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Dance Pizazz Shares Tips on How to Help Couples Deepen Bonds Through Dance and Teamwork

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 16, 2015

There are many ways to help maintain that healthy relationship, and one of those ways is through dance. So let Dance Pizazz provide some tips and reasons why dance can keep that bond strong through these upcoming summer months.

     1.    Collaborate: shared learning requires teamwork, a key component in any successful relationship.

     2.    Vastly improve their communication skills: because verbal and physical communication are required for this experience, many couples have greatly benefited from learning how to listen to one another… and follow each others dance moves. Many experts agree that dancing can reinforce this cornerstone of a strong and health relationship.

     3.    Work together towards a common goal: Be it shedding those holiday pounds together, refreshing old dance routines, or finding a new common ground, ballroom dance gives couples a way to reach a desired objective together.

     4.    Build trust: it takes two to tango! Because each person is dependent on their dance partner, they must be able to trust one another as they share this experience.

     5.    Reignite the spark: because dancing is a physical activity, couples can benefit from sharing a workout together.

Dance Pizazz is proud to help couples -no matter how long they’ve been together- become a stronger, more connected pair. Check out Jon and Mandy’s and other couples’ success stories at http://www.dance-pizazz.com and be inspired to dance!







Related Workout Press Releases

New Bridgeforce Thought Leadership Shares an Enterprise “White Glove” Strategy for SCRA Compliance


Chadds Ford, PA (PRWEB) February 25, 2015

Bridgeforce looks beyond the current headlines about military engagements to the needs of the nearly 500,000 active duty service members with the release of a white paper that outlines a proven enterprise “white glove” service model based on the principles of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).

The new Bridgeforce white paper entitled, SCRA: The Enterprise “White Glove” Model and Emerging Trends, highlights how the regulatory environment surrounding SCRA places lenders under intense scrutiny as they develop new operating models to ensure regulatory compliance while simultaneously meeting active duty service members’ specialized customer experience needs.

Key sections of the paper include:

    Ensuring robust compliance through automated and report-driven controls
    Descriptions of best practices including relief consistency, centralized SCRA handling, strict vendor oversight and complaint monitoring, among others
    Complaint handling
    Elements of an enterprise “white glove” model to facilitate an exceptional customer experience, including additional benefits not tied to regulatory requirements

“These are very special customers dedicating their lives to our nation, and deserve no less than exceptional service while serving our country” said Brian Reiss, President of Bridgeforce. “The financial industry needs to always keep that in sight when implementing, changing or maintaining any programs related to SCRA.”

About Bridgeforce

Bridgeforce is a specialized multi-national consulting firm serving a variety of clients involved in almost all aspects of the consumer and small business lending and payments space. Over 75 percent of Bridgeforce consultants come directly from client-side leadership positions across multiple parts of the credit lifecycle. Combined with subject matter expertise in operations, technology, strategy and regulatory issues, Bridgeforce has the knowledge and experience to make the hard choices in developing and implementing best-fit solutions that are both achievable and lower the risks of execution to ensure sustainability. The Bridgeforce success can be attributed to a culture fostering innovation and evolving experienced-based best practices recognized within the industry. For more information, visit http://www.bridgeforce.com.







Harmonica Techs, Inventors of the Pulmonica, Shares Survey Results on Effective Treatments for Breathing Problems.

Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) January 30, 2015

Harmonica Techs conducted a survey at a recent annual meeting of the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) where they asked medical professionals if they had “observed spirometry results improve in patients” through any of the listed interventions. Spirometry is the most common pulmonary function test and measures the volume of air inhaled and exhaled and the speed of the exhale to assess how well the lungs work. This simple test is used to diagnose COPD, asthma, cystic fibrosis and other breathing disorders.

Of the 78 healthcare professionals who filled out the survey, 59 (76%) had observed improved spirometry results after a pulmonary rehabilitation program that included education, exercise, and monitoring. Pulmonary rehabilitation is the primary professional activity of most of the attendees and is covered by Medicare and most insurance companies.

Almost two-thirds of the respondents (51 people or 65%) had witnessed improved spirometry results after exercise. Patients with breathing disorders often avoid exercise and muscles around the lungs become weak. Regular exercise improves muscle strength, including the diaphragm and chest muscles, and breathing naturally improves.

Forty respondents (58%) had noted improved spirometry results after patients were shown the proper use of medications. An astonishing 93% of inhaler users demonstrated improper inhaler technique in a recent study. Proper use of medications improves breathing and saves money.

