Summer has left us and Fall has welcomed us with a
big roar! It seems lots of people are happy to
be indoors right now, as many of our classes are
almost full. With people registering early for
classes, it has made a remarkable difference in what
we've been able to offer you. We attribute our
success to you!
Later this month, we'll be offering some new series
of classes, so be sure to check in at
and visit our "classes" pages. Let's keep the
momentum of full classes going!
This month's newsletter offers you a deep back bend
with the Bow Pose. This
is more of an intermediate asana, so challenge
yourself, but be gentle. Along with building
the immune system find out four other very important
reasons to be taking
Vitamin C daily. Want to improve your
flexibility? You can,
but don't expect to go from stiff to supple
overnight. Falafels anyone?
Why not eat a few while learning some
sign language to communicate not
only with friends, but your baby.
But first, check out our classes at
www.intoyoga.ca/classes.htm, and call the
location of your choice to register!
Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)
1. Lay on your stomach
with your legs straight and arms by your sides.
both knees and reach back with your hands to grasp
the inner edges of your feet or ankles.
3. Inhale deeply.
Exhaling, push your heels away from your buttocks,
lifting your thighs, head and chest away from the
floor. Keep your neck in line with your spine.
posture and breathe.
Exhaling release and relax.
Four Reasons Why Vitamin C is Important
When the cough, sniffles, and aches start, many
people will load up on extra vitamin C. Helping
boost the immune system is a familiar benefit of the
vitamin. But do you know what else vitamin C is good
for? Or how much vitamin C you need?
Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble
vitamin, meaning that it doesn’t build up in body
tissues for later use like fat-soluble vitamins (A,
D, E, and K). Rather, the body uses vitamin C when
it needs it and then flushes the rest out. The
benefit of this is that there is very little risk of
toxicity from supplementation. However, that also
means we have to constantly supply the body with
vitamin C to reach effective concentrations to reap
the health benefits it can provide.
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Improve Your Flexibility with
If you ask people why they exercise, most will stay
to stay healthy, keep fit, or because it makes them
feel good. Not a lot will mention flexibility, but
it's a key part of maintaining your health and
avoiding injury, especially as you age.
stretching you do in yoga is a great way to improve
your flexibility. It's a commonly held misconception
that you have to already be flexible to do yoga. In
fact, the opposite is true: doing yoga regularly is
a sure way to become more flexible. If that's your
goal, here are some poses that target major muscles
groups that tend to get tight from sitting for long
periods or even from other types of exercise, like
Staying in the poses for several minutes is
the way to get a good stretch. Many times you can
feel several different phases of opening as you stay
in a pose for longer. Don't expect overnight
changes, however. For best results, do your
stretches daily. Click
here for poses to give you some options to fit
your current level of flexibility.
Baby Sign Language
Whether you start your baby out with just a few repetitive
signs, or teach him/her everything you know, here's
10 starter signs to get you going.
Falafels (36 Balls)
The most time-consuming step in this recipe is
soaking the chickpeas for 24 hours. After that, the
falafel balls come together quickly and easily.
Serve with lettuce, tomatoes, tahini, hot sauce, and
a minty yogurt sauce, such as Cucumber Raita from
1 cup dried chickpeas, rinsed and sorted
1/2 tsp. plus 1/3 tsp. baking soda, divided
1 small leek, white and light green part cut into 4
or 5 pieces
1 cup fresh parsley leaves
3 cloves garlic, peeled
3 cloves garlic, peeled
1 Tbs. lemon juice
1 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. ground black pepper
3–4 drops hot sauce, optional
1. Place chickpeas and 1/2 tsp. baking soda in large bowl, and cover with 3
to 4 cups water. Soak chickpeas 24 hours. Drain.
2. Place chickpeas, remaining 1/3 tsp. baking soda,
leek, parsley, garlic, lemon juice, cumin, salt,
pepper, and hot sauce (if using) in bowl of food
processor. Process 30 seconds to 1 minute, or until
chunky paste forms.
3. Shape 1 Tbs. chickpea mixture into compact ball,
pressing out any excess moisture, and place on
plate. Repeat with remaining mixture.
4. Heat oil to 350°F in large skillet over medium
heat. Add 12 falafel balls, and cook 1 to 2 minutes,
or until browned on bottoms. Roll, and cook 1 to 2
minutes more, or until golden brown all over.
Transfer to paper-towel-lined plate to drain. Repeat
with remaining falafel balls.
Nutritional Information per Ball:
- Calories: 35
- Protein: 1 g
- Total Fat: 2 g
- Saturated Fat: <1 g
- Carbohydrates: 4 g
- Cholesterol: 0 mg
- Sodium: 46 mg
- Fiber: <1 g
- Sugar: <1 g