Tuesday, August 10, 2010

The Happiness Project

I just purchased this book:
The Happiness Project 
I am so excited to read it! For me, happiness and health include putting BOTH good things into my body AND my mind. Reading always makes me happy, less stressed, and feeling more balanced. I just love the thought of curling up with a good book for an hour, and what better book than one about a woman's journey to spend a year seeking only happiness?! Love this idea! I'm all about reading happy, positive books these days. I want to FILL my life with positive people & positive energy--and this book sounded like just that!

ahhh man I really miss Yoga...

TTFN Happiness Seekers!

Monday, August 2, 2010

Grocery Shopping List

I've received a few requests to share my grocery shopping list. Mari's last post, the one below, has many of these items included in it (it also has some great storage ideas and budget friendly ways to shop- my favorite post so far!) so this might be a bit redundant but here it goes.

Staples (I usually buy these in bulk to have on hand because they are used so often):
  • rice
  • quinoa
  • pasta, usually linguine
  • beans (I do organic canned because I still haven't mastered soaking and cooking my own)
  • steel cut oats
  • cold cereal for Josh, he prefers Mini-Wheats
  • walnuts
  • pine nuts
  • pecans
  • chicken and fish- Like Mari I buy fresh and freeze it myself.  It's better that way.
  • peanut butter
  • agave nectar
  • vinegars- balsamic, white balsamic
  • olive oil

    My regular/weekly grocery list looks something like this:
    • baby spinach or mixed greens- I love the organic Earthbound Farm brand for all my veggies
    • baby carrots 
    • peppers, usually red or orange unless I know I'll be needing other colors for a recipe
    • green onions
    • red onion
    • butternut squash
    • tomatoes
    • sugar snap peas
    • strawberries
    • raspberries
    • blueberries
    • melon- usually cantaloupe or honeydew in our house
    • pineapple
    • peaches
    • apples
    • bananas
    • lemon
    • oranges or tangerines
    • garlic
    • sage
    • basil
    • deli meat for the husband
    • hummus, or the ingredients to make it at home
    • tzatziki as vegetable dip and a sandwich condiment instead of the fattier alternatives
    • Food Should Taste Good multi-grain cracker chips
    • good quality cheese- love the Yancy's Fancy brand, it's delicious and not ridiculously expensive.
    • milk
    • plain yogurt
    • organic or cage/hormone/antibiotic free omega-3 eggs
    • fresh bread- I'm a Great Harvest snob and love their High Five Fiber bread.
    • fresh salsa
    • fresh squeezed orange juice

      Remember to only buy produce that is in season.  Otherwise, you'll be really sad when you get a bland or rancid mouthful of your favorite fruit or veggie.  To save a few bucks and to get the freshest food possible, try to find your local farmers market and shop there.  Not only do you get the best deals and the best food but you are supporting locals, which makes my heart sing.  Try to avoid buying crappy, junky food.  When you put them in your house that is what you and your family eat.  Most of what is on this list is easy to quickly grab and eat, and you can use all of these ingredients for multiple meals throughout the week which saves time and money.

       Remember to never grocery shop while hungry, you're more likely to make poor choices and will come home home with more food that is less healthy, than when you shop with a content tummy.

      Plan, plan, plan.  Always make a grocery list and stick to it!  You'll come home with healthier items and will spend less money if you do.

      If you haven't yet, be sure to read Mari's Savvy Shopping post.  She shared great, smart shopping ideas, her list of staples and some great ways to make sure you actually use the food you buy- brilliant!  If you have any requests for future posts, please feel free to leave suggestions in our comment box.  I'm really excited about my next post.  I will be sharing a meal plan for a week that is practical, delicious, and of course healthy!  It will be based off of the lists above, what I would normally cook in a week and show how to use ingredients in more than one meal.

      Happy to be healthy (and hoping this little girl gets her foot out of my ribs soon),

      Saturday, June 26, 2010

      Savvy Shopping

      Recently my husband and I have started a "new" budget--much more strict than the previous one. My biggest concern (aside from no shopping! gasp!) was would our food quality suffer? I now know that being on a budget does not mean we have to sacrifice eating well! I thought I'd share some of the tips I've come across through friends, family, and my own experience for shopping healthy on a budget.

      The biggest things I have learned are to plan ahead, stick to my shopping list, and always have the essentials on hand. The best way to eat healthy & spend less? Cook at home, no more take out!

      I use a lovely chart like these, which you can download here or make your own.

