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12-02-2014 Addition by Subtraction
To do more, do less: Your blueprint for greater happiness

11-13-2014 Vitamin D and Breast Cancer
Researchers Advocate Attention to Vit D

10-27-2014 Rush Hour?
In the bedlam of each day, take time to take back time...your mind and body will thank you.

10-14-2014 Choose Optimism….It Feels Better!
Linda T. Gottlieb, MS, CPT, CET

09-30-2014 Assessing Your Healthy Weight
by Christian McEvoy, MPH


12/19/2014 TRX with Robyn Defonce

12/19/2014 CT Challenge Pilates
with Erica Mara

12/20/2014 Intermediate Indoor Cycling with Sara Beckert
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12/20/2014 Fit in 45 with Sara Beckert
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12/22/2014 Walking Group with David Tisdale
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