Health & Wellness

A graphic showing ways to support your community during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

As concerns about COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, spread across the globe, community members right here in City Lakes are stepping up.

Walk along this unassuming retail strip, and you’ll seee a small sign that says, “Holistic baseball training.” Here, St.

Linda and Charlie Solender brought St. Louis Park Magazine with them on a hike in the Galapagos Islands.

In 1966, a physical education teacher from Helsinki, Leena Jääskeläinen, incorporated “walking with ski poles” into her curriculum for its upper-body benefits. The trend caught on, and now citizens of St. Louis Park can try it out for themselves

Community members gathered in February to celebrate the best people, places and businesses in St. Louis Park. Winners in our annual readers’ choice survey received their awards.

St. Louis Park neighbors gathered in January at Oak Hill Park for Winter Fun Day.

Function Massage and Acupuncture isn’t your typical quick-fix relaxation spa. Owner Andy Raak and his team pride themselves on holistic care for clients’ aches and pains.

Krista Roeller didn’t let a little damp weather deter her from a hike at Peru’s Machu Picchu—with a trusty copy of St. Louis Park Magazine in tow.

Looking for an inexpensive, social and versatile way to stay in shape this spring? Pickleball fits the bill.

St. Louis Park-based Youth Frontiers held its annual Ethical Leadership Luncheon, with keynote speaker David MacLennan of Cargill, in December in Minneapolis.

If your kiddos—or you—are getting a little sick of pizza parties and bouncy castles, consider a birthday alternative.