Monday, November 28, 2016
Sunday, December 4th @ 2pm Yoga class (all levels) for 60 minutes with local teacher Sophie Jaffe
Hotchkiss Park 2302 4th St, Santa Monica 90405
Bring a mat.
Fit Girl Club table is also offering free nutrition consultations
Keep calm and Om on.
'Tis the season to be healthy.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Yoga with adoptable cats on Sat Dec 3rd @ noon
NKLA Pet Adoption Center, located at:
1845 Pontius Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90025
$20 Donation to Best Friends Animal Society includes a class with Lee Wolfort of YogaWorks, one ZICO coconut water, one Nature's Bakery fig bar, and a mat for the duration of the 45 minute class.
And what's more - if you fall in love with any cats joining you in yoga, your $20 donation is applicable towards their adoption fee!
***Please Note - This class will be filmed.
RSVP @ http://bit.ly/2ghwgwE
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
The Yoga Expo is coming to L.A at the Convention Center on December 17th! This is the chance to treat yourself to a day of wellness with unlimited yoga and meditation, local/ sustainable food, live music and a special yoga marketplace. Kids under 12 are free.
Over 50 yoga studios and 150 classes will be offered all day.
I have attended many health/ fitness and yoga events from International Day of Yoga to
So far, my favorite event was IDEA World Fitness Conference www.ideafit.com
I was at the Green Festival, another great event at the Convention Center. Tip: Take the Expo line from West L.A and save $ on parking.
Monday, November 14, 2016
It's time to be grateful for the blessings in our lives. It's time to pause and reflect on what's good and gather with loved ones to celebrate Thanksgiving.
I made a short gratitude list today. Here are 5 things I'm thankful for:
1. My family
2. My health
3. Free yoga
4. My teachers & people who inspire me
5. The library
What are you grateful for?
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Days are getting shorter and soon, it'll be Thanksgiving. This Sunday, we will turn back the clock one hour. I'd rather we don't have Daylight Saving because it takes me a few days to adjust to the time change. A few things that'll help are:
1. Exposure to sunlight
2. Have a set time to go to sleep
I walk my dog every morning and I workout during lunch. I try to go to sleep around 11 pm every night. I plan to be moderate during the holidays. I will eat until I am 70-80% full and stop. I will exercise at least 6 times a week. I may even go on a few hikes during the weekends. How do you plan to have a healthy holiday?