Posted by Trina Felber, RN, BSN, MSN, CRNA, CEO Primal Life Organics ·
Work your core, strengthen your muscles, improve your mind and body… but remember to create a variety of interests. Don’t get stuck in a yogi-rut. Experiment with Pilates and you will not only improve the integrity of your spine, but your yoga practice will improve too!
Today’s yoga session is actually a Pilates experience. If you are a yogi, it is very beneficial to alternate different types of yoga, or add a few pilates classes to your schedule. Stacey is the owner of Barre Pose Studio in Akron, Ohio and she describes the benefits of pilates and takes the staff of Primal Life Organics through a 15 minute class! Enjoy! This was an amazing class- so share this with your family and friends!
Purchasing make up online can feel a little... color confusing! Right?
That was one of my concerns when I decided to develop my make up line Primal colors. Would women be able to pick the right colors?? The answer is yes- most women intuitively know what shades they are looking for. I developed Primal Colors because I felt "heavy" with my make up on....
How Plane Earth Is The Best Way To Take Care Of Your Skin!
Trina Felber, Founder and Creator of Primal Life Organics, joins Ken for an awesome interview!
Primal Life Organics develops skincare products using ingredients our primal ancestors had available to them from nature. All of their products are developed keeping the paleo, gluten-free and vegan lifestyles in mind. Trina Felber, Paleo Skincare Expert is author of Beauty’s Dirty Secret and CEO of Primal Life Organics.
The winter dry air sucks the moisture right out of your skin… but I created a hydrating solution! Follow my 7 Steps To Hydrate Winter Skin and watch your complexion go from dull to vibrant in no time at all! Remember- dehydrated skin, from the inside and outside, accentuates aging. Think of it this way- a plum is well hydrated and plump! A prune is a water-poor, or dehydrated plum. Water-based skincare, artificial ingredients in both skincare and food, and winter temperatures all dehydrate your plum and make you look like a prune!