YOGA BOOT CAMP

By 28. July, 2014News
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YOGA BOOT CAMP

YOGA BOOT CAMP

Before reading further, please note the following: The intention and commitment you bring to your yoga boot camp experience are by far the most important tools you have. This program asks a lot of you and offers a lot in return. To get the most from it, you must be ready to devote all your time, energy and spirit to it for three days. No cheating!  If you follow this program devotedly, you will create a revolution in your body, mind and spirit.

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BOOT CAMP FOOD PLAN

For the three days I ask you to limit yourself to organic whole foods and to eliminate any and all packaged, canned or commercially prepared foods, as well as sugars, flour and dairy products. You’ll be eating a healthy combination of protein (fish, soy, legumes, nuts), whole grains (including brown rice, oats) organic fruit and vegetables, and good fats (olive oil or nut oil)

One or two days before the program begins, stock your kitchen with the simple whole foods you’ll be eating during the yoga boot camp. I’m not going to tell you exactly what you should eat and when, but I will ask you during the program to limit yourself to the following foods.

Fish Organic fruits and fruit juices
Herbal teas Organic vegetables and vegetable   juices
Legumes (beans) Soy products
Olive oil Whole grains
Nuts and nut oils

 

A SECIAL NOTE TO COFFEE DRINKERS: Most of us drink coffee or other caffeinated beverages. To avoid the headache that may accompany caffeine withdrawal try to limit yourself to one cup of coffee a day. It’s only for three days. You can do it! In fact you may find you sleep better and wake up more refreshed. Maybe you’ll even decide to stick with one cup per day or none at all, once you experience the benefits of reduced caffeine intake.

FOODS TO AVOID :

Alcohol Soft drinks
Animal protein (except fish) Sugars
Dairy products White bread
Potatoes White rice
Salt Any pre-packaged foods

 

“You are already so much more than you think you are”

BOOT CAMP SCHEDULE

DAY ONE

6.00-6.30           Opening Circle

6.30-7.00           Twenty minute yoga sequence (Vinyasa flow)

7.00-7.30           Evening meditation

7.30-8.30           Light dinner (at home)

9.00-9.30           Journaling, setting intention

10.30                  Sleep

 

DAY TWO

7.00                   Wake up

7.30-8.00          Meditation

8.00- 9.30         Full 75 minute Vinyasa yoga sequence

9.30-10.00        Light refreshment (provided)

10.00-11.00       50 minutes Mat Pilates class

11.00-11.30       Journaling

11.30-12.30       Discover your Dosha

12.30-1.30          Lunch

1.30-4.00        Rest, free time (free facial) *

4.00-5.30         Full 75 minute yoga sequence

6.00-6.30         Meditation, discussion, questions

7.00-8.00         Dinner (at home)

8.00-9.00         Rest

9.00-9.30         Meditation, journaling

10.30                Sleep

 

DAY THREE

7.00                 Wake up

7.30-8.00        Meditation

8.00-9.30        Full 75 minute yoga sequence

10.00-11.30    Light refreshment/brunch

11.30-12.00    Twenty minute yoga sequence (core sequence )

12.00-1.00      Discover the 8 limbs of yoga

1.00-2.30        Full 75 minute sequence

2.30-3.00        Light refreshment (provided)

3.00-3.30        Meditation

3.30-4.00        Closing circle

4.00-6.00        Rest, walking

6.00-7.00        Dinner (at home)

7.00-9.00        Rest

9.00-9.30       Meditation, journaling, reflection

10.300            Sleep

*To enhance your experience fellow yogi and beauty therapist Cate Wilson will be offering complimentary 20 minute hydrating facials using Arbonne vegan certified skincare products. Spaces limited so book early.

THE ONLY PREREQUISIT TO JOIN THIS PROGRAM IS TO GIVE IT ALL YOU’VE GOT. SO LETS GO !

 

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