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The Month of Dr. Ellen!

This month is all about honoring our brave, fearless OG MamaBear and MINDSET founder, Dr. Ellen Hector!

This week the staff have taken over the newsletter and all the workouts to show this woman all the love we have for her!

This Week’s Info

  • Theme: LOVE YOURSELF & ELLEN!
  • Mobility Focus: Global
  • Stability Goals: Global
  • Skill Work: Love yourself!
  • Mindset: How can WE (staff) help?

WOD Programming Schedule

  • Monday: Team Strength
  • Tuesday: MetCon
  • Wednesday: Pliability
  • Thursday: Strength
  • Friday: MetCon
  • Saturday: Strength

Announcements

Summer Courses are OPEN!  Register yourself or your loved ones ASAP!  Spots are filling up!

Deep Self & Nutrition Coaching Now Available!

  • HERE is more information about this amazing program!
  • Please contact Amanda (amanda@mindsetpt.com) if you are interested in upgrading your plan to include nutritional coaching!

Concert in the Corners!

  • Mark your calendars for July 9th! Your Mindset Team will be participating in this Texas Corners event! Come and have fun with us and listen to some fun tunes to celebrate the summer!

Policy Reminder

There have been some questions regarding our class cancellation policy.

Here’s a reminder of what is in our membership agreement — please let Amanda know if you have any questions!Late Cancellation / No Show PolicyIn consideration to your fellow members and to assist with your accountability, there will be a $15 charge for any no-shows or late cancellations.

Late cancellations are defined as within 8 hours of your class start time. You can cancel a class you have booked via the MindsetPT app, our web portal, or by contacting our office via phone. If you leave a cancellation message before the 8-hour window, it will not be considered a late cancellation.

This will allow other members from the waitlist sufficient time to be notified of their placement into the class.

Health Tip

We asked Dr. Ellen what her #1 health tip is…

She said, “Every day, find some way to choose yourself. It is not selfish to prioritize your own well-being, and with everything coming at us these days it is vital to make sure we set aside time to take care of ourselves. Sometimes all we can fit in is a few deep, mindful breaths before moving on to the next thing, but even those few breaths have incredible value.”

Functional Medicine Corner

Last week we discussed EPA, DHA and ALA as our foundational Omega 3 fats, and how they work in the body to support every cell’s structure as well as decrease inflammation, lessen clotting concerns and provide benefits to the neurologic system.

Since these fats are such important building blocks for our body, everyone benefits from focusing on including them in their regular diet.

However, certain conditions are provided specific benefits from increased consumption. Let’s touch on a few.

Cardiovascular Health
Research shows that increased ingestion of omega-3s is linked to a decreased incidence of cardiovascular events, especially in those with increased risk such as patients with diabetes and high cholesterol.  And increased omega-3 intake also lowers triglycerides and helps raise “good” HDL cholesterol!

Cancer Prevention
There are several observational studies that link lower rates of breast and colon cancer with increased ingestion of omega-3 fats.  This is believed to be at least partly due to the anti-inflammatory effects of these nutrients.

Ocular Health
Omega-3 ingestion can decrease progression of macular degeneration, in addition to decreasing severity of dry eyes.  It also supports development of eyes in infants.

Arthritis
Patients with rheumatoid arthritis who supplement with omega-3 have decreased morning stiffness and joint pain compared to those taking placebo.  This is likely due to omega-3’s powerful anti-inflammatory affect, which can also provide benefits to those with osteoarthritis.

Brain health
Although studies show omega-3 can’t be a stand-alone treatment, there are mild to moderate benefits to depressive symptoms.  Also, the addition of omega-3 supplementation can help improve recovery after concussion.  ADHD symptoms have also been shown to improve in some patients who focus on increasing omega-3 intake.How can we safely increase our intake of these valuable fats?  We’ll discuss that next week!

~ Carrie Palmer PA-C, IFMCP

Please feel free to reach out to Carrie directly with additional questions at 269-224-1659!

Member of the Month – May

It is a new month which means it is time to highlight yet another one of our incredible members. This month of May, we are spotlighting the amazing Michelle Bosch!

She packs quite the power and she can curl those dumbbells with the best of ’em! We are so happy to have your energy and smile in our classes and we would miss morning workouts without you.

We love you more than you know Michelle!