Yoga and Dance in 1 class? YES PLEASE
Come join me on Sunday at YOGANCE!
Sunday 8/10 Cap21 studios in “the shop” 2-3pm. 18 west 18th street between 5&6th ave. No sign up. First come, first serve. $15
The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Reebok
I wasn’t sure what to expect taking yoga at a retail store…
It was definitely a cool experience practicing yoga in a store (that was still open for business) with the doors wide open to the streets and still being able to feel a sense of calmness. Tara’s a great yoga instructor because not only does she give you an intense workout she makes it fun. Tara laughed so much during class it was impossible not to enjoy the workout.
Reebok’s FitHub doesn’t just stop at yoga…they offer a variety of classes featuring world-class instructors Joe DeSena, Carrie Tollefson, Rachel Newsham, Mark Nu’u, Gerren Liles, and Team J2Fit.
Keep an eye out for their continual fitness schedule from yoga to running, CrossFit and more at all their FitHub stores in the New York and New Jersey area: Westchester, Garden State, Upper East and 5th Ave.
Sign up for classes here! ** Note they fill up QUICKLY
-Have you ever been to Tara Stiles class? What do you think?
- Have you ever tried Reebok’s FitHub?
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(I’ll make sure to review it once I get it!)
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Now this is how you age well!
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Contest ends Friday, August 1st.
While I was in Paris I had an amazing opportunity to take ballet photos with a talented photographer: Pierre Prospero.
C’était comme dans un rêve.
Working in social media your day never ends as there’s always a new tweet or facebook update. I work holidays (yes Christmas morning), birthdays, weekends, etc
It’s easy to get lost on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and blogs. I often find myself working through lunch and eating at my desk.
Feeling stuck or in a rut?
1. Disconnect. Separate yourself from screen time (aka your phone, computer, iPad, etc.) every single day. While it’s probably not feasible in this day and age to go completely tech-free, it is important to disconnect from the digital world and reconnect with the people around you.
It’s incredible what a phone call (try it– you might even scare the person) or small gesture like a personal note means these days.
1) They’re not afraid of carbs.
There’s no ‘low carb‘ fad in France. Everywhere you look people are eating baguettes. And they are delicious.
There is nothing like a French baguette or pain au chocolate (my favorite.)
The key? As with everything in life, moderation and balance.
Here are a few places that kept me healthy during my trip:
I should write Karine and Thibaut (owners) a letter and thank them for allowing me to eat whatever I wanted while in Paris. The Yoga Factory‘s hot Vinyasa flow, although quite expensive, has been my saving grace. I go to classes here 2-3x/week and sweat my butt off with an intense workout. My favorite class was the ‘Dynamique‘ which worked your entire body.Move – Play – Connect
25 Euros/class or 10-class package for 180
106 rue Amelot (3rd)
Located right next to my Yoga studio (I’m such a New Yorker- after yoga I want green juice) this new Paris Juice Bar is delicious. They have every juice combination you could ever want (even adding fun ingredients like Maca, Sprulina, etc) And it’s much cheaper than other juice bars in Paris!
You MUST try their salad combination platter (photo above). I ate these at least 3x/week and it was always fun to see what healthy food combinations they came up with.
The owner is very passionate about health/wellness and it doesn’t hurt that he’s also quite charming.
For 8 Euros/week you have no excuse not to bike everywhere and exercise. Biking is such a fun way to explore Paris- there’s nothing like riding over the beautiful bridges across the Seine. Magical.
And remember— your goal should be to try every flavor Macarons at La Durée
Amusez-vous bien !