40 Tips for Weight Loss - New Workshop Coming in March!


  • Tip #1:  Drink warm water.  
  • Tip #2:  Chew your food; slow down.  
  • Tip #3:  More yoga (by the way wait two hours after eating to practice yoga - down dogs are not pleasant after eating).  
  • Tip #4:  Eat 80% of your food intake by 2:00 p.m.  Ease on down for supper - eat light.  
  • Tip #5:  Have a seat to eat.  
  • Tip #6:  Eat vegetables, and if you are still hungry - eat more veggies!  Get green and lean.  
  • Tip #7:  Take a Breath Break  Sit quietly for as long as you can get away from the noise, busy-ness, and chaos of every day life.  Breathe.  In through the nose, out through the nose.  1:2 ratio.  
  • Tip #8:  Try Apple Cider Vinegar (two teaspoons in an 8 ounce glass of water).  
  • Tip #9:  If you make a mistake, just start again the very next meal.  Exercise the very next day.  Never allow days to go by where you look at your yoga mat or your tennis shoes and wonder when the last time was that you exercised for your well-being.  
  • Tip #10:  Eat according to your own personal dosha's well-being.   
  • Tip #11:  Energize Your Lungs.  
  • Tip #12:  Energize Your Brain.  
  • Tip #13:  Energize Your Intestines.  
  • Tip #14:  Energize Your Liver.  
  • Tip #15:  Energize Your Thyroid.  
  • Tip #16:  Exercise for at least 30 minutes each day; optimally, you should work up to 50 to 70 minutes.  Bring your heart rate up and break a sweat. 
  • Tip #17:  Ask for God's help.  
  • Tip #18: Stop eating (the wrong thingsnot eating at all, or overeating) due to depression, despair, or discouragement. 
  • Tip #19:  Think positive by changing one thought at a time.  
  • Tip #20:  Drink a lot (not alcohol), preferably water.  "The general guideline is enough ounces equal to one-half your body weight. So if you weigh 150 lbs, drink 75 oz of liquid each day."  Janet Parachin
  • Tip #21:  Speaking of alcohol, we must face the facts that alcoholic beverages will slow down our weight loss.  Tip number twenty-one is "don't drink your calories."
  • Tip #22:  Find a Friend that you can share your journey with, exercise with, and call when the cravings are at their worst.
  • Tip #23:  Loneliness aggravates stress and overeating, eating foods that are toxic for us, or under-eating.  Get out of the house, out of the office, out of wherever we feel trapped and force ourselves to be around people who nurture us.  
  • Tip #24:  25 Grams of Fiber!  Every day add foods that are high in fiber.  The "c" word (constipation) keeps toxins in our bodies.
  • Tip #25:  Everything in balance.  Keep your primary and secondary doshas (vata, pitta, or kapha) in a healthy place by eating on time, sleeping well, meditating for at least 5 minutes, and exercising every day.
  • Tip #26:  Do your yoga homework.
  • Tip #27:  Eat clean; abs are made in the kitchen!
  • Tip #28:  Protein counts!  Get it in whichever way you believe.  46 grams for women; 56 grams for men each day!  
  • Tip #29:  Let go of your ego
  • Tip #30:  Men and Yoga.  Just do it!
  • Tip #31:  "Here comes the Judge!" Let it go.  Let it go.  Let it go.  No jealousy, no competition, no comparison.  
  • Tip #32:  Women and Yoga.  Why do I say "women?"  Men do multi-tasking, as well, and usually with the remote; but, women are famous for it.
  • Tip #33:  Patience is a virtue.  Give yourself the gift of time.
  • Tip #34:  Try partner yoga; it is a great way to build communication, trust, and yoga alignment.
  • Tip #35:  Sweet tooth - eat more fresh fruit to curb the sweet taste!
  • Tip #36:  Journaling helps you win.  If you write every single day, you will get to know yourself better and help yourself calm down after a frustrating day or before a day that is over-scheduled.
  • Tip #37:  Accountability is the way to keep you on track and out of trouble.
  • Tip #38:  A great recipe for disaster is eating nachos and buffalo wings at holiday get togethers!
  • Tip #39:  What to do before the party starts....exercise, eat normal meals, and watch out for grazing or starving yourself.
  • Tip #40:  Life coaching!  Come to the workshop on March 9th to hear Karen Kuykendall speak on the different stages of a woman's life.  I will be teaching YIN yoga poses (including Moon Salutes).  Yin Yoga poses help to calm our sympathetic nervous system down with forward folding.  Men and women are welcome to attend.  Women will understand themselves better, and men will try!
Forty tips for Victory.  


