Health & Wellness

Escape the frigid winter temps and warm up at a hot yoga class. Traditional yoga performed at average room temperatures has been touted as enhancing flexibility, balance and strength. However, proponents of hot yoga note the added benefits of detoxification through sweat.

For many, a new year brings the desire to make improvements in our lives and well-being, whether by losing weight, making a career change or finding a significant other. However, making important life changes can feel daunting.

Edina High School graduate Emma Crosby had an incredible college freshman year. Not only did her snowboard team at Westminster College in Salt Lake City win the collegiate nationals, but Crosby won the women’s national championship and was also named an academic all-American.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Braemar Arena. In celebration, hockey enthusiasts and art lovers alike can help the city acquire a fitting sculpture for the arena. The sculpture, Slapshot, portrays a hockey player holding a stick and was created by local artist Judd Nelson.

Edina youth hockey player, Quinn Kirsch was only 8 years old when he passed away suddenly on January 7, 2013 from Myocarditis, a disease marked by inflammation of the heart muscle.

It’s new. It’s fun. It’s Dave & Buster’s at Southdale. The 41,500-square-foot entertainment venue is impressive, with a staff of 200, a sports bar atmosphere, games galore, and a full bar and kitchen.

Former Edina High School and University of Minnesota hockey stars Bruce Carlson and Skip Thomas have tirelessly collected and compile

Edina hockey is growing, says Susie Miller, general manager at Braemar Arena. The culture of playing hockey outdoors and braving the Minnesota weather is also popular again. Despite the bitter cold, Edina residents skate outdoors throughout winter at many of the city’s outdoor rinks.

Haute Flower Boutique owners Bridget Connell and Marsha Hunt suggest making outdoor arrangements festive by adding fresh evergreens, spruce tips and cedar. Give outdoor pots the holiday treatment by adding tree lights.

Corset Styling hosted a fall fashion show event with ticket proceeds benefiting the Emily Program.

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