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Nutritional Summer Treat

Posted on June 21, 2018 at 8:50 AM Comments comments (0)

 

I love Ice Cream �� but dairy is not my friend. �� Thankfully my friend Amy Powers shared this GREAT recipe idea for Summer Entertaining! ������ it’s packed with vegan protein and nutritious fruits for guilt free indulgence! Yay!

After blending your banana ��"ice cream" place scoops in a muffin tin lined with plastic wrap & freeze. You can prepare the scoops ahead and pull them out as needed!

 

Raspberry Vanilla "Ice Cream" Recipe:

For 12 servings use:

■3-4 FROZEN chopped bananas��

■2-4 scoop Arbonne Vanilla Protein

■4 cups or so frozen Raspberries

{Blend in a very high-powered blender, until desired consistency. You may need to stop the blender or food processor several times to stir your ice cream. Drizzle with almond butter, top with sliced almonds, or dark cacao if you want. Enjoy!

 

From Aislinn's Good Friend Susan:

PS: if you’ve never had our protein-pop me a note & I’ll make sure I get ...

Thanks have a wonderful Summer Solstice!  Anne

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All about Melaleuca (Tee Tree Oil)

Posted on March 22, 2018 at 4:10 PM Comments comments (0)

ALL ABOUT MELALEUCA:

 

More commonly known as “Tea Tree,” Melaleuca essential oil has over 92 different compounds and limitless applications. The leaves of the Melaleuca tree were used by the Aborigines of Australia for centuries. They would crush the leaves and inhale the oil to promote feelings of clear breathing and apply the leaves directly to the skin for a cooling effect.

 

Melaleuca is best known for its purifying properties. It can be used to cleanse and purify the skin and nails and to support a healthy complexion. Taken internally, Melaleuca promotes healthy immune function*, and Melaleuca can be used on surfaces throughout the home to protect against environmental threats. Melaleuca is frequently used on occasional skin irritations to soothe the skin and diffusing Melaleuca will help purify and freshen the air.

 

Uses:

 

For occasional skin irritations, apply 1–2 drops of Melaleuca essential oil onto affected area.

Add 1–2 drops to water, citrus drinks, or veggie caps to support healthy immune system function.

Combine 1–2 drops with your facial cleanser for added cleansing properties, or apply to skin after shaving.

Apply to fingernails and toenails after showering to purify and keeps nails looking healthy.

Add a few drops to a spray bottle with water and use on surfaces to protect against environmental threats.

 

ALL ABOUT MELALEUCA:

 

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Massage face improve Chapped skin increase energy

Posted on February 17, 2018 at 8:20 AM Comments comments (0)

If winter's chill has chapped your skin and sapped your energy, an Ayurvedic facial massage can help: Stroking your face with herb-infused abhyanga oil tones the skin and can release stagnant energy. You'll find the oil in health food stores. (If you're not used to oiling your face, choose a lighter variety, such as sunflower or almond.)

Start by pouring two tablespoons of room-temperature oil into a small bowl. Dip your fingers into the oil and begin by rubbing it onto the bridge of your nose. Using both hands in a circular motion, massage the oil outward across your face, from cheekbones to ears and upward from temples to hairline. Then rub the oil in linear movements from the upper lip to the cheekbones and the ears. Using your index finger, put oil on the outer and inner rims of your nostrils. With three fingers of each hand, rub from the nostrils to the ears in a linear motion, taking time to massage the entire ear. Next, massage your brow and pat your closed eyelids. Finish by gently prodding the skin under your jawbone to the base of your neck. When you're through, you'll feel centered, refreshed, and ready to face the world.

Some products I use are amonda oil, coconut oil, grapeseed oil.   My grandmo nther used rose glycerin also use when I was young.


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energize your skin Anne

Saying yes to the Universe

Posted on December 29, 2017 at 9:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Saying Yes to the Universe

 

BY MADISYN TAYLOR

Saying Yes to the universe opens the gate to receiving what your soul really wants.

