• Coach's Corner


    Megan Tsangaris Megan Tsangaris is a Certified Health Coach who joined the Center Grove Wellness Center in May 2019. Megan is passionate about empowering individuals to discover and embrace their personal strengths to reap the rewards of a healthy lifestyle. Megan holds a bachelor's degree from Xavier and a master's degree from Concordia University. She is available for appointments at the Wellness Center on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

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TIPS from the Coach

  • A Healthy Spin on Tailgating

    It’s officially football season, meaning tailgating with friends and family! What foods come to mind when you think of tailgating – burgers, dips, desserts? It’s often easy to overindulge and feel tired after consuming these foods! There are ways to transform your favorite tailgate foods to make them healthier and more energizing. Read more>>

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  • Back to School Wellness Tips

    As an educator, you have a high-energy job with only so many hours in the day! It is essential that you are engaged in healthy lifestyle behaviors to be the best that you can be. Here are some tips to help you this school year:
    1. Establish a physical activity routine
      • Find a workout buddy - try a 30-day challenge and walk every morning before work!
      • Ask for support from your family and friends - you are more likely to meet your goals
      • Notice how you feel throughout the day after morning physical activity - is your mindset more positive?

    2. Prioritize stress management techniques
      • Try journaling for clarity and energy release
      • Practice deep breathing - try a meditation video from YouTube
      • Spend time in nature - go for a hike and explore a state park

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  • Rethink your Starbucks Drink

    Who doesn’t love enjoying a drink from Starbucks? The service is fast and the drinks are delicious, yet have you ever wondered what ingredients are going into your favorite beverage? You may be surprised to hear that many drinks on the Starbuck’s menu are loaded with added sugar and unhealthy fats – some contain as much as 600 calories and over 50 grams of sugar (almost 13 teaspoons)! Don’t fret; there are ways to make your favorite drink healthier with some simple tips. Click to read more.

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