I’m healthyMichèle Mossis finding new ways to keepactive after hip surgery overa year ago. As an associateprofessor of Dance at theUniversity of Calgary, Moss’sjob keeps her moving. Shealso experiments with novelphysical activities.
“I came from a place of somuch activity as a dancer andusing my body as art. Now, I’mfinding different ways to stay inmotion and I’m feeling strongerand stronger,” Moss says.
She does weight training,
yoga, body rolling, Pilates,fitness table and deep-waterrunning, among others.
Robert Clarksays his jobs as a self-employedartist, cabinet maker, plumber,painter, roofer, designer and“all-around go-to guy” keephim moving.
“I don’t do structuredexercise,” he says. “I stayhealthy by leading an activelifestyle. I keep my stress levellow and am involved in thecommunity.” He describeslaughter as the best medicine.
Rachel Millardsays she’s “not super fit byany stretch of the imagination.”But she does a mix of activitiesto stay toned, and sees herphysician regularly and eatswell to stay healthy.
“As well, I’m in a communitytheatre group and I keep upwith the choreography,” she says.
Spencer Meetooskeeps busy at school, but hestill finds ways to stay healthy.
The New Media Production andDesign student at SAIT keepsit simple.
“I do a lot of longboarding, which I reallyenjoy,” he says. In addition tohis skateboarding, Meetoos hikesand walks wherever he can.
He eats well, stays away fromprocessed food and drinks a lotof water.
Krista Shervenloves sports: golf, baseball,mountain biking, tap and balletdancing, hockey, snowboardingand cross-country skiing.“Sports is the backbone ofmy health,” she says. “AndI get to be with my friends.