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    • 19 DEC 18
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    Welcome Corrie Blissit, our new trainer

    Welcome Corrie Blissit, our new trainer

    I’m super-excited to announce two things: first, our fantastic trainer of many years, Carly Swartzman, is changing careers, pursuing her dream of helping the L.A. community as a Registered Nurse. Carly’s been studying nursing while working at SuperSlow, and she’s finally ready to change uniforms! Because of this, we were searching for an amazing SuperSlow

    • 30 NOV 18
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    VoyageLA interview: Benjamin Fisher of SuperSlow LA

    VoyageLA interview: Benjamin Fisher of SuperSlow LA

    Original article featured in VoyageLA I recently had the opportunity to by interviewed by Los Angeles-based media company VoyageLA.  SuperSlowLA was founded 19 years ago by my wife, Susan Taylor after recognizing a critical need for a SuperSlow location in West LA.  At the time, Susan was commuting to Calabasas once a week to reap

    • 14 NOV 17
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    Does bad medical news make your blood pressure rise?

    Does bad medical news make your blood pressure rise?

    It’s happened again. Last year, health officials lowered their recommendations for safe cholesterol levels, bringing millions of adults a lot closer to being at risk of heart disease and directing them to statin medications, the world’s most-prescribed prescription drug. This week, medical experts revised safety limits downward for high blood pressure, putting almost half of

    • 09 JUL 17
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    Meditation can change your life

    Meditation can change your life

    This is a subject that’s dear to my heart. For the last three years, I have been meditating for around thirty minutes every morning. And I have to say, the results have been mind-blowing. I’m able to handle the day-to-day moments in life much easier, traffic on the road doesn’t bother me, and things that used to affect