Bhante Sathi has a mission: to share the benefits of meditation with the entire world. That’s what led the Buddhist monk to open the Chaska Mindfulness Center. “I wanted to create a neutral place, without cultural barriers,” he says.

When most people hear the word “hypnotism” they probably think of a high school assembly where they watched their classmates act silly on stage. Roberta Fernandez is hoping to change that perception.

Kim Lewis had thought about plastic surgery for years. She even Googled “breast reduction surgery” on WebMD looking for answers. “It’s not one of those things you talk about with your girlfriends over coffee,” she says.

When people walk or drive past Rae Ann Prasnicki’s former front yard in Victoria (she’s recently moved), she hopes they double back to take a second look. The garden has a new feature that will deliver an important punch. “I hope people stop and ask questions about rain gardens,” Prasnicki says.

We breathe 26,000 times per day. So why not create a scent in your home that elicits positive feelings and happy memories? We’ve found some local products to help you kick off your journey to aromatic bliss.

Tai Chi classes, fashion shows and trips to the North Shore. What may seem like a twenty-something’s weekend lineup is really what the Eden Prairie Senior Center is offering its visitors.

There is nothing worse than receiving news that your pet is ill and won’t recover. The hard reality smacked me in the face on August 20, 2012.

For dog owners, training your pet may seem like a daunting task. But learning obedience skills can actually be fun for both dogs and owners.

While no one wants to spend too much time thinking about worst-case scenarios, a little planning makes it easier to care for pets in an emergency, like a fire or natural disaster. Here are some important things you can do to set up your own Pet Disaster Plan.

Whether you’re training for a marathon or training for the Olympics—or just working out to stay fit—an injury can be debilitating and disappointing.