I hope you had a wonderful holiday season, and your
2013 is filled with abundance and joy.
This is the time of year that resolutions are made,
especially when it comes to our health. But
how many times (years) have you made a commitment to
do it "right" only to fall off shortly after.
This year, make it different. Join our Healthy
Body Challenge and have a chance to win lots of
fabulous prizes. Click
here to find out more. Registration ends
January 1, but for readers of this newsletter, I'll
extend the deadline to
January 3 2013....so contact me NOW at
To get even better results, couple the Healthy Body
Challenge with our new Yoga for Weight Loss
If you've got little ones, consider trying our Yoga
Tots or our new Kid's Yoga, Movement and Dance
class. They'll love it!
Of course we still have your favorites like, Hatha
Yoga, Yoga for Older Adults, Yoga for Anxiety
Relief, Prenatal Yoga, Baby Sign Language and much
more. Visit us at
www.intoyoga.ca or go directly to our classes at
Registration for all our classes has already begun.
Be sure to register early to avoid disappointment of
a full class or cancelation of a class.
Ever thought of bringing Yoga or Pilates into your
work place? Not only could you get your
classes for free, but you could also earn a
$100 cash. Click
here for more details.
We're looking forward to seeing you this year!
1. From a seated position, bring the legs
straight up to a 45 degree angle.
2. The torso will naturally fall back, but do not
let the spine collapse. Make a "V" shape with the
3. Bring the arms out straight in line with the
4. Balance on the
Beginners: Bend the knees if necessary,
bringing the calves parallel the the floor. This is
Half Boat Pose (click the photo to see this
Advanced: To increase core strength,
release from the pose bringing the legs and torso
simultaneously towards the floor and hold just
before you touch the floor. Come back up into the
pose like a sit-up. Repeat this several times.
If you're more visual, here's a great
video to help you go through the Boat Pose
Sculpt Away Your Deadly Belly Fat
Are you working hard to get those chiseled
abs? Even more importantly, do you want to live a
long, healthy life without the burden of disease?
Remember to SCULPT your physique using these six
strategies and carve away toxic visceral fat for
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Ten Stretches for the Office
Ever have the feeling that your shoulders have
risen all the way up to your ears, and your back is
turning into a knot from sitting all day while you
work? Stress relief is only a step away, from your
desk, that is. With these 10 yoga poses and
stretches—which you can do at the office—along with
a focus on deep breathing, it’s easy to let some of
your stress fall away.
Loosen up the kinks and knots that form after
being glued to your seat hour after hour, and you’ll
be more refreshed and ready to tackle anything…even
the next Meeting From Hell. "Our bodies simply
weren't meant to sit all day long,” says Sandy
Blaine, author of Yoga for Computer Users
and longtime resident yoga teacher and wellness
consultant at Pixar Animation Studios. To
Yoga for Kids
Children can enjoy many of the same
benefits of yoga that adult do, such as improved
body awareness, coordination, and stress relief.
Although children are naturally flexible, they
probably will not do the poses “correctly” in the
adult sense of the word, so it’s important to keep
things simple. More than learning the poses, the
yoga experience will encourage kids to explore the
unfamiliar with open minds and be comfortable in
their bodies. For kids who are not good at (or don’t
enjoy) conventional sports, yoga may provide a
much-needed physical outlet in a noncompetitive
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Savoy Cabbage with
Carrot-Ginger Dressing (serves 4)
Blended raw carrots give this zippy dressing texture
and color. Make extra, and keep it in the fridge for
dipping raw vegetables.
½ cup grated carrots
2 Tbs. finely chopped fresh ginger
2 Tbs. rice vinegar
1½ Tbs. chunky mixed-grain or white miso paste
1 Tbs. roasted sesame oil
2 tsp. grape seed or canola oil
1 tsp. maple syrup
4 cups thinly sliced savoy cabbage (½ cabbage)
1 medium radicchio head, thinly sliced (1½ cups)
½ cup thinly sliced sweet onion (½ small onion)
2 Tbs. hemp seeds, optional
1. To make Dressing: blend all ingredients in
blender until smooth.
2. To make Salad: Toss together cabbage, radicchio,
avocado, and onion in large bowl. Pour in Dressing,
and toss gently until all salad ingredients are
coated with Dressing. Sprinkle hemp seeds on top, if
using, and serve.
Nutritional Information per 1 3/4-cup salad:
Calories: 199; Protein: 4 g; Total Fat: 11 g;
Saturated Fat: 2 g; Carbohydrates: 17 g;
Cholesterol: 0 mg; Sodium: 242 mg; Fiber: 7 g;
Sugar: 7 g