 

The hardest thing about saying yes to the universe is that it means accepting everything life puts in front of us. Most of us have a habit of going through our days saying no to the things we don't like and yes to the things we do, and yet, everything we encounter is our life. We may be afraid that if we say yes to the things we don't like, we will be stuck with them forever, but really, it is only through acknowledging the existence of what's not working for us that we can begin the process of change. So saying yes doesn't mean indiscriminately accepting things that don't work for us. It means conversing with the universe, and starting the conversation with a very powerful word--yes.

 

When we say yes to the universe, we enter into a state of trust that whatever our situation is, we can work with it. We express confidence in ourselves, and the universe, and we also express a willingness to learn from whatever comes our way, rather than running and hiding when we don't like what we see. The question we might ask ourselves is what it will take for us to get to the point of saying yes. For some of us, it takes coming up against something we can't ignore, escape, or deny, and so we are left no choice but to say yes. For others, it just seems a natural progression of events that leads us to making the decision to say yes to life.

 

The first step to saying yes is realizing that in the end it is so much easier than the alternative. Once we understand this, we can begin examining the moments when we resist what is happening, and experiment with occasionally saying yes instead. It might be scary at first, and even painful at times, but if we continue to say yes to every moment through the process, we will discover the joy of being in a positive conversation with a force much bigger than ourselves.

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indoor cycle certification

Posted on December 20, 2017 at 8:50 AM Comments comments (0)

New Indoor Cycle studio opening in the New Year 2018

There is no other indoor bike on the market that focuses on 3-dimensional movement, balance, stability, core strength and cardio-conditioning.

 

We'd be happy to share more about the unique features and functional training benefits that RealRyder Bikes provide, as well as the differentiating value they will lend to your fitness business. We are also eager to learn what your specific goals are, and share how we can support you across a few key business areas.

 

In the meantime, here's a link to our 2017 brand video, which shows the growth of our brand, a sampling of who we serve and the variety of fitness levels that benefit from our multi-planar cycling platform. I'm also including a link to a review featured in the American Council on Exercise (ACE Fitness) Journal.

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Indoor Cyle will be at Cycle Path / Fresh Air Experience.

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Interviews have begun.  

Best in the NEW YEAR.

Anne

Face massage get the winter healthy flow

Posted on December 19, 2017 at 7:45 AM Comments comments (0)

If winter's chill has chapped your skin and sapped your energy, an Ayurvedic facial massage can help:

Stroking your face with herb-infused abhyanga oil tones the skin and can release stagnant energy. You'll find the oil in health food stores. (If you're not used to oiling your face, choose a lighter variety, such as sunflower or almond.)

Start by pouring two tablespoons of room-temperature oil into a small bowl. Dip your fingers into the oil and begin by rubbing it onto the bridge of your nose. Using both hands in a circular motion, massage the oil outward across your face, from cheekbones to ears and upward from temples to hairline. Then rub the oil in linear movements from the upper lip to the cheekbones and the ears. Using your index finger, put oil on the outer and inner rims of your nostrils. With three fingers of each hand, rub from the nostrils to the ears in a linear motion, taking time to massage the entire ear. Next, massage your brow and pat your closed eyelids. Finish by gently prodding the skin under your jawbone to the base of your neck. When you're through, you'll feel centered, refreshed, and ready to face the world.

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Find oils and other face care products.  Health swiss skin care.


ICYMI � Fitness Trends

Posted on December 13, 2017 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (0)

ICYMI – Fitness Trends Survey results are in:

 

1. Functional Fitness (#2 in 2017)

2. HIIT (#1 in 2017)

3. Older Adult Training (#6 in 2017)

4. Active Recovery *NEW

5. Express Workouts (#4 in 2017)

6. Branded Group Fitness *NEW

7. Circuit Training and Boot Camps (#6 in 2017)

8. Nutrition and Healthy Eating Programs (#5 in 2017)

9. Body Weight Training (#9 in 2017)

10. Fusion-style Group Fitness (returns to the Top 10 in 2017, was #7 in 2016)

FIT Yoga LU Hanger

Posted on November 4, 2017 at 8:20 AM Comments comments (0)

FIT Yoga

PLACE: LU Hanger - Aerobic Studio

TIME: 10:15 - 11:45 AM

DATES: Nov. 4  - Dec. 18th 2017

Investment $70 or $15 each time.


