Well we're one month into the new year. Have
you been keeping your new year fitness resolutions?
We've got classes starting this month that can help
you maintain them, or get yourself going again.
Please check out our webpage at
www.intoyoga.ca/classes.htm. Be sure to
keep checking for new or updated classes.
Another way to reach or complement your wellness
goals is to try one of our nutritional cleanse
packs. Whether it's to release some unwanted
weight and inches, increase energy, or help your
body cope better with stress, we can show you how to
quickly and safely get results that last. If
you would like to hear more, consider joining us on
Saturday Feb 4 at Four Season's Hotel in Vancouver
at 10:00am for about an hour. Space is
limited, so please contact me at
email@example.com to reserve your seat.
Or come visit us at the 20th
Annual Wellness Show
at the Vancouver Convention Center Feb 18, 19, & 20. We'll be waiting for you at the
Isagenix booth #106.
Now your February Newsletter awaits you......
Embarrassing Yoga Stories
WARNING: Some of what you are about to read is
graphic. Some stories will give you a chuckle,
some stories will evoke sympathy, and some
unfortunately will bring about empathy because you
can relate too closely. Read at your own risk.
Happy Baby Pose (aka Window
Benefits: Releases the low back, stretches the
1. Come to lie on the back.
2. Bend the knees into the chest.
3. Open the knees, bringing them towards the
4. Stack each ankle directly over the knee,
so that the shins are perpendicular to the
5. Flex the feet.
6. Hold the outer edges of the feet at you
draw the knees towards the floor.
This pose is appropriate for both beginners
and advanced students.
Learn Baby Sign Language
Many people are amazed that babies as
young as 6 to 10 months old can learn sign language. They
think, "How can baby sign, when she can't even talk?" The
answer is quite simple. A baby knows what you are saying
long before she is able to speak the words herself. (Be
careful what you say in front of your baby!) And babies
develop the fine muscles in their hands long before they
develop the fine muslces in the mouth and tongue required
for speech. Thus, babies are equipped to communicate with
you with their hands before they can talk. So don't
underestimate your child. She will amaze you with what she
can say, with her hands!
Click here to continue reading.....
Teaching your little one to communicate through using baby
sign language can help alleviate some of the frustration
that can occur in baby's younger years.
Click here to learn some common words.
Rice and Chickpea Kale Rolls
with Pineapple Salsa (Serves 4)
Lacinato kale is the
easiest variety to fold for these emerald green