness Pal

MyNetDiary – Calorie tracker

Shopwell – Know Your Food

Yummly Recipes & Cooking Tools

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Staying on top of preventive health checkups can help to detect any health problems early, when they are more likely to be treatable and more manageable.
 

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