Register online http://thunderwolves.ca/ chick  on Fitness Schedule Tab on right will bring you to a new page "register here" Click on that

http://thunderwolves.ca/campus-rec/fitness-classes/


Class description:


FIT yoga is a beginner to advanced class for participants not comfortable with hot yoga & or need options to choose for their protection & safety. Hatha & Namate, soma yoga & structural integration are taught. These methods assists in limbering up all joints, improving oxygen levels with conscious breathing techniques, releasing tension in muscles with a variety of yoga asanas sequences. This class is progressive with many options to choose from making this class specific to your challenging needs. If you have never tried yoga, have many injuries or other chronic conditions this is the perfect class for you. Experience total body balance, posture & alignment restored and much more. Learn yoga techniques you can use in daily life.

Anne Parr FIS 35 + years experience 


HIIT trend doing it correctly

Posted on May 7, 2017 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (0)

From IDEA

Most of our clients are short on time these days, so it’s no surprise that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is one of the top 5 fitness trends of the year (again).

The challenge is that HIIT classes can be unnecessarily tough on the body if not taught or performed properly.

Learn how to teach safe HIIT classes that utilize all intensity variables and get your clients results with the new HIIT Certificate Program (earn up to 9 CECs)!

http://www.ideafit.com/fitness-products/high-intensity-training-certificate-program?couponcode=HIIT30&utm_source=educationmay2017hiit&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=5-6-17%20Ed%20HIIT%20HIIT30%20(1)

We will also have a similar workshop with canfitpro CEC at Thunder Bay FITNESS SUMMIT June 17th


For more information contact Anne Parr [email protected]


Thanks have a great day.

Happy New Year 2017

Posted on January 1, 2017 at 9:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Hope that your Christmas was filled with Joy!

Your New Year Brings Prosperity and Hope for all!

Coming up time to register for best price NOW!


canfitpro FIS CERTIFICATION COURSE/EXAM

2017 COURSES Dates & Times

Jan 28 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Jan 29 9:00 am - 12:00 pm 100 pm - 4:00 pm

Feb. 4 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Feb. 5 9:00 pm - 12:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Theory Exam Mar. 4 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm


Want to start the New Year off on the right foot?

Come join Jackie as she completes her FIS certification

her Practium will be Monday 

DAY & TIME: Jan 2 2017

PLACE: College Fitness Centre room 201

FREE.

Friends welcome.

CHEERS


Healthy Stocking stuffers

Posted on November 27, 2016 at 9:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Leading Edge Gym moving

Posted on September 21, 2016 at 2:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Leading Edge Gym is Moving !!

 

Leading Edge will be opening October 1 st in their new location inside the Sports Dome located on the CLE grounds.

Our new gym will feature an MMA cage , boxing ring , 12 station heavy bag rack, grappling mat , pro shop and a fully equipped fitness area perfect for all of your functional strength and conditioning needs . Leading Edge's experienced and dedicated coaching staff are offering classes in Boxing , Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Bang Muay Thai & Kickboxing ,Kids MMA and fitness, Self defence, group fitness classes ,fitness only memberships and personal training .

Call 355-0293 to set up a tour or to try out your first class. Many classes have limited enrolment so call soon.

 

Leading Edge Fall Schedule

 

Mon & Wed:

 

5:30pm - 6:30 pm - Kids MMA (12 kids max starts mid to late October)

 

5:30 pm – 6:30 Fighter fitness

6:30 pm – 7:30 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (gi)

7:30 pm – 8:45 Boxing ( all levels)

 

Tues & Thurs:

 

9:30 am - 11am - Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ( gi & no- gi )

 

5:30 pm – 6:30 Submission Wrestling / No-Gi BJJ

5:30pm- 6:30 - Fighter fitness/ Fundamental Boxing.

6:30 pm – 7:30 Bang Muay Thai kickboxing

** Our MMA program includes the no-gi and the Muay Thai program.

6:30 pm - 7:30 Essential BJJ for beginners

6:30 pm – 8:00 Self defence

7:30 pm – 9:00 Competitor training class / open mat (MMA , Boxing , Muay Thai kickboxing and BJJ)

 

Friday:

 

Open Mat – 5:30pm-7 pm.

