Happy Holidays from Landmark

Happy Holidays from Landmark

It’s so easy to focus on own our holiday plans, and remain blissfully unaware of the traditions of other people. But, December holidays are about bringing people together, regardless of your culture. Part of this is taking the time to step outside our comfort zone and...
Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Poets have been writing about Thanksgiving since it began. Landmark wishes you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving! The Pumpkin John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807 – 1892 Oh, greenly and fair in the lands of the sun, The vines of the gourd and the rich melon run, And...
Cornucopia – Origin and Recipe

Cornucopia – Origin and Recipe

The Cornucopia, or ‘Horn of Plenty’, has long been a symbol of nourishment and abundance. Origin of the ‘Horn of Plenty’ Amalthea and Zeus Greek myth states that Zeus was raised from an infant by a goat name Almathea. She hid from his father, Cronos, in...
Halloween Events in the Valley

Halloween Events in the Valley

Looking for some fun things to do for Halloween? Here’s a few ideas for Halloween fans of all ages! Pumpkin Days & Corn Maze (through Nov. 4). Six acres of corn maze for the whole family (includes a ‘scavenger hunt’ – search for pieces of the map)....
Do your muscles need ‘stress relief’?

Do your muscles need ‘stress relief’?

From stay-at-home parents to executives, we all have certain movements that we perform over and over again throughout the day. These daily, repetitive movements can cause tightness, aches and pains. Aches, pains and tightness can be signs that your body is in need of...
3 Things To Tell Your Physical Therapist

3 Things To Tell Your Physical Therapist

As physical therapists, we understand how muscles and joints work. What we don’t know is how they feel (and what you think about how they feel) to you. Those are things we cannot perceive with our hands. That’s why communication with your therapist is SO important....