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(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Location
Location
Wake Forest, USA
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Last Session:
Wed Dec 19 2012 at 09:30 pm EST
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Wed Dec 19 2012 at 08:37 pm EST
On Learn It Live Since:
Tuesday Dec 4, 2012
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How To Stay Lean And Healthy During The Holiday Season. Holidays season is here along with its colorful multitude of sugary treats and fall-inspired drinks. It’s the time when staying true to clean eating can become challenging to say the least. This class is for anyone who wants to make it through the holiday season without gaining any weight or loosing their mind. It’ll give you tips on how to avoid feeling heavy after a huge family dinner, how to support digestion, and how not to gain any unwanted weight. You will learn: Ways to avoid weight gain during the holidays Tips to avoid post-party hangover! All seasonal fruits and vegetables and new ways to cook them, so you never have to spend hour online looking for recipes How to prevent the onset of the seasonal colds and mood slump Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese medicine basics to stay healthy and vibrant during colder months Effective ways to resolve chronic digestion problems, prevent dry skin, and avoid fatigue & insomnia which can be triggered by the change of seasons and holidays stress
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Nadya Andreeva is a wellness coach and yoga instructor helping modern city girls create a balanced and manageable approach to staying healthy and energized in stressful environments. Using the ancient wisdom of ayurvda, yoga, and mindfulness Nadya helps her clients learn how to listen to their bodies and to understand its language. Finding Your Own Wellness Guru who can guide you through diet and exercise challenges is the most sustainable approach to life-long wellness, in Nadya's opinion. She holds an MA in Organizational Psychology from New York University and a Wellness Coaching certification from Wellcoaches.
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