Four Tips to Beat Food
Ways to Make
Recipe of the Month
How to Contribute
We just celebrated my grandson's second birthday.
It never ceases to amaze me how fast time flies.
He's talking up a storm and bringing new words into
his vocabulary every day...a show of proof that
teaching babies to use sign language does not hinder
their speech. He's now dropping a lot of signs
as he can get his point across verbally, but it sure
helped diminish a lot of frustration in the interim.
As we finish out the summer, and prepare for our
Fall season, you can still drop in to many of our
classes this month. Our new schedule is on our website
www.intoyoga.ca and we'll be back
into full swing come September. Be sure to
check our class page regularly at
We've got lots of Yoga classes in store for
you...from prenatal to older adults to typical Hatha
Yoga for adults. We're also offering Pilates
and Meditation at some recreational centers, and of
course, lots of Baby Sign Language classes.
Again, you'll find all our classes at
Our newest addition to our Fall line up is
We're really excited to be offering this at
Greentree Village in Burnaby on Wednesday evenings
from 7pm - 8pm starting in September. Using
poolside and the water, you'll be taken through a
series of poses to finish your day. Before you
leave you'll even have the option to relax in the
sauna. And guess what! It's even
included in our
If you're an early riser, we'll be offering Power
Yoga, Flow Yoga and Pilates with Spice
from 6:30am - 7:30am
at Britannia Community Center. Check it
If we haven't seen you over the summer, we're
looking forward to seeing you in September.
Please take a moment to register for classes.
Early registration helps to eliminate disappointment
of full or canceled classes. Visit our website
www.intoyoga.ca often for updates.
Half Lotus (Ardha Padmasana)
-limbers pelvic area
and leg joints and muscles
-relieves pain in lumbar region of back
1. Sit with legs
outstretched, arms at sides.
2. Bend right leg and bring foot under left thigh
as close to groin as comfortable.
3. Bend left leg bringing foot up onto right
thigh as close to hip joint as possible.
4. Place hands on knees and relax shoulders.
Straighten back so crown of head is over top of
5. Hold for as long as comfortable breathing deeply.
6. Release and complete on opposite side.
Four Tips to Beat Food
Ever feel like your willpower to eat healthy
dwindles as the day goes on? Whether it’s vending
machine goodies that tempt you in the afternoon or
late-night dessert cravings before bed, studies have
shown there are certain times throughout the day
that you’re more likely to choose unhealthy meals or
snacks. By being aware of these tempting times and
following four measures below to prevent
over-indulgence, you’ll be able to stay committed to
eating healthy throughout the day.
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Ways to Make Exercise
Exercise can be a great way to improve both your
physical and social health. Exercise, when we were
kids, was called “play” and it was something fun we
did with our friends. Try to make sure your exercise
habit includes a social element – don’t just go to
the gym, work out, leave and not talk to anyone.
Instead, put social interactions into some of your
weekly exercise routines. This will keep you
motivated to keep exercising and provide an
opportunity to meet new people.
to find the best ways to make exercise social.
How to Communicate Before Your
Child Can Talk
It's not surprising that babies can learn how to
sign. Both their understanding of language and
their motor skills develop much faster than
their ability to speak. And they love to mimic: Most
babies, for example, discover how to wave and point
long before they can say "bye bye" or "look at that
"The idea of taking this one step further and
teaching babies a vocabulary of signs was inspired
by child development expert Joseph Garcia. To
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Pickled Cherry Tomatoes
(makes 3 cups)
View Original Recipe
Tomatoes are baked with summer squash under a
blanket of crispy breadcrumbs.
1 cup white balsamic vinegar
4 tsp. sugar
2 tsp. salt
2 chiles de arbol, crumbled
2 whole allspice
¼ tsp. cayenne pepper
1 clove garlic, peeled and
1 bay leaf
3 cups cherry tomatoes, halved
4 thyme sprigs
1. Bring vinegar, 3/4 cup water, sugar, salt,
chiles, allspice, and cayenne to a simmer in
saucepan. Stir to dissolve sugar, then remove
from heat. Cool 30 minutes.
2. Put garlic and bay leaf in bottom of 1-qt.
glass jar. Add tomatoes, and tuck thyme sprigs
along sides. Pour vinegar mixture over tomatoes,
and marinate 1 hour. Store up to 1 day in
Nutritional Information: Per tomato half
Protein: <1 g
Total Fat: <1 g
Saturated Fat: 0 g
Carbohydrates: <1 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: 8 mg
Fiber: <1 g
Sugar: <1 g