At West Metro Hypnosis, owner and certified professional hypnotist Kelli von Heydekampf helps clients create change and achieve success by guiding them to a heightened state of awareness. Before guiding clients to this hypnotic state, von Heydekampf determines each client’s specific needs.

I’m Alive: Courage, Hope and a Miracle is the story of Edina resident and former high school hockey star Duke Pieper, who, at 15, reached both the heights and depths of his young life.

Welcyon, a fitness program franchise for the 50-plus crowd, claims it can help baby boomers double their strength in a year.

Escape the frigid winter temps and warm up at a hot yoga class. Traditional yoga performed at average room temperatures has been touted as enhancing flexibility, balance and strength. However, proponents of hot yoga note the added benefits of detoxification through sweat.

For many, a new year brings the desire to make improvements in our lives and well-being, whether by losing weight, making a career change or finding a significant other. However, making important life changes can feel daunting.

Edina youth hockey player, Quinn Kirsch was only 8 years old when he passed away suddenly on January 7, 2013 from Myocarditis, a disease marked by inflammation of the heart muscle.

Does your neck hurt before you even get out of bed in the morning? Does your low back ache after a day of wearing sky-high heels? Dr.

Yoga instructor Beth Shaw was on a bike ride in southern California when she had the idea to create YogaFit, a studio with traditional warm-up and cool-down workouts, which offers “real yoga for real people,” she says.

Celebrating its 16th year, the Teal Strides for Ovarian Cancer race raises money that goes directly to ovarian cancer research funding, support and programming.

Jon Kattke, a financial planner at Tradition Wealth Management, has plenty of experience helping baby boomers manage their finances. Here’s what he recommends: