North Lake Tahoe just received its first major snowstorm–the best way to welcome December in our opinion. All signs are point to a white holiday season here in North Lake Tahoe, and what better place to spend the holiday season than at Granlibakken’s winter wonderland?

Holiday Festivities at Granlibakken Tahoe

Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade:

The Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade at Granlibakken Tahoe is an annual tradition. Follow the turns of generations of skiers after closing, carrying your own torch. This nod to Granlibakken’s Olympic history ends with a visit and gifts with Santa, snacks, and hot drinks in Granlibakken’s historic warming hut. 

The Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade is free and open to the public.

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Christmas Day Festivities

Let Granlibakken do the work so that you can enjoy a relaxing holiday surrounded by loved ones. Granlibakken’s Christmas Dinner Buffet comes with all of the fixings and a carving table. The buffet is accompanied by a full bar and a gingerbread house competition. 

Christmas Dinner is included for all lodging guests, and is available to non-lodging guests for an additional fee. 

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New Year’s Eve Party

Ring in 2019 in style at Granlibakken Tahoe. The New Year’s Eve Party starts with a buffet dinner, followed by drinks, dancing with a live DJ, and a full bar. A balloon drop and complimentary champagne toast at midnight tops off the evening. Kid-friendly activities and a movie night are available as alternate activities.

New Year’s Eve Festivities are included for all lodging guests, and is available to non-lodging guests for an additional fee. 

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Onsite Activities

There are plenty of activities onsite at Granlibakken guaranteed to make your holiday season merry and bright. All of these activities can be enjoyed by the public all winter season, some fees apply.

Ski & Snowboard Hill

Granlibakken Tahoe’s Ski and Snowboard Hill is great for beginner and intermediate skiers. The historic slopes have been used for winter activities since 1922, and generations of skiers have fond memories of learning to ski at Granlibakken Tahoe.

Granlibakken keeps that tradition alive with affordable lift prices, affordable rentals, and affordable lesson options for skiers and snowboarders. The intimate hill is perfect for beginners who want to give winter sports a try without breaking the bank. The entire hill can be viewed from the ski lodge, perfect for keeping an eye on the little ones. 

Also, did we mention that full-day lift tickets are half-priced for lodging guests, and include a pass to the sledding hill?

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Sled Hill

Granlibakken’s onsite sled hill is fun for the whole family! Passes are half-priced for lodging guests, and just $17/day ($18/day during holiday periods) for the public. The hill is groomed and supervised, and all passes include a saucer rental. 

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Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing

Granlibakken is situated on 74 peaceful acres of National Forest land. This offers ample opportunities for exploration. Granlibakken offers rentals for cross-country skis and snowshoes, and when the weather permits, a 1.5-mile track around the property is groomed for guest use. Paige Meadows, a popular cross-country ski and snowshoe destination, is just 3 miles away. When weather permits, Granlibakken grooms the first mile of trail up to Paige Meadows.

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Relax at the Day Spa

Granlibakken’s onsite Day Spa offers a variety of treatments–perfect for rejuvenating those tired muscles after a day on the slopes. The mountainside location is beautiful, and monthly specials are available.

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Namaste in Tahoe

Through a partnership with The Yoga Room Tahoe, Granlibakken is now offering Saturday classes in the newly-renovated Soul Shelter. The Mountain Flow Yoga Class is designed for all abilities, and offers the perfect mix of movement and meditation to start your weekend off right.

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Go Swimming!

Yep, Granlibakken’s pool, hot tub, and sauna are open year-round. Have you ever soaked in a hot tub while snowflakes fall around you? It’s the perfect way to unwind after a spectacular day in the snow. 

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Add Some Zip to Your Trip

The Treetop Adventure Park aerial trekking course is open on weekends in alternating locations during the winter months, and daily during winter holiday periods. The course is fun for people of all abilities ages 5+, and includes a number of obstacles, bridges, and ziplines high up in the Tahoe pines. 

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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry!

Granlibakken has expanded its eateries for the 2018-19 winter season. Check out expanded hours, specials, and options below.

Start Your Day Right

Hot buffet breakfast is included in all lodging packages at Granlibakken Tahoe. Granlibakken knows how to do breakfast right. From eggs and bacon to fresh fruit and yogurt, there’s something for even the most discriminating diner out there. 