Over half of the respondents (51%) observed improved spirometry results after patients learned abdominal and pursed lip breathing. Poor breathing habits become ingrained, and learning new techniques is surprisingly effective.

Over one-third of the respondents (36%) saw improved spirometry results after anxiety relief and stress reduction therapy, while 23% had seen improved spirometry results after percussive therapy, and 14% had seen an improvement in spirometry results after playing wind instruments.

Only 7% of the healthcare professionals had never seen any improvement in patients’ spirometry.

“These results are supportive of our own study’s results,” said Mary Lou Keller, MS, Vice President of Harmonica Techs. “All nine patients improved their pulmonary function after the following program: eight weeks of educational information sessions on proper breathing techniques and the use of their medications; a brief exercise program using stretching, hand weights and chair exercises; medication adjustments, where appropriate; and use of our novel harmonic device, the Pulmonica® Pulmonary Harmonica.” Learn more at http://www.pulmonica.com/Research.htm.

For more information on complementary treatments for breathing disorders, see the recent article, Harmonica Techs, Inventors of the Pulmonica®, Unveil New Findings on Complementary Treatments for Asthma at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12406686.htm

About the Pulmonica:

The Pulmonica is a specially constructed and tuned Pulmonary Harmonica that produces deep, resonant, meditative sounds that can be felt vibrating in the lungs and sinuses. No musical talent is needed to use it – just taking long, slow, deep, complete breaths through the Pulmonica always sounds soothing. The Pulmonica is handcrafted for Harmonica Techs by Seydel, the world’s oldest harmonica manufacturer. Find more information at http://www.pulmonica.com and at the Pulmonica page on Amazon.com. The Kellers are available to speak to groups about harmonicas in health care and the Pulmonica. They may be contacted through their website, http://www.Pulmonica.com, or by calling 888-382-9283.







The Bad Credit Auto Lender Shares Common Fears When Dealing with Auto Loan Lenders in their Newest Article


Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 24, 2014

There is nothing wrong with needing a little extra help getting an auto loan. The no credit check auto lender, Complete Auto Loans, is helping with common auto lender fears in their newest article.

Get approved for a car loan in as little as 60 seconds: https://completeautoloans.com/application-form/.

Fears such as buying a piece of junk for a car, not being able to get an auto loan because of bad credit, and getting stuck in an auto loan commitment that will kill your bank account for a long time are just some of the fears discussed by the instant approval auto lender. To learn more about auto loan fears, read the full article from Complete Auto Loans.

To help consumers save even more, Complete Auto Loans also offers an online credit score tool that has saved many borrowers thousands of dollars. Upon completing the 60-second car loan application on their website, consumers will be given yet another chance to save thousands of dollars on their loan. For more information, visit Complete Auto Loans’ website.

About Complete Auto Loans

Complete Auto Loans is a Seattle-based company that is dedicated to helping their customers acquire national car financing. They design and develop customized no credit financing, bad and good credit loans. Voted the best for “Quality Customer Service” and “Best National Service” by thousands of people, their finance experts focus on providing their customers with the following: information and tools available for different loan offers, how to choose the best loan that fits their budget, as well as related eligibility guidelines.







More Fitness Press Releases

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(PRWEB) November 14, 2014

The print component of Diabetes is distributed within today’s Home and Business subscription of the Toronto Star, with a circulation of approximately 230,433 copies and an estimated readership of 622,169. The digital component is distributed nationally through a vast social media strategy and across a network of top news sites and partner outlets. To explore the digital version of the campaign, click here.

The publication shares Sébastien Sasseville’s journey of running the entire 7500km breadth of Canada in an extraordinary nine-month long solo expedition with the aim of raising awareness. He notes, “My one hope is that people will know that with the right diet, the right tools, and the right attitude, they can pursue their dreams, even with diabetes.”

A Toronto-based team led by Dr. Daniel Drucker, Senior Investigator at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, has discovered innovative classes of type 2 diabetes therapies that will change the landscape for diabetes sufferers struggling to manage their condition. “Patients now have a great ability to manage diabetes effectively while avoiding hypoglycemia and weight gain,” and his discoveries have led to two completely new treatment methods. An editorial by Dr. Jan Hux, Chief Science Officer at the Canadian Diabetes Association, shares information about the Diabetes Charter for Canada and its aim to empower Canadians with diabetes and their caregivers, and to promote an environment that will support optimal health outcomes for them.

Special thanks to Merck Frosst Canada Ltd, Animas Canada, OneTouch, and Novo Nordisk Canada Inc. for their support and contributions in the making of this campaign.

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