Enjoy these core strengthening, resistance training, yoga breathing, full body moves that increase your strength, balance, agility and flexibility. Here is 21 days of Moving to Wellness! I want to encourage you to move everyday. Whether that is taking a walk, climbing the stairs instead of using the escalator, taking a 5 minute dance break…

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  Hands and forearms see a lot of use as working photographers. The hands and forearms get a workout every time you go on a shoot and they can get aggravated on a daily basis when you are editing a shoot on your computer or just working on your business. The hands have a large amount of…

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FULL DAY WORKSHOP FOCUSING ON THE THREE KEY ASPECTS OF A SUCCESSFUL PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS: BRAND How to curate your portfolio to attract your ideal client with Kristi Drago-Price of Editor’s Edge. BUSINESS How to determine what prices and products will serve your business and workflow better with Anne Ruthmann of PhotoLovecat & SmarterBusinessWorkshop. WELL-BEING How…

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According to, Lena Stevens, a well known shamanic teacher who follows many ancient traditions, May is about new alignment. Spring is a time for rebirth, throwing out things that do not serve you, realigning your priorities, realigning your path to allow for rebirth. Fitting that The Healthy Photographer, started May with articles about realigning your…

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Being a photographer means long hours of standing, walking, rushing to shoots and holding static postures while carrying heavy equipment.  Being a photographer also requires you to sit in front of a computer editing your work for long hours. Unfortunately, photographers cannot always be like the character played by Sean Penn in “The Secret Life…

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Davina Fear and I know each other from way back, I believe 2005 was when we first met. For this interview, Davina and I chatted about how photographers and other event people can find more balance in their life and their business. Davina is a Business Coach for creative women who want to be more fearless…

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Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. It energizes your body, gets your digestion moving and prepares you for the day. If you are heading out to a wedding or long shoot it could be awhile before you have a chance to eat another meal, so making sure your body has…

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With all the gear photographers and videographers carry, they become lopsided, tight and compensate with the wrong muscles which can cause injury. This video lets us know how to become more aware of the entire shoulder complex, the big muscles and the small muscles. Plus there are exercises to activate and strengthen them so photographers and videographers can stay…

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We joined Andrea Moss of Moss Wellness in her kitchen to discuss snacks that you can grab and go. As photographers and event industry people, we are constantly running around, whether it is a wedding or a long day of shooting or meeting with clients. Throw in a food allergy or two and you could…

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I had the pleasure of sitting down with friend, colleague and dance partner in crime, Casey Fatchett of Casey Fatchett Photography. Casey is a talented wedding photographer here in New York City and last year, he took it upon himself to get healthy. Family health history, his constant aches and pains, sore feet, bad back…

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