Yoga for Upper Body Strength
What to Do
When Your Toddler Won't Eat
Recipe of the Month
How to Contribute
Welcome to the official launch of our summer
programs! Although we pare down considerably
in what we offer over July and August, we still have
a few Yoga classes and Pilates that we hope you'll
enjoy. Be sure to visit our website at
www.intoyoga.ca for all the updated information.
Last month we had an article about building leg
strength and this month we're focusing on
strengthening the upper body.
Now you can practice a full body workout!
In this newsletter we also have you strengthening
your diaphragm and breathing
deeply while you learn step by step how to do
the Belly Breath properly.
Whether you suffer from Celiac
Disease or not, the article we've included about
it may be of interest to you. I hope it will
help to enlighten you just a little bit more.
Worried your child will develop
a nutritional deficiency because they won't eat
what's put in front of them? It's not likely, unless
your child is rejecting an entire food group for an
extended period of time. But we've found some
ideas that may help you through this frustrating
Do you like quinoa and teriyaki?
If you do, include some veggies and you'll really
enjoy this month's recipe.
Before you go anywhere, don't forget to take a moment to check out our
classes and register early. Please visit our website
Enjoy the newsletter!
Upper Body Strength
focuses on building strength in your upper body. Its
partner article, Yoga for Leg Strength (you'll find
it in last month's newsletter), can be done
alongside this one for a full body workout, or done
on different days of the week to balance your
workout week. To learn about the poses, click
Did you know that even though celiac disease affects
only one in 133 people in North America, 83 percent
of those people go undiagnosed?
For those who might be affected, celiac awareness
can be the first step to feeling better as it can
take an average length of four years for a person
exhibiting symptoms to be diagnosed. The only known
treatment for celiac symptoms is a strict diet free
of gluten, which is the protein found in wheat, rye,
and barley. To
continue reading, click
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Stress, poor posture, snug clothes,
and habit are some of the reasons that keep us from
breathing properly. We wind up using our chest
muscles instead of our abdomen.
Belly breathing, also called diaphragmatic
breathing, is a simple deep breathing technique that
teaches you how to use your diaphragm, a sheet of
muscle at the bottom of our lungs and the most
important muscle for breathing.
It is often used as a complementary therapy for
anxiety disorders and may also help to boost energy
The goal should be to breathe this way all of the
Here are the step-by-step instructions. To
continue reading, click
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What to Do When Your Toddler
Well, itís happened. Your child has
become one of "those kids". You know, those kids who
will only eat orange foods, or bread and cheese, or
potato chips and fruit snacks, or apples. Try as you
might, they just wonít eat anything green, or foods
that arenít crunchy, or any meats. You tried to
convince them, maybe even bribe them (gasp), but
they just wonít give in. Leave it to a toddler to
have iron will power.
But rest assured, itís happened to the best of us.
And in the nutritional world, we call them food jags
or food ruts. To continue reading, click
Veggie-Quinoa Teriyaki Stir-Fry
When lunch or dinner rolls around and you want
something a) healthy and b) easy to make, it's just five ingredients away...
1 cup uncooked quinoa, rinsed thoroughly
1 tbsp. chopped garlic
6 cups frozen stir-fry veggies
4 cups broccoli florets
1/2 cup all-natural thick teriyaki marinade or sauce
In a medium pot, combine quinoa, 1/2 tbsp. garlic,
and 2 cups water. Bring to a boil, and then reduce
heat to low. Cover and let simmer for 15 minutes, or
until water has been absorbed and quinoa is fully
cooked. Transfer to a large bowl, and cover to keep
Bring a very large skillet sprayed with nonstick
spray to medium heat. Add remaining 1/2 tbsp.
garlic, stir-fry veggies, broccoli, and 1/4 cup
water. Cover and cook until veggies have mostly
softened, 6 - 8 minutes.
Uncover, and cook and stir until excess liquid has
evaporated and veggies are fully softened, about 2
Add teriyaki sauce and cooked quinoa and mix well.
Cook and stir until hot, about 1 minute. Serve up
Serving (2 cups):
4g total fat (0g sat fat)