Chelsey Luger & Thosh Collins
10/14/15
To be Well For Culture means to eat ancestral foods — foods that our ancestors have been eating for hundreds of generations and that continue to remain central to our indigenous cu...
Joseph Hamilton
10/5/15

I enjoy a piece of warm frybread as much as anyone.

But I know that this supposedly “traditional” food was first made from U.S. Government commodity lard and flour, and that it’s unhealthy....

Chelsey Luger
10/4/15
You don’t have to be the most limber person in the world to try a yoga pose. In fact, yoga can be modified to suit those with very limited mobility or muscular conditioning...
Chelsey Luger
9/10/15
To be “Well For Culture” means to maintain a healthy body and mind so that you can contribute to the wellbeing of your family, the future of our nations, and the sustainability of ...
Carly McIntosh
8/13/15

Just being taught of the Aboriginal Medicine Wheel, I can definitely say that my medicine wheel is not perfect. Being shown a circle cut into four equal elements standing for Spiritual, Emotional, Physical, and Mental....

Chelsey Luger
6/16/15
The weather is warm, the fruits are ripe, and summer is pretty much here. We all love looking and feeling our best in the warmer months...
Chelsey Luger
6/1/15
About a year ago, my friend Thosh and I were hanging out in New York City, where I lived at the time and where he was visiting friends...
Chelsey Luger
5/22/15
Flexibility is a key component to any functional fitness routine. No matter what type of workout you do, it is important to stretch. Having limber limbs feels good and looks cool...
Chelsey Luger
5/15/15
Sometimes, it’s the little things that make all the difference. The wellness journey is all about consistency...
Chelsey Luger
4/2/15
Now that it’s finally warm enough to be outside (even up North), you should definitely take your workout outside with you...

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