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The Cedar House Pub

The Cedar House Pub is an institution in North Tahoe. The Pub serves up delicious pub food and daily specials in a family-friendly atmosphere. Enjoy an après-ski drink fireside at the expanded bar area, or come in for some warm comfort food after a day in the snow.

The Cedar House Pub is open Thursdays-Sundays, 5-9PM

Get 2-for-1 entrees every Thursday and Sunday!*

*Excluding holiday periods

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Rusty’s Kitchen

Rusty’s Kitchen was formerly called the Ski Hut Snack Bar. As a nod to the man who gave Granlibakken its name, Kjell “Rusty” Rustad, Rusty’s kitchen is located in the historic warming hut. Serving up freshly-made authentic Mexican cuisine and American favorites, Rusty’s Kitchen is a great place to fuel up during the winter months.

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Gran Spot Coffee Cart

The Gran Spot Coffee Cart will be located at the Ski and Sled Hill this year. The coffee cart will be serving up specialty coffee, beer, wine, and light snacks by the fire-pit. 

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There is so much to do this holiday season here at Granlibakken. We hope that you spend your holidays with us, and happy winter!

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Family-Friendly Holiday Festivities 

Thanksgiving


Make your Thanksgiving dinner memorable at Granlibakken Tahoe. Our holiday feast includes a turkey carved table-side for each family or group, all of the sides you could desire, and of course dessert. Our award-winning kitchen staff will take care of the work so that you can enjoy a Thanksgiving feast with loved ones.

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Christmas

Celebrate a special Christmas at Granlibakken Tahoe.

The Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade is free and open to the public. Ski or board down the slopes with your very own torch after closing to commemorate Granlibakken’s Olympic history.

On Christmas Day, enjoy a buffet dinner prepared by Granlibakken’s award-winning kitchen staff. Dinner includes a carving station, full bar, and a gingerbread house competition. 

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New Year’s Eve

Ring in 2019 Tahoe-style. Granlibakken’s family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration is fun for all ages. A buffet dinner is followed by dancing and a full bar, with a balloon-drop and champagne toast at midnight. Kids will love the photo booth, crafting area, and the movie night set up near the ballroom. 
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Hosting a Holiday Party?

We’ve got you covered.

Our experienced events staff, award-winning catering, and convenient location will have your group talking about your holiday party at Granlibakken for years to come. 

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Dr. Mike Dow
Dr. Mike Dow

In their new book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think, Act & Be Happy, psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow and Amy Newmark (of Chicken Soup for the Soul series) write about how through changing the way you think, you can take charge of your life. Through a combination of personal stories, clear explanations, and guided journaling exercises, the authors help you tap into your brain to change the way you think and act. In this excerpt, Dr. Dow focuses on a common problem; how to lose weight and keep it off. Learn tips for changing your mindset and steps you can take to achieve the weight loss results you want.

Dr. Mike Dow will be delivering his keynote speech, “Heal Your Drained Brain” at Wellness Weekend, November 9-11, 2018. See the full schedule here. 


Do you know where your hungry feelings are coming from?

I don’t know about you, but if you’re like most of us—your emotions sometimes affect the way you eat… Culturally, so many of us have learned to use food to celebrate life’s highs (e.g., wedding cake) as well as life’s lows (e.g., ice cream on the couch after a bad day). Has this ever been true for you?

One helpful exercise is to stop and ask yourself if your hunger is “above the neck” or “below the neck” hunger. Hunger that is “above the neck” is coming from your brain or your emotional state. You may have just eaten a large meal an hour ago. Yet, sadness, disappointment, or boredom leads you to the kitchen. This kind of hunger tends to come on suddenly.

On the other hand, “below the neck” hunger originates in your stomach. It tends to come on more slowly and builds hours after your last meal….

Use this as a tool to stop for a moment the next time you get the urge to eat. Ask yourself: Where is my hunger coming from? By doing so, you are training your brain.

If it’s emotional/above the neck hunger, then choose an activity that will help you resolve this feeling. After all, a pizza doesn’t solve the problem of loneliness. See who is free tonight for a nice healthy dinner so you can connect with your friends. It’s a more direct way of dealing with what ails you (e.g., connection as the antidote to loneliness) as opposed to self-medicating with something that is probably going to lead to more negative feelings (e.g., eating a whole pizza which leads to guilt… and still leaves you feeling lonely)…..

