This 10-day e-course will give you the tools you need to shed any baggage you have accumulated, whether physical or emotion, as well as help you body heal from an overload of sugary, processed foods.You’ll also learn how to continue this healthier method of feeding yourself and your family throughout the year so that you can combat cravings when they arise and discover kinder, cleaner ways to treat your digestive system.This program will help you ease the stress on your digestive system and stabilize your immune function so you can retain this nourished, light, healthy feeling throughout the fall season and beyond.
What you will receive:
*2 “live” support phone calls during the course (will be recorded for those who cannot participate live)
*Daily emails to check-in
*Access to a private facebook group where you can chat with, share your experiences and support others in the program with you
*Seasonal Recipe Book full of time-tested, simple and satisfying plant-based recipes
You will also have the opportunity to participate in an Orientation phone call to help give you guidance in how to begin your new eating plan, as well as the reasoning and science behind this method. Orientation phone call will take place on Thursday September 24th at 2:30pm.
Give yourself a new plan for sustainable health and wellness that will make you feel fantastic inside and out!
Listen to Naomi talk about the program here:
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Please bring a water bottle and wear athletic shoes.
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This comparative anatomy workshop explores 14 major joints of the body that account for most of our yoga postures. For each joint we will perform bone range of motions tests on ourselves and on each other and then demonstrate how each varying joint will express itself in specific yoga postures.
In analyzing why a person can or cannot “do” a particular posture in somehow prescribed “right way” we must learn to look past the aesthetics of the pose and see each person’s unique moving skeleton. Learning to identify which joints are involved in a yoga posture and then determining whether a joint is in a state of compression (two bones moving towards each other) or tension (two bones moving away from each other and thus stretching tissue) is essential to understanding why every person looks differently in their postures.
Anatomy is a vast subject, but this playful, interactive workshop will reveal the basics in a way that clarifies and simplifies the yoga practice - putting the attention back where it belongs - how the key action of each pose makes you feel energetically. In this workshop, participants often experience an “ah-ha” moment about their body and their practice, which can be powerfully liberating and self-accepting.
This workshop is great for beginners and experienced practitioners alike!