Six Holiday Survival Tips was written with you in mind! While this is the season for giving and being with family, it can also be a stressful time. Well, here are six holiday survival tips to prepare you for the rest of the year.
The holiday season is a time to celebrate with family and friends. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when any people eat too much and gain weight. Of course you can control whether you overeat or allow yourself to gain weight.
Much of the practice of yoga is centered in the idea of balance. Rather than building muscle but ignoring flexibility, or flexibility without strength, we seek both. We seek to open and express and develop our self across dimensions of being: physical, spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social. This doesn't mean that we strive for the fullest expression of each of these aspects, but that we breathe toward both: like a focal point, still and strong, able to stretch outward in more than one direction.
With the holidays upon us, many of us are too busy to eat healthy, due to lack of time to prepare or even shop for food.Thanks to PN Nutrition, I can share the following chart with you, helping YOU eat better and plan better.Happy Holidays. Heike Yates
Posted by Heike Yates @ Monday, December 07, 2015 @ 16:28pm
Holiday fitness survival guide is our topic of discussion for today. This time of year has different challenges that compete with our motivation to exercise. The change of the season with it being darker longer is a challenge to our exercise time. The holiday shopping we do is a challenge to our exercise time. Also, holiday parties and spending more time with our families is another challenge to our exercise time.
Frosty 5K and Merry Mile Have Frisco Getting Ready to RunNothing proves that you’ve been taking your fitness goals seriously like competing in a race, and if you live in the Frisco region, your next chance is coming up in just a couple of weeks.The Frosty 5K and Merry Mile will be held on December 12th. If you’re not familiar with this event, it’s broken into two components. First, there is the Merry Mile race, which begins at 8:00 a.m. Then half an hour later, the Frosty 5K takes off.
Posted by Robert Todd @ Friday, November 27, 2015 @ 16:24pm
There will be no lack of options for yoga classes on Thanksgiving. However, I suspect that many of my students, and many people generally will less be making a choice of which of a dozen classes to attend, than between yoga and cooking, travel, family, and other duties and pleasures. I thought I would make a few suggestions of ways to adapt your practice to the more common needs of this time of year, and to doing that practice even if you cannot make it to your usual class.