off to a great start
We’re one week into our first ever international 30 day challenge and already we’ve got some amazing stories, photos, and memories. Please keep it up and keep posting to Facebook, Instagram and emailing your accomplishments.
“In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can.” – Nikos Kazantzakis
As we move into the second week of the 30 day challenge, here are some helpful stories from a few amazing yogis and a good recipe to keep you hydrated and refreshed.
“I like the 30-day challenge because you get a sticker when you practice. I like yoga because it makes you feel happy and it is good for your body!” – Indira, daughter of Mark and Zefea, commenting on the 30 Day Challenge in Santa Barbara
keep in touch
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Koert van Barneveld in Amsterdam
Koert came into his first class just a few months ago with the usual reaction after the first class, “You probably won’t see me again.” But he came around for his second (free) class anyway just a few days later!He now comes in almost every day and looking so amazing and vibrant compared to when he first walked in. He’s a blessing for our relatively new teachers as this is why we teach.
He is becoming the advocate for Evolation yoga @ Southeast as he brings in all his friends and neighbors and even his father we see regularly.
He started the 30-day Challenge all by himself on the 2nd of January as he is about to start his new job soon after he finishes his own challenge.
Thank you Koert for being an inspiration!
reenergizing drink during Evolation’s 30 day challenge
No doubt you’re sweating a lot each day. To replenish all that you are releasing from you’re body each day, it’s good to enjoy an electrolyte rich pick-me-up drink. Instead of reaching for another sport drink, try making your own at home. Easy to do, easy to customize, great for your body and super tasty.
1 tbsp. Apple cider vinegar
1 tsp. Honey (for extra fuel and quick-energy)
Pinch of natural sea salt, Celtic salt or Himalayan salt
– Stir ingredients into an 8oz glass of water until honey is dissolved, then drink.
for a more sweet, flavorful option add:
1 cup fresh apple juice
Juice of two lemons
It will last one or two days and can be used before, during or after exercise.
Add some lime or orange juice
Add 1/2 cup of coconut water and only 2 1/2 of water
Replace the apple juice with pear juice or other fruit juice
Add more a pinch or two more of salt if you’re a “salty sweater”
day 1 to today, what’s new?
What’s your reason for going to class each day? Amy gives her thoughts after 7 days of a revitalizing challenge: