October 2009 - Issue 34
It's been a busy Summer and looks like it will be a busy Fall.
Classes are under way, and we've had a good turn out in most of
them. Some classes will have a second set beginning this
month, so be sure to check our website at
to find out what's happening.
We're already preparing out Winter 2010 schedule, so if there is
something you'd like us to offer at a particular location, please
let me know asap and I'll see what I can do.
You can check our class schedule at
www.intoyoga.ca/classes.htm. You'll see locations, dates,
times, costs, etc. Please remember to check often.
Here's what you'll find in this newsletter.
In this issue you will find the following topics:Expos
The Healing Power of Yoga
Lisa Nichols Tickets - as seen on the Secret
Women's Sacred Circle Yoga Retreat
We Want Your Feedback
Take us to Work
Promote Your Business
Recipe - Miso-Glazed Peas and Carrots
Find us on Twitter and Facebook
Quips and Quotes
Your Contributions Welcome
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be exhibiting again this year at both the Body Mind Spirit Expo and
The West Coast Women's Show, displaying Isagenix and a brand new
skin care treatment that will take years off the look and feel of
Yoga and Pilates Conference Show
On Saturday and Sunday October 3 and 4, the Yoga and Pilates
Conference Show comes to Vancouver Convention Center.
Come & see over 80 exhibitors &
participate in 30 half hour yoga classes all under 1 roof (sail).
You can receive FREE passes from
London Drugs, Roots, Luluemon, Chapters.
For more information
Body Mind Spirit Expo
The Body Soul & spirit Expo returns to the Vancouver
Convention Centre after a 5 year break on
It will feature a number of intriguing exhibits,
ranging from an array of products for wellness, alternative
therapies, healing arts, aromatherapy, natural healing, to
intuitive arts, esoteric philosophy, metaphysics, astrology and
Find more information
West Coast Women's Show
and save at over 400 booths. Meet Daniel Goddard from The
Young and the Restless, watch our men in (and out) of uniform at
the 2010 Calendar Firefighter's Fashion Show, and listen to
Colin and Justin from HGTV's Home Heist!
You can save $2 on your ticket price at participating London Drug
Visit the Tradex in Abbotsford Oct 23-25.
Find more information
The Healing Power of
by Kate P Smith
There are many health benefits that can be
achieved through practicing yoga. Not only does it promote
flexibility, strength, balance and provide a fantastic
physical workout, but it is one of the few exercise regimes
that can have a huge influence on our mental state. Learning
yoga techniques and postures can help you achieve mental
clarity, focus, relaxation and overall emotional balance.
A huge cause of many Western illnesses is stress. Stress can
lead to many serious illnesses, such as irritable bowel
syndrome, high blood pressure, weakness of the immune
system, and even strokes and cardiovascular disease. Most
commonly, sufferers can develop anxiety, depression, OCD and
loss of concentration. Yoga's ability to combat stress is
well recognised, not only by yoga practitioners, but also by
many health professionals.
The response of the nervous system to life's problems can
trigger stress in our metabolism. The body's reaction to
this process is known as the 'fight or flight' response -
the mind and body, faced with 'danger', prepares to either
run or stay and fight. Physically, this can manifest itself
through increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, tense
muscles and shallow breathing. Internally, blood flow to
internal organs and processes that are not vital at that
time (such as digestion), are shut down. While this can be
beneficial during times of danger in the short term, long
term the body has less resources to function properly. When
stressed, even the smallest of problems can trigger this
response, leaving you feeling tense and drained for long
periods of time.
What yoga essentially does is harmonise the body with the
mind. The practice of yoga and meditation techniques works
remarkably to achieve this harmony, enabling the mind to
work in sync with the body. Yoga reduces the harmful effects
of stress factors on the body, be lessening the 'fight or
flight' response through breathing and relaxation
techniques. It also promotes positive thinking, enabling you
to view adverse factors as challenges rather than
fears. This allows the mind to focus on finding solutions,
rather than creating worry.
There's no doubt that yoga can offer tremendous benefits to
your own life and wellbeing, both physically and mentally.
Lisa Nichols - as seen on the Secret
You witnessed her in “The Secret”
and saw her on Oprah and Larry King! Now you can spend an
Lisa Nichols live in Burnaby on October 30 2009.
Purchase your tickets
Use this promotional code,
and receive a 10% discount when registering.
Women's Sacred Circle
Women's Sacred Circle
Retreat in Yelapa.