 

Saturday:

 

11:00 am – 12:30 pm Fighter Fitness and Boxing (all levels)

1pm – 2:30 BJJ (no-gi) Starts mid October.

 

Sunday:

 

11:00 am – 12:30 pm BJJ (gi)

cool

Cold water Showers to refresh

Posted on September 12, 2016 at 10:55 AM Comments comments (0)

2-MINUTE COLD WATER SHOWER CHALLENGE

End your morning shower with 2-minutes of cold water. It’ll be tough the first couple times, but you’ll be amazed at how refreshing it becomes.

This was posted by

Michael DiCroce

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/99851/99851-6179634018603061248" target="_blank">Co-Creator of Awake and Alive


Thanks for the great post Michael would be refreshing.  I have always used cold water baths when I have injured myself.  The sooner the better 5 - 15 minutes and continue for 3 - 5 days depending on the injury.  It works, must have a tolerance for cold.  

Anne Parr PRO TRAINER FIS 

Connection in Yoga?

Posted on July 8, 2016 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (0)

There is so much HOT YOGA out there these days, love to share what the HOT Yoga Dr. suggests.

TIP: What do you mean when you talk about ‘connections’ in yoga? Is it physical, metaphysical, cosmic?


It’s such a huge metaphor. So, in this email we’re talking of your hot yoga "interconnectedness".


If you’re after even more practical applications of all the poses then I recommend you take a look at:

 

 http://www.hotyogamasterclass.com/?ref=1

 

Hello super yoga peep,

 

As promised, here's the second last instalment of this 4 part mini-series. There’s a tiny mention here of the last 2 emails. Now, down to business… This third system is the core of your yoga practice and follows on from the last 2 articles about how I recommend you take a systemic approach to Hot Yoga.

 

One System To Rule Them All! (Hehe)

 

Making improvements sometimes means you stand back from a ‘pose’ and look at how your body pieces movement and function together. If I can help you with one thing it is to find practical ways to think of your body in ‘systems’. You get to remove risk AND get better focus and become more present in your body and practice. A real win/win, wouldn’t you say?

 

The systems we already covered (last 2 newsletters) are:

 

1.Neck, shoulders and arms

 

2.Legs, knees and feet

 

Here’s the crucial link: You tie those systems together with the engagement of your muscles in your torso. It’s a real physical link! And I am going to show you some great examples of how they interconnect as you read on.

 

Just before we move on, these 3 big systems are simply examples that I chose for you to focus on - but there are many more which we explore in The Hot Yoga MasterClass.

 

Core Engagement

 

What is core strength and why is it so vitally important?

 

Actually let's not think of it as core strength but as your core system. Because, broadly speaking it is a system of abdominal support for your spine!

 

For want of a better term, you have a floating sac of organs in your abdominal cavity which literally hangs off the inside surface of your back.

 

Surrounding this bag of goodies are some muscle layers.

 

The organs are protected around the back side by your back itself (by spine bones, scapulae and ribs). While at the front it's expandable and pliable so that you can do 'regular' things like eating, overeating(!), process your food, have babies and deliver them.

 

You need your core muscles to do just about anything:

 

* Walk effectively;

 

* Breathe;

 

* Perform exercise;

 

* Lift;

 

* Sit;

 

* Lean; and

 

* Just about everything else … to your best ability.

 

The better your core system functions, the better you can do all the above. Of course you can probably do ALL those things above to a reasonable extent so it is very hard to even see the need to improve something when it’s not clear it needs improving!!!

 

Having great abs DOES NOT MEAN YOU HAVE A STRONG CORE.

 

You heard me! Yep, that strong looking, buff-looking yogi next to you (or staring back at you from the mirror) may have a 6-pack, be toned and fit but have POOR CORE STRENGTH. It’s hard to believe.

 

[Aside: I should ask you, do you think that you get a strong core by sucking in your stomach? (read on for the answer, because every Bikram class I have ever been a student in, has always told me to do this.)]

 

On the one hand many people let their abdominal muscles go. They have no abdominal tone, they are prone to back aches and abdominal conditions.

