Canyon Ranch iPad Applications give you The Power of Possibility for healthy, holistic living, providing easy, on-the-go access to turn hopes and intentions into reality. Choose from fitness videos, cooking tutorials, expert well-being tips and more to reach your own goals the Canyon Ranch way.
Featuring 79 fitness videos and 25 actionable articles and tips, the application helps you reach your fitness goals anytime, anywhere. Providing multi-disciplinary fitness, yoga, Pilates, flexibility, strength, and posture tips and exercises for the beginner, the Canyon Ranch Everyday Fitness iPad application helps you fit fitness into your lifestyle. 
Featuring 60 Canyon Ranch signature healthy gourmet recipes, 19 how-to technique videos, and 34 actionable articles and tips, the Healthy Eats application infuses healthy cuisine and nutrition into your daily diet. 
Encompassing Canyon Ranch lifestyle, health, and fitness regimens, 360 Well-Being brings Canyon Ranch calm to your everyday life. Categorized by Mind, Body and Spirit, learn to keep a Zen state-of-mind all the time with a collection of 21 fitness and food videos, 91 actionable articles and tips, 20 meditations and 3 audio meditations from Canyon Ranch experts. 

Feel fabulous fast with these flexibility-enhancing moves for stiffness, energy, and stress relief.

Shake off stiffness, get an instant dose of energy, and release stress—in 3 minutes—when you use this fun 5-stretch routine. Do the moves seated, eyes gazing forward, chin level, chest lifted and open, shoulders back and down. Hold each stretch for 20 to 30 seconds unless otherwise instructed. 

Neck tilt: Inhale deeply, and gently tilt neck right, bringing right ear near top of right shoulder, hold, and then repeat on the left shoulder. Do 2 to 3 times on each side.

Backward shoulder rolls: Slowly roll shoulders up, back, and then down. Continue rolling up, back, and down for a total of 6 to 8 times. 

Floor seated twist: Inhale, lifting arms overhead. Exhale, and rotate to the right, lowering left hand to outer right thigh, and resting right hand on floor behind butt; look over right shoulder. Inhale, and lengthen; exhale, and twist a bit deeper. Release and repeat once on the opposite side.

Hip stretch: Cross right foot so ankle sits just above left knee. Press right knee down gently with right hand, and hinge forward from hips to deepen the stretch. Hold, and repeat once on the other side.

Hamstring reach: Sit on front edge of seat, right leg extended with heel planted on the floor, right foot is flexed; left leg is bent, foot flat on floor. Hinge forward from hips with a flat back. Hold, and then repeat once on the other side.

Take nutrition with you wherever you go with the following strategies:

Fuel every 3-4 hours: Eat at regular intervals and you’ll avoid getting over hungry. That adds up to about five recharges a day. Choose 3 smaller meals and 2 snacks, with an emphasis on choosing a quality carbohydrate such as a serving of fruit with a low-fat source of protein such as string cheese.

Get 25 to 35 grams of fiber every day: It fills you up faster and keeps you full longer. Plus fiber's been shown to lower your risk of heart disease and certain cancers. Beans, sweet potatoes, and berries are a few examples of high fiber foods.

Choose colorful carbohydrates: Red, orange, yellow, green, blue/purple, and white. Whatever the color, get plenty of it. The more richly colored and vibrant the veggie (or fruit) is, the more nutrient-packed it tends to be.

Eat lean proteins, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats at each and every meal: This trio of slower digesting proteins and fat, with faster processing veggies and fruits means longer, steadier fuel for your mind and body.

Choose heart-healthy fats: Organic olive oil, expeller pressed canola oil, nuts and seeds, ground flaxseed, avocado, and high fat fish. These fats have also been shown to improve cognitive processes.

Get 2 to 3 servings of calcium rich foods: Make sure that bone-building foods make a regular appearance in your diet. Great sources are yogurt, kefir, low-fat cheese, low-fat cottage cheese and ricotta, almonds, broccoli, calcium-fortified orange juice, soy milk, and almond milk.

Limit dessert to one small serving each day

Let it go. No matter how Zen-like you may be, everyone gets downright angry sometimes. It’s inevitable. A significant other forgets a special day, a co-worker undermines you at the office, your neighbor throws a raging, all-night party — whatever it is that gets under your skin, just know it’s natural. And know that there are effective ways of dealing with your anger, which can return you to your regular Zen state-of-mind in no time at all.

Scream to the music: Go to your car, close the windows, pick your favorite song, and sing along at the top of your lungs. This technique is borrowed from the idea of screaming into a pillow, only it’s much more fun. Blast your music and scream along as loud as you possibly can without damaging your vocal chords. It’s a great way to let go of built up tension.

Exercise: Whether it’s going for a run, hitting a punching bag, or practicing Pilates, working out may just be the single best way to release anger.

Ring it out: It may sound silly, but give it a try. Take a towel, pretend it is soaking wet, and twist it as tightly as you can. The tightening and then relaxing of your muscles results in a calming effect that helps to release rage.

Breathe: Yes, it sounds overly simplistic, but it works. When you feel your blood pressure rising, take a moment, compose yourself, and focus on your breathing. Deep inhales that fill your lungs, followed by long, dramatic exhales have a calming effect on the body.

Meditate: It’s wise to practice meditation on a regular basis, and not just when you’re angry. After all, you don’t want your first meditation session to be at a time when your emotions are on overdrive; chances are it’s not going to be all that effective. But once you become skilled in the art of meditation, it is a highly useful tool in releasing anger and stress.