Our yoga weight loss workshop is winding down.
  

The Sunday class has one more meeting. 
 

The Saturday group has two more lessons.  


Thank you for your hard work in changing your life forever! 

 Double Shoe Lace pose - Yin yoga pose


However, on Saturday afternoon, March 9, 2013, 


Karen Kuykendall, a certified Life Coach, will be teaching.  


Men and women are invited.  I will be teaching the yoga part with all Yin 


Postures along with Moon Salutes.   1:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
 

Make plans to join us for $30.00 workshop fee.



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Yoga for this week includes the following:


Monday, February 4, 2013

5:30 a.m.    Yoga for Runners and Cyclists

12:00 p.m.  Noon Yoga Core workout

5:30 p.m.    Power Yoga - Strength and Stretch


Tuesday, February 5, 2013

10:00 a.m.  Vinyasa Flow for Seasoned Beginners and Intermediates

12:00 p.m.  Noon Chair Yoga

4:00 p.m.    Vinyasa Flow for Beginners

5:00 p.m.    Meditation for 45 minutes (5 minute segments)

6:00 p.m.    Flexibility Yoga for Lower Body


Wednesday, February 6, 2013

7:30 a.m.    Bring a Friend for Free Day (all day long)

12:00 p.m.  Any Way You LIke It!

5:30 p.m.    Power Yoga - Tone it up!


Thursday, February 7, 2013

10:00 a.m.  Vinyasa Flow for Seasoned Beginners and Intermediates

12:00 p.m.  Noon Chair Yoga

4:00 p.m.    Power Yoga - Glow and Glisten

5:00 p.m.    Meditate with Me - You will be happier; come and see!

6:00 p.m.    Flexibility Yoga for Upper Body


Friday, February 8, 2013

5:30 a.m.    Yoga for Runners and Cyclists

12:00 p.m.  Noon Yoga for Back Health

5:30 p.m.    T.G.I.F. Yoga - Power Yoga for Everybody


Saturday, February 9, 2013

7:30 a.m.    Yoga for All

9:00 a.m.    Core Vinyasa Flow

10:30 a.m.  Weight Loss Workshop

(Coming on February 23, 2013 at 10:30 a.m.  Kundalini/Hatha Yoga)



Sunday, February 10, 2013

2:30 p.m.  Last Weight Loss workshop for the Sunday Weight Loss 

(no class will be scheduled for this time period next week)

4:00 p.m.  Family Yoga with Partner Poses

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I received a call from a very nice lady who is interested in a home school yoga class.  

Please contact me if you would like to see this on the 

schedule.  It would take 6 consistent people to make the class.  

Hope to see you soon!
Namaste'
Jeanne K.
Our staff includes:
Micah Davis,
Debbie Seals,
and trainee Alyssa Worth

Receptionists:  Suzanne Dossett and Kim Turnbaugh

Parking Attendant, Janitor, Landscaper, and Building Contractor:  Brian Doss  (ask him about the new yoga room)

$10 to drop in
$45 for six classes in one month (immediate family)
$110 for twenty classes in six months (immediate family)
$80 for monthly Unlimited (only one person) - auto renews next month - same day
$432 for six months Unlimited (only one person)
$30 for one workshop afternoon

We accept cash, check, and credit card with the Square.  There is a courtesy fee of 2.75% if you use Master Card, VISA, Discover card, or American Express.

Coming soon!  31 Day Challenge in March - 31 days of yoga for entering your name in a gift package prize drawing for free six months of yoga.  All new clients can purchase 31 days for $31.00.  Teachers are not included.

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