How to change your mindset to get results

Chicken Soup for the Soul

Focusing on success is the opposite of obsessing about tiny failures. In fact, a pitfall thought pattern common in people struggling with their weight and food issues is polarization. Remember, this is a type of binary, black-or-white way of seeing the world and your choices as they’re related to your eating patterns…..

People who use polarized thinking …tend to think: if I’m not a complete success, I’m a complete failure or if today’s meal isn’t absolutely perfect, then it’s a complete disaster. Have you ever had a thought pattern that was so rigid and perfectionistic that it blocked all the success and positivity you had created?

People who use polarized thinking tend to throw the baby out with the bath water. Of course, this pitfall thought pattern can make you feel bad about yourself. It can spiral into a bad mood, leading you to cancel your plans, sit on the couch, and eat a pint of ice cream while binge watching TV. The whole day is ruined because of that one cookie you ate.

But what if you could prevent polarized thinking from robbing you of all your success? Instead of that one cookie ruining your whole day, you consider your day through a balanced, gray-area lens.

If you had a healthy breakfast, lunch, and then one piece of candy, you still had far more healthy foods. Of course, this often helps us to feel better about ourselves. You’d probably leave work feeling energized, go to the gym, and have dinner with your friends. Oh, and you’d probably have a nice healthy dinner, too! You’d get right back up on that horse without beating yourself up. Imagine what this sort of energy could do for you in your daily life.

Isn’t it so nice that this gray-area type of thinking actually puts more emphasis on what we do right instead of obsessing over what we do wrong? Now, it’s time to train your brain by looking at where this pitfall thought pattern may be showing up in your life. By doing so, you’ll find your own new way of thinking. Write in a journal the answers to the following:

What’s one area of my life where polarized thinking shows up?

If I were to let polarized thinking go, how would my life improve?

What’s a better, more balanced, and gray-area way to think about my life?

Take Baby Steps

Baby steps [are] a powerful behavioral strategy when it comes to overcoming being overweight. This strategy prevents us from becoming anxious or overwhelmed when it feels like we have a mountain to climb….

The solution:  take that mountain and break it up into small mounds. And then climb just one of those small mounds today. Take a lofty weight loss goal—or any other important goal you may have for yourself in your life—and break it into a SMART goal.

A SMART goal is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-sensitive. “I need to lose 150 pounds” becomes “I am going to lose two pounds or more per month for the next twelve months.” This SMART goal may also help you incorporate something else that helps keep people on track: accountability.

For most people, weighing yourself about once a week or so can be a helpful strategy. If there is a week where you “fall off the wagon” and gain a few pounds, then you can simply pick yourself up the following week. Remember: weight loss isn’t a sprint; it’s a marathon.

Consider a fitness or weight loss goal that you have for yourself. Write it on the lines below. It should be something you can measure. It could be body fat, your weight, or your time running a quarter mile. Also, how long are you going to give yourself to achieve this goal? What you can measure, you can change.


Excerpted with permission from Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think, Act & Be Happy: How To Use Chicken Soup For the Soul Stories to Train Your Brain To Be Your Own Therapist, available on Amazon here.


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Balance Doctorby Dr. Tim Schroeder

Tim Schroeder, Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) is involved in a variety of professional and personal activities. He feels that living a balanced life enables you to reach your greatest potential in both professional and personal development. Dr. Schroeder practices what he preaches as a health and wellness performance coach and has owned and operated a successful chiropractic clinic for over 29 years in Tahoe City, California. He is certified by Target Training International as a Professional Behavioral Analyst and has extensive training in the analysis of Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values. As one of only five Level 6 Master Instructors in the World Ki Gong Club, he appears on a domestic and international level to teach and share his knowledge of this important health tradition. In addition he maintains a passion as a fifth degree Black Belt and certified Master Instructor in the art of Tang Soo Do Karate. He uses insights gained from his years as a healthcare provider and martial artist to help you make changes now for health in your future.

Dr. Tim Schroeder will be leading workshops in Qi Gong and Stress Realization and Resolution at Wellness Weekend, November 9-11, 2018. See the full schedule here. 


