Cleanse Beside Weight Loss
An Intro to
Responding to Your
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Quote of the Month
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Ah, a long weekend! I hope you've been
enjoying it so far. I've been so busy, I
almost forgot to get this newsletter out!
April starts our new season of Spring classes.
Be sure to check our website
www.intoyoga.ca to find all our classes along
with their locations, times, costs, etc.
Here's a sneak preview of just a few of them.
Dancing Pilates is a
unique class mixing classical ballet barre repertoire
with traditional Mat Pilates and Standing Mat
Pilates to improve posture, placement, core
strength, alignment, balance and flexibility.
Yoga Dance offers
an eclectic combination of Salsa, Yoga and unique
Postural Reflex exercises, inspired by the Alexander
Pilates Fusion includes
the fundamentals of Pilates, promoting strength and stability
while lengthening the muscles and supporting the spine, with the
elements of Yoga to produce a more focused and calm mind.
And for the kids:
Mini Yogi (ages 3 - 5)
is not your typical
Yoga class for kids! This is a recreational program of motor
skill activities. Children learn through group tasks and
challenges that will allow them to gradually develop an
interest for yoga, sports and physical activities.
Yoga Games (ages 5 - 8)
dimensions of yoga through games incorporating
breath, body movements, dancing and songs.
Animal Kingdom (ages 2-4)
gets your little monkeys moving creatively! They’ll
have a blast jumping like frogs, lumbering like
gorillas, skittering like crabs, or swimming and
playing like whales, dolphins and seals.
www.intoyoga.ca to learn more about each class
and all the others we have to offer you this Spring.
Don't forget to register early to avoid
disappointment, some start in the next few days!
Enjoy this month's newsletter.
Important Yoga Poses for Beginners
If you are brand new to yoga, there
are certain postures that are essential for you to
learn so you can feel comfortable in a class or
practicing on your own at home.
It’s not easy to narrow everything down since there
are over 300 positions in the physical yoga (asana)
practice, but these poses can start you off on the
right path. If you do each one of these for 5-10
breaths, it also creates a great beginner’s yoga
program for you to do every day.
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Reasons to Cleanse Besides Weight Loss
Our programs are based on the science behind
intermittent fasting, a practice that has been
making waves in the media as the new regimen best
suited for weight loss. But, we've been promoting
the use of fasting as a tool to support overall
health and weight wellness since the company’s
inception in 2002.
The evidence that supports incorporating regular
fasting days into your lifestyle has exploded in
recent years. While weight loss is the benefit that
receives the most attention, there are many other
compelling reasons to make regular Cleanse Days part
of your routine. To
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Intro to Yoga Lingo
I came across this while searching for
articles. It made me laugh so I thought I'd
share it in this month's newsletter. To those
of you with "sensitive" ears, I apologize for
the language at the end. To
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to Your Baby's Cries
Crying serves several useful purposes for
your baby. It gives her a way to call for help when
she’s hungry or uncomfortable. It helps her shut out
sights, sounds, and other sensations that are too
intense to suit her. And it helps her release
You may notice that your baby has fussy
periods throughout the day, even though she’s not
hungry, uncomfortable, or tired. Nothing you do at
these times will console her, but right after these
spells, she may seem more alert than before, and
shortly thereafter she may sleep more deeply than
usual. This kind of fussy crying seems to help
babies get rid of excess energy so they can return
to a more contented state.
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Mustard Pork Tenderloin
Pork tends to get a bad reputation as an unhealthy
protein, but tenderloin is actually very lean. One
3-ounce serving has around 120 calories, 22 grams of
protein, and only 3 grams of fat, making it a great
choice for healthy, flavorful dinners.
This honey mustard pork tenderloin is an easy recipe
that's pretty hand-off, so you can do other things
(like make a salad!) while the meat is marinating
and cooking. It uses only six simple ingredients so
you can get a delicious dinner on the table easily.
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons dijon mustard
1/4 cup white wine vinegar
2 tablespoons fresh thyme leaves
1/2 teaspoon freshly cracked black pepper
1 1/2 pounds pork tenderloin (1 piece)
together honey, mustard, vinegar, thyme, and
pepper. Place pork tenderloin in a large zip-top
bag and pour in honey mustard mixture. Squish
around to make sure pork is completely covered.
Refrigerate at least one hour.
2) Heat oven to 425F. Lightly oil a baking
3) Place pork in dish, reserving marinade.
Roast 35 minutes to an hour (depending on the
thickness of the tenderloin), checking internal
temperature at 30 minutes. Pork is done when a
thermometer inserted into the center reads 145F.
Remove from oven and rest 10 minutes before
4) Place reserved marinade in a small
saucepan and boil 5 to 10 minutes or until
thickened, adding water as needed to keep from
5) Serve pork drizzled with honey mustard
Variation, Tips and