500 Yoga Poses
Gluten Free Lifestyle
5 Things You Should
Never Do in a Yoga Class
Recipe of the Month
How to Contribute
HO-HO-HO! It's that time of year. Time to
bundle up, visit family and friends, bring good
cheer and enjoy the holiday season!
But before that hustle and bustle begins, take a
moment now so you can register early for our
upcoming classes and avoid any disappointment of
full or canceled classes come January.
You'll find all our classes on our website
www.intoyoga.ca. You can also learn about
instructors there too.
Have you got 4 minutes? Then we've got
500 Yoga poses that you can do.
Do you find your mind wandering in class? Or
maybe you're short on time and skip out before class
is over? Well, you might be interested in
5 things suggested never to
do in class.
Thinking about going gluten free? Check out some
scrumptious gluten free snacks.
These are delicious for everybody!
December is a busy month. So we thought we'd
take some of the guess work out of where to go and
what to see. I think you'll enjoy some of
these great Christmas must dos.
Be sure to visit our website regularly at
www.intoyoga.ca to keep up to date. Remember to
register early for upcoming classes to avoid disappointment.
You'll find all our classes at
Enjoy this month's newsletter!
500 Yoga Poses in Less Than 4
Are you having a hard time thinking of some new
variations to do during your Yoga practice?
Here's a great video that will give you 500 to
choose from. This will work your brain too.
500 Yoga Poses
Gluten Free Lifestyle
More and more people are seeing the need to avoid
gluten. Perhaps one of those people is you. But, did
you know gluten is not as scary as you may think?
Let’s start with the facts. Gluten is a nutritious
source of protein found in wheat, rye, oats, and
barley. It’s the “glue” that helps those oh-so-good
foods, like bread, maintain their shape.
Some people have allergies to gluten. For those with
sensitivities or intolerances, gluten can have an
adverse affect on the body.
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5 Things You Should Never
Do in a Yoga Class
So, you’ve started a yoga practice. You now
“do yoga.” You can do a sun salutation without
forgetting the sequence... you can’t get your hands
on the floor yet, but who cares.
Now, both long-term yogis and beginners tend to fall
into the same traps over and over again, so I
thought I’d highlight the most important things to
avoid when in class (and I guarantee that you’ve
done one of these at least once). To continue
Christmas Stuff to Excite Kids
(and Adults too)
'Tis the season. Are you
trying to think about some fun activities to do this
month that will make not only you happy, but kids of
all ages? Well, here's some thoughts.
Christmas Holiday Lights and Displays
Vancouver attractions and neighbourhoods light up
the holidays with incredible light displays that are
wonderful fun for all ages.
Gifts and Toys
Whether you're shopping for back-to-school fashion,
holiday gifts, home decor, or just for fun,
Vancouver is the place to be. From luxury brands to
inexpensive imports, you'll find what you need at
these Top 10 Vancouver shopping destinations.
Pictures with Santa
Santa Claus is coming to town for Christmas 2013!
Vancouver Santa Claus fans have lots of chances to
see the big guy this Christmas season at free mall
appearances and popular holiday attractions.
5 Must-Sees of the Season
Spending Christmas or the winter holidays in
Vancouver? Create fun, lasting memories by seeing at
least one of Vancouver's amazing annual holiday
attractions--or see them all.
Carrot Coconut Soup
View Original Recipe
Soup can be wonderfully satisfying and
phenomenally healthy if you make it with the
right ingredients. In this case, the “right”
ingredients include warming herbs and spices
like ginger, garlic, turmeric, and pepper,
combined with creamy coconut and a hint of
carrots and sweet potato for a bit of sweetness.
This carrot coconut soup is simple to prepare
– make it in big batches so you’ll have some
leftover to freeze. It’s particularly suited for
cool fall and winter days, but, really, you can
enjoy this soup any time of year.
What makes Carrot Coconut Soup so good for you.
here to find out.
1 large onion,
1 Tbsp. + 3 cups
2 Tbsp. fresh
4 medium cloves
1 tsp curry
powder or turmeric
2 cups sliced
1 cup sweet
potato, cut into
about 1/2-inch cubes
5 oz. coconut
Salt and white
pepper to taste
1. Chop onion and let it sit for at least five
minutes to bring out its health benefits.
2. Heat 1 Tbsp. broth in a medium soup pot.
Sauté onion in broth over medium heat for about
5 minutes, stirring often.
3. Add garlic and ginger and continue to sauté
for another minute.
4. Add curry powder or turmeric and mix well
5. Add broth, carrots, and sweet potato and
simmer on medium high heat until vegetables are
tender, about 15 minutes.
6. Add coconut milk.
7. Blend in batches making sure blender is not
more than half full. When it's hot, and the
blender is too full, it can erupt and burn you.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
8. Return to soup pot and reheat.
Nutritional Information: (N/A)