Lake Tahoe Wellness RetreatThere is something interesting about pain. Of course it’s not that interesting if the pain is yours but I’ve been on both sides of the pain window.  I am an avid athlete who has been exposed to the glory of competition and the suffering associated with overuse, over doing it or just plain injuring myself in an attempt to go past my limits.  Sound familiar?  Well here’s what fascinates me and I want to share it with you.

It seems that you never notice pain in your present moment. What you do notice is a memory of it or an expectation of it in the future.  Sure you might say “this hurts right now and I can tell you exactly where it is, how it feels and how it makes me feel.” But by the time you are reflecting on your misery that moment has passed and all you have is an attachment to the memory of the pain or the memory of how it made you feel. Or are there other times that you have been anxious about how the pain will affect you in your future?  Maybe you wonder if you will still have it in the morning or maybe you wonder if you will be able to do what you really want and need to do if that pain is still there later. In either case the pain that you experience has little to do with now and everything to do with your past or your future.

Keep in mind that your past or your future may be immediate or pretty far away from right now.  But I’m convinced that pain does not exist in your present. The trick to dealing with pain, especially chronic pain is to find a place in your mind that exists only for a moment and stay present in that moment. Let me give you an idea of how that works.

Tahoe yogaHave you ever had a pain, maybe an excruciating pain, maybe just an annoyance?  Now as you remember that pain let me ask you a question.  If you experienced a huge emotional event would you notice the pain in that moment? If for instance, you noticed a child in danger of being hit by a car, would you at that moment notice your pain? How about when you see a tree falling toward your brand new car, do you notice your pain? When you are absorbed by a beautiful sunset, so stunning that it takes your breath away, do you notice your pain at that very moment? Pain doesn’t exist in your present moment. It exists only in your past or your future. So the trick to dealing with pain is to absorb yourself in your present moment.  In fact this is the key to living a conscious life. I am not saying that this is easy, it’s not. It takes laser focus, all out effort and the ability to detach from the part of your mind that seems to default to past and future instead of now.  So are you ready to take a leap into the now? It really is the best place to be for so many reasons.


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SisuThe Scandinavian culture seems to have this winter thing figured out. Words like “hygge,” a Danish word that roughly translates to “self-care” and “logom,” a Swedish word that refers to creating balance in one’s life, have entered the American lexicon in the past few years. These words are more than just expressions—they refer to a practice of holistic well-being that has been gaining attention in all areas of our society.

Here’s one word you may not have heard yet—“sisu.” Sisu is a Finnish word, and roughly refers to perseverance and grit. It is more than a word—it is a concept that encourages us to look inward and outward, and to reframe our approach to adversity. Internalizing this concept allows us to live freely—there are always going to be obstacles, but we have the resources, the grit, and the mental determination to overcome anything in our way.

Sisu is slightly different than perseverance—it relates specifically to short-term tasks and goals. Think about shoveling snow this winter. Sisu approaches obstacles through a timeline of moments—you have the grit to get up at 6AM. You have the determination to make sure that your driveway is cleared, one shovelful at a time, so that you can get to work on time. And after that? Maybe you have a moment to reward yourself with some hygge—take a few minutes to enjoy that hot cup of coffee, and mentally prepare for your day.

Living in Northern California and Nevada, we know the struggles of winter. Huge snowstorms in Tahoe, short and blustery days in Reno and colder temps all around— these factors can contribute to a feeling of frustration, depression, and apathy as the seasons change. The next time that you are shoveling snow at 6AM to get to work, or struggling to wake up early to go to the gym, consider sisu. You, as a human being, contain the resources to overcome these obstacles and turn them into opportunities.Tahoe Wellness

There are external resources to help you too—you cannot create your own sisu without a support network. Sisu is only effective as a practice when it is combined with other means of maintaining mental and physical well-being. Rather than ignoring or trying to suppress issues, it allows us to embrace those issues. Are you feeling the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder? The concept of sisu doesn’t require that you put your head down and persevere through it—it empowers you to find the tools to alleviate it. Purchase a sun lamp. Speak to a therapist. Just do what needs to be done to attain a more harmonious inner and outer balance—sometimes seeking help takes as much grit as working through something on your own.

