Nordic Pole Walking: Walk Outside the Box

The low-impact, often low-intensity exercise of walking has long proved to be beneficial for those who wish to lose weight with less wear and tear on their joints. Walking allows for socializing and often serves as a great alternative to driving. Lucky for us, in recent years a new and even more beneficial form of walking has been popularized.

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Go For A Glide

Summer is here. The sun is shining and the blue ocean is sparkling, inviting you to come out and enjoy the outdoors. The beautiful beaches of Santa Barbara are attractive for anyone looking to enjoy some time in the sun. Beach-goers looking for an adventure can choose from a range of activities such as surfing, scuba diving, and sailing. To truly take advantage of the warm sunny days and enjoy the marvels of the ocean and the neighboring Channel Islands, why not toss aside your worn out running shoes and don your bathing suit and break out the paddle instead?

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Setting Up for Success: Why These Longtime Friends are Heading Towards the Top of the AV

If you’ve ever spent an afternoon at East Beach, you’ve probably noticed the abundance of volleyball lessons, group classes, and pick-up games. Whether it’s a team of athletes perfecting their form or a group of students playing after summer school, it’s undeniable that that volleyball has taken over the shores of Santa Barbara. But what you may not know is that amidst the everyday crowds that surround the courts of East Beach are a couple of young men

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Nikki Doner-Sherwood

Nikki Doner-Sherwood is the director of the new Community Centered Oriental Medicine, opening on State Street on January 7, 2008. The Community Centered Oriental Medicine offers the benefits of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine affordable and available to everyone in the Santa Barbara Community.

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