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A group of people stand behind an Asian-presenting woman.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Learn what you can do to support, uplift, and celebrate the contributions of the AAPI community every day.
A mom with her baby speaking to a Life Time team member in the Kids Academy.
By Life Time Editorial Team
Meet three women who use their memberships for both family-fun and much-deserved me-time.
A woman smiling while sitting on the couch in a Life Time Living apartment.
By Molly Schelper
How residing in a community designed with your health in mind can support your well-being.
A mother and her young child smiling while cuddling.
By Life Time Editorial Team
Whether together or apart this Mother’s Day, show the moms in your life — or any woman you admire — some love with these gifts and experiences.
a display of food in a round serving tray
By Maddie Augustin
Make this healthy, homemade breakfast spread as a Mother’s Day surprise — or anytime you want to treat someone you love.
two women mediate on a dock
By Jessie Sholl
One of the first steps? Realizing that conflict is normal.
Several women are peacefully protesting with signs.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Our managing editor talks about how activism has helped — and challenged — her mental health.
Two birds over a couple of orange halves.
By Craig Cox
Like many empty nesters, I often wonder what role I should be playing in my adult children’s lives. An unexpected visit from our daughter after months of silence provided some clarity.
a dog looks forlornly out a window
By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
Here's how to maintain social connections — even amid a pandemic.
two men carry a large log on a beach
By Jessie Sholl
Friendship matters. Here's why our pals are critical to our health — and how to maintain meaningful connections with those we love.
office space with person talking and leading group
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Learn to say no — plus two more ways to communicate more directly.
Head shot of Latham Thomas
By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
How this wellness advocate, birth coach, and yogi is bringing wellness to marginalized communities.
Headshot of Lauren Ash
By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
How this wellness advocate and founder of Black Girl in OM is bringing wellness to marginalized communities.
Headshot of Resmaa Menakem
By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
How this therapist, trauma specialist, and author of My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Path to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies is bringing wellness — and healing — to marginalized communities.
A young girl and boy playing basketball.
By Diana Smigielski
Basketball doesn’t always have to be a game of five-on-five. Try these alternative ideas for fun and some friendly competition.
composition of Angela Windberg
By Angela Windberg
How one woman found purpose in the fitness industry — and found acceptance — after coming out as bisexual in her Puerto Rican-Mexican-American Catholic family.
A compilation of activity images, including a kid in the pool, child playing tennis, adults in a fitness class, and a shake.
By Molly Schelper
Your family’s summer entertainment is covered with these ideas for healthy play that can all be done at your health club.
Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
They may be young, but our kids have a lot to teach us when we slow down and listen.
a group of people set on a bench with holding thought bubbles
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
How knowing these four different communication styles can improve your relationships.
composite of wellness inclusion advocates
By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
The world of yoga, meditation, and other wellness practices has not always felt welcoming to those who are marginalized. Meet eight visionary teachers and healers who are changing that reality.
David Pettrone Swalve and Lindsay Frey Palmquist

“When we start conversations — uncomfortable, courageous conversations — that’s what leads to change.” Join us for this talk about inclusion, diversity, having real conversations, and the work we can do to better ourselves and our communities.

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