Join our free live workshop!
Jan. 15th 2020
@ 7:00 p.m. CST / 6 p.m. MST
This is the time of year that everyone wants to set lofty goals and resolutions.
But really, has that ever been effective?
This year, why not try something new?
How does a practical whole body approach sound?
Instead of setting one large health goal that will likely not serve you long-term, why not try embracing small micro steps to how you fuel your body, take care of your mind, and move your body?
Join us for a free workshop where we cover how you can do this!
There is no homework or pressure to actually do something different. We just want to hang out with you to show you how health is more than just nutrition, and that achieving optimal health is really takes a whole-body-mind approach!
Mindfulness. Nutrition. Fitness.
We are going to cover 3 main areas in this workshop!
- The Science of Stress: Learn about the different types of stress and how to implement stress management strategies.
The ‘S’ word! It’s a word that occupies our thoughts and feelings far too often than it should. Stress is the outcome of being under pressure, in danger, or pulled in multiple directions at once. When it becomes chronic, stress can have some serious side-effects such as increased blood pressure, fatigue, depression, anxiety and in severe cases, diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Practicing self-care is the best defence we have!
- Fuelling your body with balanced nutrition: Learn how to build a better balanced lunch and dinner - simply & easily.
Nutritionally balanced meals help balance your appetite, blood sugars, hormones and cravings!
We are going to show you how to optimize your nutrition by working towards having a balanced plate at meals. This is important for meals eaten at home as well as those eaten out in restaurants. If you are always hungry and struggling with food cravings, you won’t want to miss this workshop!
- Training the Basics of Fitness: Building a Foundation with 5 Pillars of Fitness - Learn how to master the basics: Mastering the basics allows you to build a foundation, and just like your home, your body needs a solid foundation
The rise of the Internet, as well as the myths and misinformation that plague the fitness industry, have made training confusing for even the most advanced trainees. On any given day you can read endless articles talking about how you should be doing a certain exercise or how you should be training. Confusion is at an all time high, especially for new trainees. Here, we are going to show you a basic exercise routine that will help you build a solid foundation!
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