This winter, think of sisu as it relates to your life. Find the resilience and hardiness to make this winter the best one yet—one step at a time.

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Autumn Food and Wine

Chef Ron with a batch of Scallops Veronique

Granlibakken's Executive Chef Ron Eber has a lot to celebrate. He has been with Granlibakken since 1978 (yes, 40 years), Granlibakken's food is consistently a highlight for groups and individuals alike, and now, he and his staff have prepared an award-winning dish and pairing at North Lake Tahoe's Autumn Food and Wine Festival.

The 33rd annual Autumn Food & Wine Festival held at Northstar from September 7-9, 2018 is a highlight for foodies in the region. Featuring many food and wine vendors and competitors, fun events, and a beautiful location, it is certainly a great destination for anyone wishing to sample the best of Tahoe cuisine.

Granlibakken Tahoe has remained a contender--winning for wine and food pairings, wine choices, and food choices in 2017 and 2012. This year, Granlibakken kitchen staff had the honor of taking home second place in Judge's Choice Food & Wine Pairing, first place in People's Choice Food & Wine Pairing, and second place in Wine.

What was the winning recipe? Chef Ron keeps the recipe for his Swiss Country Sauce a secret, but if you'd like to try your hand at recreating it, here are the ingredients for the food, and also the winning wine:


SEARED SCALLOP VERONIQUE:

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The Autumn Food and Wine team

  • Sea Scallops
  • Micro Greens
  • Muscat Grapes
  • Swiss Country Dressing (Chef Ron’s specialty with gruyere, sapsago cheeses, heavy cream and fresh herbs)
  • Pancetta

Sear the scallops until golden brown. Place on a bed of microgreens, and top with Swiss Country Dressing, Pancetta, and Muscat Grapes.

Pair with: Daisy White Blend- Pinot Grigio with Sauvignon Blanc , Riesling and Muscato


Is your mouth watering? We know ours is! Try some of Chef Ron and the kitchen staff's amazing food on your next visit.

  • Our all-inclusive conference, retreat, and meeting packages include three meals daily--fully customizable to meet your group's dietary needs and desires.
  • Planning a family reunion? Our family reunion packages include meals, gathering space, and lodging.
  • Host your special day at Granlibakken Tahoe. Our wedding packages include plated or buffet-style dinners, onsite lodging, and a variety of stunning venue spaces.

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Planning a trip to Tahoe? We have some suggestions for alternatives to the typical days spent on the beach, or taking in the view from vista points. Escape the crowds and enjoy a fall getaway at Tahoe with one of these five activities.

Kayak Emerald Bay1. Kayak in Emerald Bay

You can kayak anywhere, but it's well worth spending an afternoon kayaking around Tahoe's only island and in Tahoe's most photographed area, Emerald Bay. You won't regret renting a kayak or paddleboard to make your way to the mouth of the bay and then back--stopping for a break and a swim at Fannette Island. Rentals are available from Kayak Tahoe.

2. Escape the crowds and opt for a quieter hike.

Try

the Mt. Judah loop in Truckee for spectacular views of the Sierra. If a 6 mile hike isn't long enough for you, extend that loop out and hike the Pacific Crest Trail from Sugarbowl to Squaw. Just be sure to park a shuttle vehicle at Squaw! Sugarbowl to Squaw is approximately 15 miles.

Interested in lake views? Give Ellis Peak here on Tahoe's magical west shore a try. This trail steeply ascends for the first mile or so, then descends and ascends again, but you are rewarded with spectacular views of both Granite Chief Wilderness and Lake Tahoe.

3. Practice YogaHike Tahoe

There are so ma

ny amazing yoga studios in North Lake Tahoe, and now, Granlibakken offers yoga every Saturday in the Soul Shelter. Can't make it to yoga on Saturday? Try out The Yoga Room in Tahoe City, The Sanctuary in Crystal Bay, or the Truckee Yoga Collective in Truckee.

Want to kick your practice up a notch? Indulge in a paddleboard yoga class--Mountain Lotus Yoga in Tahoe City and Well-Being in Kings Beach offer weekly classes.

4. Visit a Museum

Need something to occu

py the little ones on a rainy day? KidZone in Truckee offers just the thing. Plenty of activities and features will teach kids new things, while allowing them to play freely.

Interested in the rich history of skiing in North Tahoe? Check out the Museum of Sierra Ski History in Tahoe City, or Squaw's Olympic History Museum for artifacts, information, and education on skiing in the Sierras.

Interested in the watercrafts found on Lake Tahoe? You won't want to miss the Maritime Museum, located just a half-mile from Granlibakken.

Gatekeeper's Museum and Watson Cabin are also located nearby, and both offer a unique glimpse into the early days of settlements at Lake Tahoe.

5. Mountain Bike

This burgeoning sport isn't as hard as it seems. If you're nervous, A Singletrack Mind and Northstar offer clinics to hone skills.

Renting a bike? Olympic Bike in Tahoe City offers mountain bike rentals, and is a great jumping off point to explore the nearby Tahoe XC Center, with miles of trails for all abilities.


Enjoy a fall getaway at Granlibakken Tahoe. Book your stay here.

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by Dr. Tim Schroeder

Tim Schroeder, Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) is involved in a variety of professional and personal activities. He feels that living a balanced life enables you to reach your greatest potential in both professional and personal development. Dr. Schroeder practices what he preaches as a health and wellness performance coach and has owned and operated a successful chiropractic clinic for over 29 years in Tahoe City, California. He is certified by Target Training International as a Professional Behavioral Analyst and has extensive training in the analysis of Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values. As one of only five Level 6 Master Instructors in the World Ki Gong Club, he appears on a domestic and international level to teach and share his knowledge of this important health tradition. In addition he maintains a passion as a fifth degree Black Belt and certified Master Instructor in the art of Tang Soo Do Karate. He uses insights gained from his years as a healthcare provider and martial artist to help you make changes now for health in your future.

Dr. Tim Schroeder will be leading workshops in Qi Gong and Stress Realization and Resolution at Wellness Weekend, November 9-11, 2018. See the full schedule here. 


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Do every day all that can be done that day, toward realization of your health goals. This statement encompasses the effort necessary for you to achieve optimum health for yourself. You can’t ignore the facts. Effort is necessary for you to be as healthy and vibrant as every human being deserves to be.

You have a couple of choices in how you live your life. You can live an ordinary life. This is a life that just happens. No effort is required. Things happen and you react to them. This reaction-based life is what most people do. Unfortunately an ordinary life does not furnish you with an abundance of anything. If you want abundant health, you need to put out the effort. Think about it. You live in a world where the simple maintenance of health requires effort. Most people don’t even put out the effort to maintain a minimum level of survival.

The ordinary life happens when one is born and immediately begins the process of death. There is no thought of what goes into their body, how their body is used for quality exercise, how to achieve optimum function of their nervous system or how to focus on good thoughts. For the ordinary person, life occurs and they react at signs of crisis. I believe that crisis is stressful and stress can lead to crisis. It is a self-perpetuating cycle fueled initially by lack of effort.

The other choice is to live an extra-ordinary life. An extra-ordinary level of health must be created. You need to pay attention to everything that will have an effect on your level of health. Every day you will have a number of decisions to make regarding your health. Some of your actions will be to avoid situations and circumstances that might impact your health negatively. You know what they are. They show their corrupt face on a regular basis and you get to decide if you will allow them to shock your system. The right choice could make a significant difference in your health potential.

To live an extra-ordinary life you also need to take pro-active, effective actions toward the realization of your health vision. An extra-ordinary life must be created. It does not occur on its own. Every day you need to spend time in consideration of what actions will ultimately lead you to a life of abundant health. You should not do more than is necessary to support your growth and regeneration. You should, however, do everything that is required for you to be healthy, happy and vibrant with energy. Remember it’s your actions that will allow you to have what you want. I assume that, because you are reading this, you want the best picture of health that you can possibly have.

Anytime you miss an opportunity to increase your health potential, that opportunity is lost forever. You may get another chance but the original chance will have been lost if you do not take action on the opportunity. Try to develop a keen awareness of what is essential for optimum health. Keep yourself tuned in to opportunities for you learn more about your health. I will certainly help you with specific ideas that will allow you to be as healthy as possible. If you have any questions or desire additional information please don’t hesitate to contact me. drtim@balancedoctor.com


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