Pose of a Child
The Problem with
Juicing and Fasts
Poses to Establish Your Routine
Recipe of the Month
How to Contribute
I hope you brought in the new year with family,
friends and good cheer! Are you ready to take
on 2014 and make it your best year yet?!
We've got some new classes this season.
at Champlain Heights Community Center creates freedom of expression and a full body workout
combining Yoga, dancing
(Persian and Belly Dancing), and meditation, in one fun and invigorating class.
Begin with a warm up of Yoga postures followed by dance movements and concluding
with a cool down, relaxation, and meditation. This is a great workout
helping to lose weight while increasing stamina. It strengthens and tones
muscles in a fun and pleasurable way. It also helps open up the line of Chakras
(energy centers), inside the body. Everybody is welcome to join, regardless of
their age, level of flexibility or experience.
Meditation - Yoga Nidra at Sunset
Community Center is a
powerful technique in which one learns to consciously relax. The
word nidra is Sanskrit for 'sleep'. A guided meditation
practiced while lying on the floor, an hour of Yoga Nidra
meditation is to the body the equivalent of four hours of
dynamic restful sleep and is an ideal practice for anyone who
would like to feel more connected, improve memory and increase
Postnatal Yoga at Kerrisdale Community
Center allows mom time for herself (without her
little one) to regain her pre-pregnant body. The
focus of these classes will be on toning and
restoring strength in the upper body, abdomen and
pelvic floor after child birth, as well as
addressing the emotional needs of the new mom. Meet
other moms in a supportive community environment,
while fostering your own yoga practice, with people
who are experiencing the same developments and
changes you are.
Got wee ones? Consider Baby Sign
Language or Yoga Tots.
We adjusted the time for Weight Loss Yoga at
Champlain Heights to begin at 8:00pm. And we
continue to offer Love Your Body Yoga at Greentree
Village on Wednesday nights and Champlain Heights on
Thursday nights. We've got LOTS of Yoga
classes to offer you and even Pilates. You'll find
all our classes at
Register early for classes to avoid disappointment.
We've been experiencing full classes, but when we
don't have enough people, classes get canceled.
We'd hate to have to turn you away in either event.
Find out what's happening at
www.intoyoga.ca and visit our "Classes" page
You've still got time to kick off January with our
2014 New Year, New You health
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support, along with one of our 30 Day Health and
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Pose of a Child (Balasana)
constipation, aids digestion
-relieves tension in back, shoulders and neck
-makes knees more flexible
-stimulates abdominal organs and the nerves in the
-strengthens pelvic and leg muscles
-loosens shoulders, spine and hips
-stimulates circulation to the upper body
-strengthens ankles and feet
Sit on your
heels, with feet flat.
2. Exhaling, lower your chest onto your
thighs, resting your forehead on the floor
in front of your knees.
3. Bring your arms back, palms up, beside
your legs, so your hands rest by your feet.
4. Remain in this position for as long as
The Problem with Juicing and
There’s no shortage of diet fads
out there for losing weight quickly. Juicing and
juice fasting is one that has been around for a
while—its premise being to consume fresh-squeezed
juice from fruits and vegetables daily or
exclusively for a day or up to 10 days or more.
However, a recent study in the British Medical
Journal found that people who consumed fruit in
the form of juices (more than three glasses of fruit
juice a week) actually increased their risk of
developing type 2 diabetes by 8 percent, while those
who consumed their fruit whole lowered their risk of
developing type 2 diabetes by 2 percent.
The problem is that the process of juicing
extracts the nutrients and water from a vegetable or
fruit and leaves behind the fibrous pulp. While the
act of squeezing out some of the good stuff in
fruits and vegetables—antioxidants, vitamins,
minerals, etc.—screams healthy elixir, this
processing also removes the nutrient-rich skin along
with healthy fiber and a substantial amount of
vitamins and minerals. There is also one other major
caveat: sugar is squeezed out, too.
Depending on what fruits and vegetables are
chosen to juice, the sugar content can climb pretty
high. Without the fiber to slow down absorption,
drinking the juice can send blood sugar levels
spiking and crashing, leading to feelings of extreme
hunger, irritability, and fatigue.
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Yoga Poses to Establish
Practicing yoga poses means transforming the
body’s stress, anxiety, ill health, unhappiness and
anger into a peacefulness and energetic form of
health. Yoga is a good way of relaxation because it
can relieve the tension in your body and mind
without experiencing tiredness and overexertion.
Yoga poses provides flexibility, reinforces the
muscles and even decreases fat build-up and also
develops the circulation of blood and performance of
specific organs in your body. There are a wide range
of yoga poses that can aid a person to achieve a
high level of self-awareness, steadiness, and
For practicing yoga poses, you need to
concentrate on your body and mind. Yoga poses will
recover your health and enhance your quality of
Let’s look at a few simple poses and the way to
do them. Click
to see the series of poses, benefits and more.
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Chocolate Tapioca Pudding
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In this recipe, granulated tapioca thickens
chocolate soymilk into a luscious pudding without
the addition of flour or eggs. Granulated tapioca
cooks up smaller and smoother than pearl tapioca, so
the pudding may just win over avowed tapioca pudding
1 qt. chocolate soymilk
1/8 tsp. salt
1/4 cup quick-cooking granulated tapioca,
such as Let’s Do…Organic
2/3 cup gluten-free vegan chocolate chips,
such as Enjoy Life
Bring soymilk and salt to a simmer in
medium saucepan over medium heat. Stir in tapioca,
and reduce heat to low. Cook at a low simmer 20 to
25 minutes, or until tapioca is transparent and
pudding begins to thicken. Remove from heat, and
stir in chocolate chips until melted. Cool
completely before serving.
Nutritional Information per 1/2 cup Serving:
- Calories: 159
- Protein: 3 g
- Total Fat: 6 g
- Saturated Fat: 3 g
- Carbohydrates: 26 g
- Cholesterol: 0 mg
- Sodium: 89 mg
- Fiber: 2 g
Sugar: 15 g