Posts Tagged ‘workout’

July 5th, 2014 | By | No Comments

SeaMade: Dog Beach Work Out

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Working out with a friend can keep you motivated and hold you accountable on your path to reaching your fitness goals. But what do you do when you can’t find a consistent work out buddy? Find a dog. Doesn’t even have to be your dog. You can borrow aforementioned noncommittal workout buddy’s dog and take them for a workout.

The right breeds of dogs (for instance a beautiful golden retriever named Marilyn) can be the best workout companions, especially since exercise is a necessity in their lives. So find a furry friend, preferably one that likes fetching, and head to your nearest beach or park to do some cross-training. Read on for the Dog Beach Workout…

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June 23rd, 2014 | By | No Comments

6 Yoga Poses to Reduce Stress While Traveling An On-the-Go Yoga Session with Resident Yoga Instructor, Jennifer Lowe

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Summer is here, and it’s time for fun and adventure. Whether you’re jet setting across the globe or staying local, these simple postures will help keep you calm and comfortable throughout your entire journey. All of these postures are done from a seated position which gives you the freedom to do yoga literally anywhere; on a plane, train, car, and even at work after your trip. (more…)

March 18th, 2014 | By | 142 Comments

Bikini Season Yoga | Part Two A Beach Body Yoga Session with Resident Yoga Instructor, Jennifer Lowe

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The search for strength and body awareness (with a confident beach body as a welcome side-effect) continues with resident yoga instructor, Jennifer Lowe. Read on for Part Two of her Bikini Season Yoga Series (See Part One Here)… (more…)

February 28th, 2014 | By | 176 Comments

Bikini Season Yoga | Part One A Beach Body Yoga Session with Resident Yoga Instructor, Jennifer Lowe

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Yoga is a great way to help strengthen and tone your body. What sets yoga apart from other forms of exercise is the use of breath, awareness of the body and intention. Before you begin, set a clear intention for your practice. Use this intention to draw strength from during the challenging moments you may face. As you practice, use your breath to help you with the movements. Vinyasa, is a form of yoga that links breath to movement. Linking breath and movement not only helps your body move more smoothly through the postures, but it also has a very calming effect on your mind. This allows you to move with focus and ease. With these simple, yet challenging postures, focus your attention inside of your body to feel which muscles are working. Your attention to your breath, body and intention will help you become physically and mentally stronger.
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