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21 Day Challenge – Week 6

February 20, 2011

The Final Week

Goals are a means to an end, not the ultimate purpose of our lives. They are simply a tool to concentrate our focus and move us in a direction. The only reason we really pursue goals is to cause ourselves to expand and grow. Achieving goals by themselves will never make us happy in the long term; it’s who you become, as you overcome the obstacles necessary to achieve your goals, that can give you the deepest and most long-lasting sense of fulfillment.

Congratulations this is your last week! Wishing you the best of luck, you should be proud of yourself for making it this far. I cannot wait to read your conclusion journals and thoughts on this experience. Your journey and transformation has been an inspiration to follow. I am proud of you all!

With love

Eva

www.BodyConditioningByDancers.com

To Read Week Five Journal Entires Click Here

A Huge Thank You To Our Experts

Lee Anne Galloway a Motivational Life Coach dedicated to empowering women towards positive change.  Believes “The secret to changing your life is changing your thoughts” shared some invaluable tools to reshaping our self talk.

Natalie Roy a Yoga Teacher & Meditation Therapist shared 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” shared 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!” Shared with us the steps to creating your Personal Roadmap to Success

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

 

21 Day Challenge – Week Three

January 30, 2011

Week Three

“I believe life is constantly testing us for our level of commitment, and life’s greatest rewards are reserved for those who demonstrate a never-ending commitment to act until they achieve. This level of resolve can move mountains, but it must be constant and consistent. As simplistic as this may sound, it is still the common denominator separating those who live their dreams from those who live in regret.”

Thank you for taking part in the 21 Day Challenge, wishing you the best of luck for your third week. I know last week wasn’t easy. Read each others entries, be inspired and know that you are not alone in this journey. I am proud of you all!

With love

Eva

www.BodyConditioningByDancers.com

To Read Week Two Journal Entires Click Here

21 Day Challenge – Week Two

January 23, 2011

Week Two

People become really quite remarkable when they start thinking that they can do things. When you believe in yourself you have the first secret of success.

Thank you for taking part in the 21 Day Challenge, wishing you the best of luck for your second week. Read each others entries, be inspired and know that you are not alone in this journey. I am proud of you all!

With love

Eva

www.BodyConditioningByDancers.com

To Read Week One Journal Entires Click Here

Body Conditioning by Dancers 21 Day Challenge

January 15, 2011

If there were a time to make a change, the time is NOW! You owe it to yourself to make your health and well being a priority this year. I’ve assembled a team of Toronto’s top experts to help you reach your goals.

The 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

 

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The 21 day challenge is FREE to take part in and was presented the first day of the new Body Conditioning by Dancers session, the challenge  runs from the 2nd week of the session January 16th to February 26th. 6 weeks in length – the first 3 weeks (21 Days of the Challenge) being the most crucial time in committing to change.

In the 8th week of the session results and the winners will be announced. With many great prizes up for grabs, including 2, 8 week sessions of BCBD classes, one on one sessions from each of the experts and 5, 1 week unlimited passes from Moksha Yoga Uptown.

The challenge participants will be journaling and video blogging about their experience right HERE. Feel free to leave your comments and words of encouragement. I hope that the challenge inspires you.

To my ladies taking part in the 21 Day Challenge: Thank you for accepting the challenge, I look forward to your transformation.


LET THE CHALLENGE BEGIN…

21 Day Challenge Week OneDo You Accept The Challenge?

February’s Healthy Lifestyles Newsletter

February 1, 2010

Welcome to my monthly newsletter.  You can now look forward to my fitness and nutrition tips and motivation in its new Video Format.

This Month’s Topics:

1) NUTRITION: Tips from Expert Meghan Ford – How To Build a Healthy Meal

2) FITNESS:  Exercise of the Month – Push Up Twist Kickback Combo

3) WELLNESS – The 21 Day Challenge

4) NEWS – Sexy Dance Workshop – Sure to heat things up just in time for Valentines Day!

1) NUTRITION

Tips from Meghan Ford – How To Build a Healthy Meal

Here are the 4 items that every meal should include:

  1. A complex carbohydrate. Complex carbs will provide long lasting energy and are rich in many nutrients and fibre.  Example: whole grain wild rice
  2. A quality source of protein.  Protein keeps blood sugar balanced which will keep you satisfied for longer allowing for less cravings for sweet foods later in the day.  Example: chickpeas which are a great vegetarian source of protein and they contrast nicely with the rice in both texture and colour.
  3. Good fat. Avoid the cheap processed fats and oils and choose a healthy oil that will provide flavour to the meal as well as it’s good for inflammation and is a brain food.  Example: olive oil vinaigrette but flaxseed oil would be another great choice.
  4. Vegetables. Possibly the important and oftentimes overlooked.  Rich in fibre, vitamins, and minerals.  Example: diced red pepper and shredded spinach.  Be creative with your veggies, choose different colours and textures to make your meals more exciting.

That’s how easy it is to build a delicious and truly complete meal.

More information at www.NutritiousMeg.com

2) FITNESS

Exercise of the Month – Push Up Twist Kickback Combo

*As seen on video

a)Push up

b)Twist with weight reaching to ceiling

c)Return to plank position

d)Tricep Kickback

3) WELLNESS

21 Day Challenge – Read the Inspiring Stories Here:

REAL WOMENS LIFESTYLE CHALLENGE…To Be Beautiful!

4) NEWS

Eva Redpath's Girlicious Workshop

Eva Redpath's Girlicious Workshop

To Register Click Here

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A Little Encouragement To Live By In February:

Knowing that life is full of choices and that you have the power to make a change, there is a statement I challenge you to live by this month:

“I am responsible, and I choose to take an active role in creating change”

When it comes to your health and well being take responsibility and choose to live a healthy lifestyle.

If you like what you are seeing, tried last months tips, then please take a minute and let me know…

Be well,

Eva

www.EvaRedpath.com

4th Real Quick Fitness and Nutrition Tips

May 31, 2009

Happy June Everyone!

1st and foremost we have a personal invite for you – take a look:

Meghan’s Nutrition Advice:
HealthySnacksSnacking throughout the day is a great way to keep your metabolism revved, however, make sure to give your digestive system the time it needs. Take a 3-4 hour break between meals and snacking so that digestion, absorption, assimilation, and elimination of food can happen without interruption.

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Eva’s Fitness Advice:
womentreadmillIf you can’t find the time to commit to group classes, then try to workout with a reliable partner who shares the same goals as you. Coaching and cheering on your partner can be a great way to incorporate extra motivation and will in turn excite you to push yourself as well.

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

Special saving for those who register BEFORE JUNE 10th!

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

Be well,
Meghan and Eva


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