 

At the other end of that continuum are people who have well-toned muscular systems that support the spine in ALL their activities, from walking, yoga, lifting, bending and so on.

 

What's the middle ground?

 

Well one group of people LOOK, for all intents and purposes, as if they are healthy and toned and fit. They have strong abs. They work on their 6-pack. Their rectus abdominis or RA. They may even be the yogi next to you in class. But that’s just a perception that hides a different truth.

 

What makes up your Core Strength?

 

Core strength is often touted by fitness professionals and even some yoga teachers as abdominal strength.

 

This is a huge - and possibly risky - simplification.

 

It's a common misconception to think that because you have a 6-pack or strong abs that you have good abdominal support for your spine.

 

WARNING: This next section does contain the technical names for some muscle groups! However, it WILL help you really understand how to pay attention to some *very* important parts of your body ...

 

In broad brushstrokes we have the rectus abdominis muscles (the washboard muscles or RA) and the transverse abdominis (which we can refer to from now on as TA) and the external obliques.

 

While it's nice to have that external tone (of your RA or rectus abdominis that comes from crunches and sit-ups) the tone that REALLY matters and has a HUGE impact on your health, vitality, ability to breathe and keep a good posture (even your yoga postures) is that of your TA or Transverse Abdominis and the way all 3 muscles work together to form a complex brace.

 

So washboards and protective strength are mismatched if you don't have the underlying tone in your TA and your obliques.

 

What's worse, ab training (RA) to get a 6-pack can actually mean a LOSS OF STRENGTH in the exact area that you need it.

 

In fact an over-focus on abdominal muscle training (of RA) can be the cause of back pain.

 

We've all heard the phrase to 'suck in the stomach'. What that does is work your RA. This MAY but does NOT guarantee the engagement of your TA.

 

It only works for people who know HOW to do it.

 

But for those who don't - for example:

 

>> If you have had an operation

 

>> If you gave birth

 

>> If you sit a lot

 

>> If you slouch in your chair

 

>> If you are a chronic desk user who crosses your legs,

 

>> Or if you lean back into your chair

 

>> If you struggle in some of your yoga poses! ... then

 

... if you are keen on creating that tone in your abs, you could actually be contributing to a WORSENING of your problem if you only ‘suck in your stomach’.

 

This happens because you are overtraining the WRONG MUSCLES and causing a weakness in your TA. That's definitely an unintended consequence that has incredibly far-reaching results.

 

How do you discover or re-discover your core?

 

Well, if you know how to pick up a box or a child correctly then you know you'll be keeping your back straight and bending your legs and keeping a good center of gravity.

 

When you do this you will stack the cards in your favour to create effective hydraulic pressure in the abdomen which will protect your back.

 

This is because the sac of organs is made up of about 90% of water. Do you want that sac of water slopping out of control all over the place? No way!

 

Your core muscles work together to brace the liquid bag firmly against your spine, helping protect it.

 

As you can see this is a complex subject to tackle in one email. I just can't stand to short change you!

 

So rather than making it any longer I'll leave you to ponder whether you think you have good core strength. Next issue I'll give you some practical and SIMPLE ways to learn how to engage your core.

 

I'll also tie this entire series together for better understanding!

 

Namaste,

 

Gabrielle

 

PS. Read the latest Customer Reviews for the Hot Yoga MasterClass here:

>> http://www.hotyogadoctor.com/shop/free-shipping-hot-yoga-masterclass-full-color-package/#customers-review

 

You'll get some idea how other people are getting even more of that wonderful feeling you get when you practice this yoga!

 

 

Journey Into Self: A Healing Retreat

Posted on July 8, 2016 at 9:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Early Bird Registration ended June 30th and we still have lots of room in the lodge or in a tent for this fall's gloriously juicy healing retreat <3 Yes, that's what it is!

Our team of guides will leave you with your well full to the brim.

 

Announcing our JULY SPECIAL:

For the month of July, if you register with a friend or partner, save 10%.

EACH of you will receive 5% off your registration!!!

*You MUST email me with the name of the person you are registering with for tracking purposes :) [email protected]

 

Payment plans are available (please contact).

