In addition to being a pleasant diversion, soaking in hot springs can help the body to detoxify, relieve stress and relax tired muscles.
When the City of Kimberley officially opened the doors to the gorgeous state-of-the-art Conference and Athlete Training Centre at the base of Kimberley Alpine Resort, it was to a packed house.
The Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation House is the result of a community working together.
Maureen Uhrich and Henry Moscalenko were looking for a glorious setting to open Aries B&B and Wellness Resort; what better place than the Kootenays?
The Community First Health Co-op was incorporated by a team of Nelson citizens who wished to support local health care
Lucka Hegerova has opened Motion Yoga Center in Creston, B.C., and is already making a positive impact on the community.
Marion Mazzocchi has an impressive history in the health-care industry. She now owns Elemental Energies in Slocan Park.
At Wildflower Wellness in Revelstoke, B.C., owner Marissa Moore has developed an authentic Canadian spa.
Endless Harvest brings a healthy variety to Kootenay diets, with their organic market and home delivery service.
Teck and the Cancer Society have donated a very useful pelvic exam table to the Selkirk College nursing program.
A health recruiting program in Creston is overcoming the barriers associated with drawing doctors to rural locations.
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