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21 Day Challenge – Week Five

February 13, 2011

Week Five

Every single life only becomes great when the individual sets upon a goal or goals which they really believe in, which they can really commit themselves to, which they can put their whole heart and soul into. Your life changes the moment you make a new, congruent, and committed decision.

Congratulations this is your second last week! Wishing you the best of luck, don’t forget about your experts, they are here to help you, reach out to them or visit their websites. I am so proud of you and the best part is how proud you are of each other. Continue to read each others entries, be inspired and know that you are not alone in this journey. I am inspired by all of you!

With love

Eva

www.BodyConditioningByDancers.com

To Read Week Four Journal Entires Click Here

Your Experts

Lee Anne Galloway a Motivational Life Coach dedicated to empowering women towards positive change.  She believes “The secret to changing your life is changing your thoughts” and will share some invaluable tools to reshaping your self talk.

Natalie Roy a Yoga Teacher & Meditation Therapist shares with us a guided meditation exclusively available to the 21 Day Challenge participants for personal meditation practice. A powerful tool for getting to know yourself & the self you wish to become.

The ladies of The Living Kitchen Sarah Grossman and Tamara Green, Chief Nutritionist, Creative Chef and Green Gardeners “inspiring health, vitality and healing through conscientious eating & loving good food” share 11 Tips For Eating Well and Feeling Great.

Susan Hobson Principle Performance Coach at Elite: High Performance Coaching whose mission is to help clients “Envision, Execute & Elevate!” Shares with us the steps to creating your Personal Roadmap to Success

 

Toronto Women’s Fitness Classes 2010 Session Dates

December 13, 2009

The following are the finalized dates and details for the first session of my Toronto Women’s Only Body Conditioning by Dancers classes for the New Year.

Registration will open this Tuesday December 15th.

Incase you need a little convincing that this is the ONLY fitness class you NEED this year take a look at my new class demo

Different from the usual format, this session will start off with a week of preview classes, followed by the 8 week session starting one week later.

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Preview Class Dates:
Wednesday January 6th 8:05pm
Thursday January 7th 10:00am & 8:05pm
Sunday January 10th 12:10pm
Monday January 11th 10:00am & 8:05pm

Preview Class Details:
The preview class will consist of a 1 hour version of the new session, followed by a presentation of the BCBD New Years Challenge – a 21 day workbook I’ve developed to help you set fitness and nutrition New Years Resolutions and keep them!

Drop in rate of $15 per class, RSVP required, limit of 12 participants per class

Please Note: The session dates start one week later, as I will be out of the city from January 13th-20th. Attendance in the preview classes is not mandatory, they were created as an option for those who desire to fill the time before the start of the 8 week session.

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2010 Session Dates:
-> SUNDAYS 12:10 pm – 1:25 pm
January 24th – March 14th

-> MONDAYS 10:00 am – 11:15 am
January 25th – March 15th

-> MONDAYS 8:05 pm – 9:20 pm
January 25th – March 15th

-> WEDNESDAY 8:05 pm – 9:20 pm *at L3
January 27th – March 17th

-> THURSDAYS 10:00 am – 11:15 am
January 21st – March 11th

-> THURSDAYS 8:05 pm – 9:20 pm
January 21st – March 11th

Session Registration:
Registration link: http://evaredpath.com/signup.htm Paypal links will go live Tuesday December 15th – thats when you can claim your spot!

Feel free to forward the link to Friends and Family members or ask Santa for one of the most useful and rewarding gifts this year!

Eva

Get Fit in the City! – July 18th, 2009 with Eva Redpath

July 7, 2009

This is a charity event for the Heart & Stroke Foundation entitled `Get Fit in the City!` on Saturday July 18, 2009 10:00am – 4:00pm at Kew Beach, Toronto.

This unique event will focus on fitness, nutrition, and health promotion for the entire family. It will feature fitness classes that will keep you fit and having fun! It will also feature several exhibitors that celebrate and encourage health, nutrition and fitness promotion.

For more information visit:
http://getfitinthecity.webs.com/

I’ll be doing a demo class at 1:30-1:55pmgetfitinthecity

Real Quick Fitness and Nutrition Tips #3

May 22, 2009

Simple, no nonsense ways of staying fit while living life to its… …FULLEST!

