Workshops and Special events
All workshops are on Sunday December 4 at 4:30 p.m. (1 to 2 hours in Length)
Interactive Movie screening is on Saturday December 3 at 4:30 p.m.
Come prepared with a yoga or exercise mat to move your body and energize and strengthen your Chi!
This 1/2 hour hands on, participatory presentation will be of immense potential value for those
who will clear 10 minutes a day to practice on a regular basis.The five ancient Tibetan rites have been
touted for their potential to normalize hormonal imbalances present in the body, thereby holding the
key to lasting youth, health, and vitality.
Many people report that they regain their youthfulness, health, and vitality by using these 5 movements
to start the seven principal energy centers which correspond to the seven endocrine glands, to spin normally again.
Come experience this for yourself!
Often, many people don't make the connection between their chronic aches and pains to their posture,
but the connection is very intimate. Furthermore, posture affects your mood and energy levels. Wouldn't it make sense
to make sure that you're giving yourself the best possible feeling? Learn how to make your aches and pains
go away and how to improve your digestion and mood by simply improving your posture.
Oh, and as a side benefit, you'll look better, too!
Igor will give you precise exercises to help you correct your posture.
You will work through 4 sequential steps to postural correction.
Do you ever get tempted by traditional holiday dishes or feel like an outcast on Christmas
with your bowl of fruit or your giant salad? Come by and learn some delicious and
comforting recipes that will satisfy that holiday craving and make people eager to
try what you're having! Presented by Celeste Frenette, ND and Pedja Milosavljevic,
RHN of "Sprouting Goodness".
The most difficult aspect of choosing any diet is that of convincing yourself that it is indeed the
right choice. Change is stress, even when the change is positive. The vast majority of us
blindly eat the standard diet without ever questioning it's role in our health. Meanwhile,
obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer are on the rise and considered epidemic. Scientific journals
are constantly touting the benefits of whole, raw fruits and vegetables, and
yet the mention of an unprocessed, plant based diet raises fear and concern. Plant based eaters are often
referred to as extremists. This belief is dangerous and counter-intuitive. In this lecture we will lay the
groundwork for improved levels of health, performance and an overall more enjoyable life.
- Why Eat a Plant Based Diet
- Overcoming Emotional Roadblocks
- Produce vs Products
- Daily Nutritional Needs
- Understanding Calories
- Understanding Carbs, Proteins and Fats
- Understanding Vitamins, Minerals and Phytonutrients
- Potential Deficiencies
- Social Strategies
If you're a man, you're probably inclined to lift weights, play sports, jog, or run long distances. You know that you should stretch, but always brush it off.
After all, isn't stretching just for women and yoga masters?
No. The fact is that stretching can actually make you better at lifting weights and playing sports. But there's a catch. Not just any old stretching routine will do. In fact, stretch the wrong way or the wrong muscles, and you could actually increase your chances of injury.
Shown by a personal trainer, kinesiologist, in this first-of-its-kind DVD, you will be shown assessments to help you figure out precisely what stretches you should do, how much, and how. This will allow you to individualize your stretching routine to fit your unique body type.
And ladies, the same reasons that its good for the gentlemen, it's good for you. You may be stretching the wrong muscles, and actually increasing your chances of injury. There is definitely such a thing as too much flexibility, and through the assessments, you will determine which muscles you should stop stretching.
With all the research, time, and effort that went into this DVD, you are going to want to watch it more than once.
If you would like to go through an assessment, please, bring a yoga mat.
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