‘Property Brothers’ take on New Canaan personal trainer
Originally published on New Canaan News Online
hen Suzanne Vining’s husband, Kevin Vining, found a new job in New York City last year, one of the more protracted hurdles of the relocation from the Albany area was finding a suitable new house with a price range of under $800,000.
After house-hunting for half a year while her husband commuted weekly from Albany, the family compromised and bought a 1950s home in Pound Ridge, N.Y., with outdated décor and furnishings that fit their budget, Vining said.
Vining said during the home search she heard the Scotts were seeking homes in Westchester and Connecticut and would make selections while she and her husband were closing in late spring.
During the eight days of filming spread from June through August, the couple and their daughters, ages 19 and 17, had to remain available to take part, she said.
While the stars of the show maintained control over the renovation, Vining said the Scotts were also open to family suggestions on color preferences.
“They were a lot of fun to work with,” Suzanne Vining said. “They gave us some latitude but we kind of went with a lot of their direction.”
“Property Brothers” will air the episode featuring the Vining family’s home at 9 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 24, on Home & Garden TV.
National Senior Citizens Day is Monday, August 21st
and If you’re over 65 and looking for a way to stay young, the answer may be right around the corner, and it’s free! It's well known that exercise has a long list of benefits for the body. In the population of older adults, these benefits are even greater - and even hold the key to staying young, both mentally and physically.
The Healthways SilverSneakers Fitness program, offered by Suzanne Vining at Halo Studios in New Canaan is a program specifically designed for the population of adults over 65, and if your insurance plan participates, the program is free to you.
“The SilverSneakers program is designed to enable members to take control of their own health,” says Suzanne Vining, who heads up the SilverSneakers program at Halo Studios. “The program I teach at Halo helps members stay young, fit and healthy with lots of options for varying abilities, fitness levels and exercise styles. It is not only a way to stay fit, but also a way to get together with your peers. It’s a fun, friendly way to socialize that is also providing a great benefit.”
Modified from New Canaan's Hamlet Hub - written by KBSchwarz
Suzanne Vining demonstrates her Tai Chi moves at Halo Studios in New Canaan