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Level 1 Foam Rolling Principles & Practices

Posted on June 16, 2016 at 8:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Note there will be a Level 1 certification course

Foam Rolling

Principles & Practices - Level 1 Certification

With Andrea Johnston, BFA, PTS and TriggerPoint MT


Date: July 9th

Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Place: Chase Fitness, 12 St. Paul St, Thunder Bay

Cost: $199 + HST

Register June 30th **You will need a GRID Foam Roller for this course which can be purchase with registration.

To register contact Andrea at Foam Rolling Course Registration

http://stretchfit.ca/upcoming-courses.html

Ibuprofen, sold as Motrin and Advil

Posted on June 14, 2016 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (0)

This is scary.  I have been using Advil for a long time for pain.  Just recently chosen to bare the pain & try more topical remidies.

I know one of my daughters uses motin.   

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http://bangordailynews.com/2015/07/27/health/why-the-fda-is-warning-americans-about-ibuprofen/


Age-Friendly Focus group up coming Events

Posted on March 29, 2016 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (0)

 

Also anyone interested in aging population up coming events you will want to be part of.

If you haven’t dropped by for one of the focus groups I’m leading for the community-wide action plan for Age-Friendly Thunder Bay, please do so soon! The feedback has been stimulating and I’ve enjoyed meeting with all the people who have shown up. We talk about transportation, housing, recreation, outdoor spaces, respect, health care and more geared to seniors and the people who care about us. All this information will help shape the first Seniors Summit which will take place on June 1st at the Victoria Inn as well as the community-wide action plan for Age-Friendly Thunder Bay.

 

 

There are only a few more dates for focus groups so please make a plan to come out! I’m encouraging folks to give someone a lift too so if you have a neighbour or friend who isn’t able to drive to one of the gatherings, please bring them along with you. I always make home-baked cookies and this week I’m featuring my famous “5 Cup Surprise” cookie!

 

 

Upcoming Focus Group Dates:

 

 

· Tuesday, March 29, 10 am to 11 am, Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre “Board Room”, 700 River Street

 

· Monday, April 4, 1 pm to 2 pm, Waverley Resource Library “Auditorium”, 285 Red River Road

 

· Tuesday, April 12, 1 pm to 2 pm, Mary J. L. Black Library “Community Room”, 901 S. Edward Street

Join a make a  difference.


Anne


Business Opportunity for Certified Fitness Instructor

Posted on March 2, 2016 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Thunder Bay Monkeynastix is looking for an owner/operator to take over this exciting franchise opportunity here in Thunder Bay. Monkeyastix is a children’s fitness education program for children ages 1-12. The purpose of our activities is to improve and maintain physical and mental development, as well as set up healthy habits for children, setting the foundation for a happy active life. Monkeynastix was established in Canada in 2009, and now has over a dozen franchisees in Ontario, and still growing. There is no other program like this for children in Thunder Bay.

 

The ideal candidate must love working with children, lead a healthy, active lifestyle, and be passionate about physical fitness. Dedication and perseverance are required traits, as is the willingness to spend time marketing the program to prospective venues. This is very much a “hands on” type of business. In addition to being the owner, you will be the lead instructor teaching classes as well as taking care of the administrative side of the business. You will lead all sales and marketing efforts. You will be responsible for establishing and co-ordinating all public and school/daycare classes, as well as hiring staff as required. Tremendous potential exists for the person who is willing to take on the challenge of growing and maintaining the business. Ability to speak French is a definite asset. To inquire, call or text the number below. Email inquiries also accepted. Full training provided for the right individual.

 

Thunder Bay Monkeynastix- 807-621-1253

[email protected]

Pilaties Mat Certification

Posted on January 17, 2016 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Ross Pilates will be hosting a Pilates Mat Certification starting in February.

 

Approx. hours

Fridays 6 - 8 pm

Saturdays 1 - 6 pm

Sundays 10 - 2 pm

 

Weekend #1 Feb 26, 27, 28

Weekend #2 March 4, 5, 6

Weekend #3 March 18, 19, 20

Weekend #4 April 1, 2, 3

Weekend #5 April 8, 9, 10

 

Course Fee - $1475 plus hst


Could you please pass on the info to anyone you know who might be interested? Much thanks!