Circle facilitated by Linda Wolf (For Linda's bio,
Yoga practice led by the sublime Kayla Black).
Sacred Circle is one of the ineffables - what is
most important and essential about Sacred Circle comes from shared
feelings, emotions, life stories, and experiences developed in a
deepening relationship to ourselves and each other, created by
honoring everyone's humanity and agreements we make to hold
confidentiality, non-judgment, complete support for the other, and
take radical responsibility for all our perceptions. This is how we
create "safe space" -- a space within which we can be intimate,
authentic, and share even that which we feel will turn people away
from us. It is there that we discover total self-love and the
experience that we are whole, beautiful, worthwhile, and wanted
exactly for who we are and where we're at. This is one of the most
healing experiences we can give each other on this planet. Out of
this, we discover that we are worth everything and truly have the
power to choose what serves us, and recognize what our hearts truly
"Women's Circles are a place where the collective
wisdom of each woman surfaces from the inside out principally
because each participant contributes to the creation of a safe
space, where each member knows she will be heard
and whatever she has to share will be honored." Peacexpeace
http://yelapa2010.eventbrite.com/ for more info or call
We Want Your Feedback
Have you experienced classes with us before? If so, we'd like
to hear from you. The good and the bad. Tell us what you
like. How have they improved your life? What keeps you
coming back? Plus, tell us what we could do better (but be
kind). What can we improve and what would you like to see that
we're not providing? Email your comments to
Take us to Work
We'll bring our Yoga classes to you. Book us now for
our on-site Yoga classes at work. Classes begin as low as $5
We want to help create a stress-free environment at work. We
believe that staff who take the time to breathe and realign
themselves, work better, feel better and enjoy their jobs more.
Ask us about our Pilates Classes and Yamuna Body Rolling Classes.
Benefits to the Participant
* improved memory, focus and concentration
* reduced stress and tension
* boosted immune system
* lower blood pressure
* improved circulation
* increased energy
* improved self esteem
* a more firmed, toned and flexible body
* relief of common ailments such as backache and
Benefits to the Employer
* less absenteeism
* improved productivity
* enhanced decision making
* boosted morale
* reduced burnout
* less turnover
* increased motivation
* better team spirit
* lower health care costs
* increased efficiency
* enhanced company/employee relationship
Call 604-421-9872 or email
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Promote Your Business
Are you a woman business owner, professional or entrepreneur
interested in creating more referrals for your business?
I have become an
area coordinator for The Heart Link Network, a
fun, non-threatening, non-membership networking event
showcasing women who are serious about growing their
Our events are
held in a warm environment with dinner provided. It is a powerful,
unique and effective marketing tool specifically designed to link
women so they can nurture, support, enrich and resource one another
in both personal and professional ways.
Consider joining our Heart Link Networking Group. You can find more
www.meetup.com/Burnaby-Heart-Link. Or simply register and
lock in your business category at
www.v5a4b7.theheartlinknetwork.com. Be added to our news updates
and invites by emailing
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3 tablespoons miso, preferably white (see
Miso-Glazed Peas and Carrots (4 servings)
This sweet, salty and tangy twist on the old
standby vegetable combo is sure to please the whole family.
Plus is has 180% RDA of Vitamin A.
1 tablespoon mirin
2 tablespoons rice vinegar
1 teaspoon minced fresh ginger
1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
2 cups thinly sliced carrots, fresh or frozen
1/4 cup water
2 cups frozen peas (8 ounces)
1. Combine miso, mirin, vinegar, ginger and oil in a small
2. Place carrots and water in a large
nonstick skillet over medium-high heat; cover and cook, stirring
occasionally, until tender-crisp, about 5 minutes.
3. Stir in the miso mixture and peas; cook,
stirring occasionally, until the peas are heated through and the
sauce is slightly thickened, about 3 minutes.
Ingredient Note: Miso: Fermented bean paste made from barley, rice
or soybeans used in Japanese cooking to add flavor to dishes, such
as soups, sauces and salad dressings. Miso is available in different
colors; in general, the lighter the color, the more mild the flavor.
Look for miso alongside the refrigerated tofu in the supermarket. It
will keep, in the refrigerator, for more than a year.
Per 1-cup serving:
2 g fat (0 g sat, 1 g mono)
0 mg cholesterol
20 g carbohydrate
4 g protein
5 g fiber
397 mg sodium
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non-seeking is perfect in itself. If one tries to be too clever
and supplement it with unnecessary qualities, then it will be
contaminated and destroyed. ~Chuang Tzu
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