Enrollment is now open for our 10th Annual Biggest Winner Competition!
During the Competition you will be competing for weekly prizes, a team prize and the GRAND PRIZE of Synergie Body Sculpting Package valued at $899!
The Challenge begins April 20th!
Spaces fill up fast so call today to reserve your spot on the winning team! The best news is when you join the Challenge, you will get your first 8 weeks of the new well program FREE!
Join us on Friday December 9th for a night of carnival style fun and games!
Be a judge in our Chili Cook-Off or enter your favorite recipe to win the title of the new well‘s best chili!
Enjoy mini Spa Treatments, experience the bareMinerals 2016 Holiday Collection, win prizes, spa services, and earn special discounts!
Limited Space Available. Membership not required.
Call (541) 772-2224 to reserve your ticket for only $20 and you will receive an exclusive gift bag with over $50 in products!
Forget the haunted house — the spookiest part of Halloween is the candy.
Don’t be scared; be prepared!
- Don’t buy candy until October 31st! This will prevent temptations throughout the month.
- Eat a healthy and complete meal before heading out with the kids to trick or treat.
- What do we (and our kids) love more than candy – Money! This year, trade your Halloween candy for money! Click here to find a place near you!
- When you do buy candy to hand out, buy candy you don’t like!
- Resist the after-sales! A 5 lb. bag of candy on sale is still a 5 lb. bag of candy!
- Enjoy a cup of Sugar-free Hot Apple Cider or Cocoa!
- Get some exercise by making this Halloween a fun family physical activity event. Set a goal of how many houses or streets you’ll visit!
- Here’s a healthy recipe for the whole family, what’s your favorite?
We are proud to be, not only sponsoring – but participating, in Southern Oregon Goodwill’s 2016 Running Dead 5k!
Registration is included in the new well‘s exclusive Back to School Boot Camp!
The Running Dead 5K is a charity event to benefit Goodwill’s job training programs in the Southern Oregon region including Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lake counties and Siskiyou county in CA.
It’s NOT a timed event, but an experience set to begin at dusk. Zombies can be a bit scary so this is a 12 and over event. It is a non-violent, just-for-fun race. The only grabbing on the course will be for flags — for safety reasons no strollers, bikes, skateboards, or other wheeled equipment is permitted for runners.
The 5K course will culminate with the Apocalypse Party for runners, their supporters and general public at Common Block Brewing Company. The party features music, contests, prizes, food, beverage, vendor, games and contests.
How It Works
If you register as a human, your ultimate goal is to cross the finish line with at least one “life” remaining — you start with a belt with three flags. Humans who survive with one flag will be quarantined and will vie for King of the Survivors. If you sign on as a running zombie, your aim is to collect as many lives (flags) as you can for the purpose of becoming King of the Zombies at the after-party, the Apocalypse Party at Common Block Brewing Company.
It’s an event like no other in Southern Oregon.
Check out our Boot Camp to go from Couch to 5k just in time for October 22!
Strawberries are not only juicy, beautiful and delicious, they offer a wide range of health benefits. Here are some great reasons to add strawberries to your diet:
Immunity Booster– Strawberries are a great source of vitamin C. One serving of strawberries contain 51.5 mg. Vitamin C is a well-known immunity booster as well as a powerful, fast working antioxidant.
Promote Eye Health– The antioxidant properties in strawberries may also help to prevent cataracts, which can lead to blindness in older age. The vitamin C also protects eyes from exposure to free radicals caused from the suns UV rays.
Cancer Prevention– Along with vitamin C, strawberries contain the antioxidants, lutein, and zeathancins. These antioxidants are scavengers to free-radicals and neutralize the potentially negative effect they can have on our cells. Keep Wrinkles at Bay– The vitamin C found in strawberries is vital to the production of collagen which helps to improve skins elasticity and resilience.
Fight Heart Disease– Strawberries contain powerful heart health boosters called ellagic acid and flavonoids – or phytochemicals that benefit heart health in various ways including lowering LDL (bad cholesterol) and also providing an anti-inflammatory effect.
Boost fiber– Strawberries contain about 2 grams of fiber per serving, helping to promote colon health.
Aid in Weight Management– Strawberries are low in calories at only around 28 calories per half cup serving.
- 1T each, sugar and water
- 2 T each red wine vinegar & extra virgin olive oil
- 1/8 t each salt and pepper
- 4 C each torn romaine lettuce and arugula
- 2 C quartered strawberries
- 1/3 C vertically sliced red onions
- 12 ounces cooked shredded chicken breast
- 2 T unsalted cashews
- 1/2 C (2 oz) low-fat bleu cheese crumbles
- To prepare dressing, combine first 5 ingredients in a small bowl.
Gradually drizzle in oil, stirring constantly with a whisk.
- To prepare salad, combine romaine and next 4 ingredients (through
chicken) in a bowl; toss gently. Place about 2 cups chicken mixture on
each of 4 plates. Top each serving with 1 1/2 teaspoons cashews and
1/2 oz cheese. Drizzle about 1 Tablespoon of dressing. Makes 4 servings.
Counts as: 1 vegetable, 1 fruit, 1/2 protein, 1/2 fat, 1/2 dairy 1 condiment
- Strawberry Wellbar
- Plan serving Greek Yogurt (Strawberry or Vanilla)
- 1 Cup Sliced Strawberries
- 1 Tbsp. Light Whipped Topping
- Crumble Strawberry Wellbar into bowl
- Mix with Greek Yogurt
- Stir in Sliced Strawberries
- Top with Light Whipped Cream
Counts as: 1 Wellbar, 1 Fruit, 1 Dairy, 1 Condiment
Healthy camping – sound too good to be true?
