Health and wellness is a big part of our culture. Lucky for us our Account Supervisor, Molly Dwyer, is a certified yoga instructor. So every Monday evening, we roll out our mats and practice warrior pose during her weekly yoga class. We asked Molly to share some healthy living tips that anybody can follow. Tips from the token Yogi Our Account Supervisor, Molly, first found Yoga while studying at Simmons College. She's a RYT-200 with the Yoga Alliance, certified in classical Hatha and Vinyasa Flow yoga. Molly runs a Monday evening yoga class at Primacy that focuses on accessibility so anybody can participate and experience the same connective bliss that attracted her to yoga. If you're new to yoga or a seasoned pro, Molly shares five tips for healthy living that anyone can follow. 1. Drink H20 It's taken me many, many years to understand just how much water my body needs to energize my muscles and control calories. At 27, I'm drinking about a gallon a day (16 cups). My trick? Invest in a large, reusable water bottle, keep it full all day and never go anywhere without it. 2. Catch Some Zzz's Sleeping the recommended 8-9 hours a night is hard. Our days are hectic with overwhelming obligations, but making rest a priority is essential for maintaining good energy. My tip? Establish a schedule and download a sleep app to monitor your sleep habits. 3. Eat Green You don't need to be a vegan to eat green, but you should make "green" choices to make sure you're putting the best possible stuff into your body. Incorporate whole foods that are free of hormones, antibiotics and other processed ingredients. 4. Switch It Up After a while, the same workout can get boring. Stay motivated and try to incorporate some fun into your exercise routine by trying different kinds of classes. Right here in CT we have upbeat spin classes, in Boston there's hip-hop yoga and in NYC, there's a badass boxing studio. 5. Find Your Tribe Like most things in life, we're more successful when we work with others. Your health is no different. Joining a local running club, a community gym or attending meet-ups are a great way to stay accountable, achieve goals and meet amazing new friends who will always cheer you on.