November 2018 / 4 posts found

Mobility for Beginners: Comfortable Crafters! – Black Friday/Cyber Monday Special

by Chuck
For those of you in the USA celebrating Thanksgiving, I hope you had a day filled with gratitude, love, friendship and great food! As promised, here it is the link to our Black Friday special! Mobility For Beginners: Comfortable Crafting! – is a 30-minute class that will take place on November 28th at 5:45 pm. Of course, whether or not you make the live class, you’ll have Lifetime Access to the recording. We’re going to take you through an easy, step-by-step routine you can do…

Mobility For Beginners: Comfortable Crafting!

by Chuck
Many crafters have trouble performing even the most basic yoga positions! Sometimes, this is due to being sedentary for long periods of time. Sometimes, it’s because they’re afraid of losing their balance or straining themselves. It’s unfortunate because completing these yoga routines consistently allow you to craft more comfortably, for longer periods of time. If you’re one of these crafters, I’m happy to tell you we may have the solution! Because, no matter what kind…

Update: Pinwheel Pigeon Flow Yoga Class – Floor Yoga for the Lower Body

by Chuck
Update: Hello Everyone! Due to illness, we are moving the date for the Facebook live Floor Yoga for the Lower Body class coming up to Wednesday, November 14th, at 5:45pm. The class is specifically designed to stretch out and open up your lower back, hips, and hamstrings, and it can be done by anyone while sitting on a flat surface (floor, bed, etc). If you haven’t signed up for it yet, it gives you a little more time. Check it out here! ——————– You don’t…

Do you want to lose weight? Learn your numbers.

by Chuck
Recently, I received a few questions about the basal metabolic rate, what it is, why anyone should care about it, that kind of thing. —(Warning! Science and numbers ahead! I’ll make it as easy to read as I can.)— What is Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) From verywellfit.com: “Basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the total number of calories that your body needs to perform basic, life-sustaining functions. These basal functions include circulation, breathing, cell production, nutrient processing, protein…