If you have changed the way you eat, exercise, and live; then visions of being trapped in the woods for a couple nights with potato chips, hot dogs, and s’mores are probably the daunting visions that resonate in your mind whenever “going camping” is mentioned. To keep your camping experience healthy, here are some simple tips:
Make a menu before you go. Concentrate on what you’ll be making for breakfast and dinner (the meals that the family will be most likely be eating together). Try to make the meals fun and involve everyone!
Below are some recipes that you might want to consider!
Stay active. Search for areas with plenty to do like hiking trails and games. If possible, bring your bikes!
Make sure you have plenty of fresh drinking water. If you’ll be staying at a site that doesn’t have full hookups, you may want to consider bringing your own water – and drink plenty of it! Staying hydrated is vital to your health, especially if the weather is hot!
Don’t forget the sunscreen and bug repellent! Even the best of trips can quickly turn into nightmares with the pain of a sunburn or the attack of hungry mosquitoes!
With just a little planning, camping can be a time to reflect on nature, get back to the basics of life and rediscover the things that are really important.
- Weekly nutrition and menu planning classes
- Personalized eating plan
- One-on-one counseling
- Easy and effective exercise circuit
- Soothing relaxation treatments
- Synergie massage
- Weight loss supplement package
- 10-day Detox system
- Exercise classes and plans
- Weekly educational classes
- Before and after body composition analysis
- No contract necessary
Every class attendee will be entered to win 1/2 off!
Medford – Thursday, September 8 at 6pm
Limited Space. RSVP 541-772-2224!
Get the flyer here: medford-boot-camp-flyer
New to This Year’s Boot Camp:
Registration in S.O. Goodwill’s Running Dead 5k!
2015 Boot Camp Stories/Experiences
“Boot Camp has encouraged me to step outside my comfort zone to exercise. I drive by Table Rock twice a day and have now made it to the top. The first hike I had to stop quite often just to breath. My new goal is to make it to the top with no stops. Each trip has been easier. My strength, stamina and breathing has improved markedly. We all started out as strangers and have become friends. The team captains are supportive and encouraging. At 60+ I even went to a P90X class after Hiking Roxy Anne in the snow. Sure beats sitting home watching TV!”
“Boot Camp has refocused my weight loss journey. I was least excited about the detox but it turned out to be my FAVORITE thing. I really enjoyed the structure of the 10 days. The biggest thing I learned was that I CAN resist the temptations. I am not where I want to be, but with the support of the Wellness Consultants, I will get there. Thank you for all your support and exposing me to all the different opportunities (mostly the detox!)”
“My experience with the new well has been a wonderful journey. I’m 75 years old and absolutely do not feel like it! I have more energy, I’ve lost weight, I have more self-esteem and I’ve become so strong! It is not just physically, but also mentally. The staff has been encouraging the whole way. I love the staff; they make me feel so welcome. I am able to do things I haven’t been able to do for a long time. Age doesn’t matter, weight doesn’t matter. The staff is there for you.”
“Boot Camp was just what I needed to push and challenge me to be able to stick to a lifestyle change which was something I really needed after years of yo-yo dieting. I came within 3 pounds of my goal, only to gain most of it back over the past year. I have lost almost all of what I gained back and feel better mentally and physically than I have in years. While the program can be a bit intimidating at first, the staff and other members are so supportive and help get you through those tough days! I highly recommend Boot Camp to anyone who is struggling with their weight or feels stuck in a rut!”
“What a wonderful program this is! I am having so much fun. I did this to help myself be a better me. It has boosted my self-confidence by completing hikes and exercises I had never done before. The classes were terrific and I learned a lot. The Detox program had me a little worried, but I realized I didn’t need to be. I learned that I like other foods and by the end of it I felt great! The support is amazing and I would do it again. I’ve lost weight and some inches but what I gained is more important: Confidence, strength and friends! Thank you for the amazing experience!”
Why is it that we feel that eating out can be one of our greatest pleasures, unless we are trying to eat healthy?
Restaurants are businesses and want customers to be satisfied and come back again and again. As consumers, we want to feel like we are getting our money’s worth so portions are typically very large! Meals are often full of hidden salt as well as calories from fat and sugar.
A recent study of meals from ten restaurant chains found calorie counts averaging eighteen percent higher than the values listed by the restaurants.
Use the following guidelines when choosing where and how you want to eat, when dining out:
1. Choose a restaurant in which you know there will be healthy options! Research the restaurants in your are and seek those offering fresh and well-prepared fare. There are many chefs whom use herbs and spices as well as gourmet cooking techniques to create flavorful dishes instead of relying on high-fat and high-sodium ingredients.
2. Find a place that has reasonable portions. If a restaurant is famous for huge portions, it may be tricky to order anything in a sensible size. Ordering à la carte or having a half portion is a great strategy to creating your best meals option.
3. Ask the server to skip the breadbasket, tortilla chips, or appetizer. These items definitely add to weight gain. If you’re with a group, pass the basket around then ask for it to be taken off the table. Enjoy a glass of freshly – brewed iced tea and focus on having a great conversation with your dining companions!
Here are some more healthy tips – while you’re dining out:
- Select foods that are cooked healthfully such as proteins and vegetables that are grilled or steamed.
- Ask your server to substitute the starch for double veggies, a salad, or fruit.
- Request a to-go box at the beginning of your meal and set aside a portion of your food for a later time.
- Try not to “save up calories” before going out to eat. Have a light snack beforehand.