Meghan’s Nutrition Advice:
1) BBQ season is upon us…have you ever looked at the ingredient list of your BBQ Saucesfavourite condiments? Take a look at your ketchup and bbq sauce…shocking isn’t it; sugar, sugar, and more sugar!

Sugar is one of the hardest things to avoid when buying commercial food products, you’ll find it’s hidden in everything. Reducing the amount of sugar from your diet has a long list of health benefits…don’t get me started…I’m a recovering sugar addict.

One of the best ways to reduce sugar from your diet is to make these sauces at home, from scratch, so that you can control everything that goes in to them. Try this sugar-free, gluten-free bbq sauce recipe:

Sugar & Gluten-Free BBQ Sauce
2 tablespoons olive oil
3 cloves garlic, crushed
¼ cup shallots, minced
1 small can tomato paste
1 cup orange juice, fresh squeezed
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
½ teaspoon dry mustard powder
½ teaspoon smoked paprika
1 teaspoon sea salt
¼ teaspoon black pepper

bbqsauce1. Warm oil in a saucepan over medium low heat
2. Add garlic and shallot; cook until soft
3. Add tomato paste, orange juice, vinegar, mustard, paprika, salt and pepper
4. Simmer over low heat 15 to 20 minutes, stirring often
5. Baste over fish or chicken
6. Refrigerate and allow to marinate for 1-3 hours
7. Grill and serve

Serves 6 -makes enough sauce for one whole chicken or 4 breasts

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Eva’s Fitness Advice:

soccerGet Fit With Friends This Summer- Take advantage of the weather, get outside and get fit! Plan a weekend walk or run with a friend and make it a healthy lunch date to reward yourselves afterwards – its a great way to socialize and exercise all at once. Also, consider taking up a sport this summer, like joining a Tennis club, Soccer team or a Running group – All great ways to enjoy the outdoors, meet people and exercise at the same time.

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Finally, by popular demand we are pleased to announce:

The Fitness and Nutrition Workshop for REAL Women
Saturday June 20th 2009
10:30am – 1:30pm

The truths and tools you need – Meghan will discuss the foundation of sound nutrition and the importance of blood sugar balance, she will also share brand names and recipes, while Eva will take you through her first fitness dvd (yours to keep) – an inspiring workshop not to be missed!

Special saving for those who register BEFORE JUNE 1st!

For more information and to register visit:
http://www.evaredpath.com/workshop.htm

Eva Redpath Fitness Workshop

Eva Redpath Fitness Workshop

Be well,
Meghan and Eva

Toronto’s Hottest Dance Workshop

July 23, 2008

Calling all ladies,

I’m holding a GIRLICIOUS dance workshop this Saturday July 26th.

It’s summer! And it’s time to let your hair down.

Eva Redpath Dance Workshop

Eva Redpath Dance Workshop

The class will start with a bit of my fun and original Body Conditioning By Dancers class for free.

If you, or any of your girlfriends are looking for a way to stay fit this summer and bring out the sexy moves in you, then you WON’T want to miss this event.

Spread the word!

-Eva Redpath

Taking The First Step!

July 9, 2008
Eva Redpath Body Conditioning by Dancers

Being physically active provides benefits for all of us. People are physically active for many reasons-play, work, competition, health, creativity, being with friends.

There are also as many ways of being active as there are reasons. What we choose to do depends on our own abilities and desires. Perhaps you’ll consider a Body Conditioning class or Yoga, try out many programs until you find what is most inspiring for you.

In combination with healthy eating and positive body image, physical activity can improve our quality of life. Together all three equal total body well being!

Here are a few tips

Active Living

  • Take the stairs instead of an escalator or elevator
  • Get off the bus early and walk

Healthy Eating

  • Drink lots of water
  • Enjoy a variety of foods, Eat moderate portions, Eat regular meals.
  • Emphasize whole grain products, vegetables and fruit
  • Choose lower-fat dairy products, leaner meats and foods prepared with little or no fat
  • Achieve and maintain a healthy body weight by enjoying regular physical activity and healthy eating
  • Limit salt, alcohol and caffeine
  • Don’t give up foods you enjoy-aim for moderation and variety
  • Make changes gradually

Positive Self Image

  • Accept who you are and how you look
  • Remember, a healthy weight range is one that is realistic for your own make-up
  • Try a new challenge
  • Compliment yourself
  • Reflect positively on your abilities
  • LAUGH A LOT!

Be Fit & Be Well.

-Eva


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