Wellness through educational programs, services, environment, professional care and personal guidance.
Our offerings range from one-on-one health consultations and personal attention to health enrichment programs, classes and a Physician Lecture Series on current topics impacting our health and lifestyles. We invite you to browse these pages to discover the depth and breadth of our services.
Whether you are recovering from surgery, wanting to lose weight, training and conditioning for a specific sport, or simply wanting to enhance your quality of life with strength training and conditioning, our highly qualified and personable exercise specialists can help you achieve your goals. Learn more.Book a Private Training Session
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The Facts… Over 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year. National Institutes of Health states, you can reduce your risk of diabetes by 58% if you make some lifestyle changes.
Start RESULTS by Design… Our six-week, personal empowerment and weight management program consists of customized eating strategies, three 30-minute exercise sessions with your personal exercise specialist each week, and pre- and post-assessments, including cholesterol, blood glucose and blood pressure.
Contact Evan Strewler or 952-930-8512.
The Marsh, a pioneer in mind-body wellness, is known for its mindfulness programming ranging from our own Mindfulness-Based Living (MBL) to Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), meditation offerings and retreats. MBSR, the renowned program developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn, is the practice of mindfulness through meditation, hatha yoga, and gentle movement in everyday life to optimize our capacity to cope with stress, pain and illness across the lifespan. Learn more.Find a Class
If you need help recovering from surgery or chronic pain, or if you’ve suffered a sports injury and need to be active again quickly, Merz Physical Therapy can help. Located in The Marsh wellness center, Merz Physical Therapy offers unique resources for a more complete, long-term recovery in a relaxing, healing environment.
Work one-on-one with a personal trainer skilled in water exercise to improve function and performance. Goals of training can be diverse, including improvement of balance, strength, posture, gait, flexibility or stamina.
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Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 06/03/2019 11:00 - 11:45 p.m.
This highly sought after, researched-based program is back! Created by Exercise Physiologist Evan Strewler, MS with results proven by a team of researchers at the University of St. Thomas, the DYNAMIC BALANCE Program is changing lives.
Monday - Friday, 06/03/2019 6:15 a.m., 7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Boost your motivation and energy this summer with small group training. Our FUNctional group training is perfect for anyone who enjoys exercising in groups, but likes having the direction of an Exercise Specialist.
Wednesdays, 07/24/2019 11:00 a.m. - Noon
Kettlebells are an effective strength training, power and endurance tool. Join us for this fun and energizing 4-week small group training with Evan Strewler.
Yoga provides a path for self-exploration for all those who practice. Its study and practice bring us to the experience shifts in how we experience ourselves and our lives. Taking a yoga teacher training program deepens your practice, allowing you to feel the fullness of what yoga is, beyond just a practice. The discipline is […]
Happy Independence Day! July 4th is one of those holidays where you come together with family and friends to eat, drink, and enjoy the day together likely in patriotic clothing. On this day in 1776, the declaration of independence of America was signed and published into law creating a new country; America! The holiday has […]
Our overall health is made up of both our mental wellbeing as well as our physical wellbeing. In the summertime, it’s easy to lose sight of one or even both of those. With all of the BBQ’s, weddings, and nights out, summer is bursting with fun, and it can take a toll on our health. […]