      • Plan for the week before you go grocery shopping. Map out each meal, for each day. Know what ingredients/food you will need to purchase and add them to your list. Need recipe ideas? Try these sites: Barefoot Contessa, Gluten-Free Goddess, Cooking Lite Or sign up for cooking classes in your area! Remember your budget while planning your meals
      *I personally go to the store a few times a week.  I like to buy my vegetables the day of/before I use them because, otherwise, I find they go to waste or spoil before I get the chance to use them. If this is not ideal for you, be sure to pick perishables that you know will last.
      • To get the most bang for my buck, I plan meals that have the same ingredients so that nothing goes to waste! (example: if the sauce for your chicken calls for sage, find another recipe (or two!) that also call for sage so that you can use up all of it before it goes bad, while saving money from having to buy different ingredients for each meal). Do this with as many of your meals as possible, you will end up spending much less and not wasting any food.
      • Keeping it healthy is the main priority next to staying on budget. Be sure to include PLENTY of fruits and vegetables in every single meal when doing your planning. I've found that shopping at my farmer's market is the best way to do this. I get tons of veggies/fruits for cheaper than at the grocery store! Plus, it's also a great way to support your local farmers. 
      • Stick to your list! Don't go to the store and grab anything that looks good, you'll end up spending way more than you want & have only snacks instead of meals.  If you enjoy snacking, plan it on your meal chart & buy snacks that you can also use in your meals (so nothing goes to waste!) 

      *Something that I do after I make my list & before the store is Edit. I look over my list. Do I have any "extras" that aren't necessary? That went to waste last time? Will this meet my budget? I also make sure, for healthy reasons, that I do not buy too much, if any, sugars/desserts- if it's not in the house we wont eat it. 

      Join a Co-Op (Google to see if there are any in your area!)
      Grow it yourself 
      Farmers Market
      Buy into a Community Growers Program 

      My mother in law, Linda, runs lovely cooking classes in LA (if you're in the area they are a must! Delicious recipes, tons of learning, and a fun night out!) You can visit her site for more information here :
      The Organic Kitchen.  The list below is a list she gives her students and I thought it was so handy (most of which I already do myself!) so I wanted to share it with you--she calls it her Pantry Must Haves!

      Pantry must haves
      Maldons Flaked Sea Salt (Whole Foods)~ Sea salts, unlike ordinary table salt, are not made with iodine and bitter tasting chemicals to make it flow. They have a 'clean' taste. If you use regular table salt, you are probably so used to the bitter taste you don't even notice it. Once you switch to a clean tasting sea salt, you will notice the difference! Always use just enough sea salt to enhance the flavor of the food, without making it taste salty!
      Fresh Garlic~ Keep fresh garlic on hand. Not only does it add flavor to foods, it lowers bad cholesterol, raises good cholesterol, lowers blood pressure and kills intestinal parasites!

      Extra Virgin Olive Oil ~Preferably organic, always first cold pressed! Olive oil is a heart healthy fat that is also great for the skin and the brain! Good fats help to regulate hormones...ladies... you know what I 'm talkin' about...and it makes everything taste better! Olive oil also slows digestion, making you feel full longer.

      Balsamic Vinegars~ get a few good quality balsamics. I suggest Gourmet Blends Balsamic. They are aged for up to 25 years and have a variety of amazing flavored vinegars to choose from. They are sold in stores or order online at gourmetblends.us I also love the JR Cohn white balsamic I order online from jonesandbones.com. This site also carries some of our favorite kitchen tools, vanilla paste, salts and home products! Good quality balsamic vinegars can be a little pricey but when it comes to balsamics, you get what you pay for...I'm just sayin'....

      Other Pantry Essentials 
      Grains~ Keep a variety of dried grains such as pastas, rices, quinoa, couscous, barley, oats etc... used with the ingredients mentioned above, you will always have a side dish on hand!

      Nuts, Seeds and dried berries~ Add these to salads, oats, pastas etc.

      Vanilla Paste~ Yum! Thicker than vanilla extract without the strong alcohol flavor. Available at Bristal farms, or cheaper at hipcooks.com (see below).

      Fridge Necessities
      Fruits and Veggies~ In this case I believe less is more. Make several trips to the store each week  to buy small amounts of fruits and veggies. Otherwise they spoil and you waste your money. Bagged lettuces, sweet bell peppers and avocados are essentials! Always have lemons!

      Cream, Eggs and Parmesan

      Kitchen Tools
      A good quality chefs knife~ Makes life easier... and cooking more enjoyable!

      A good quality wood cutting board~ No plastic or bamboo, bad for the aforementioned knife!

      Microplane~ Used for zesting, grating parmesan or garlic. (Bed Bath Beyond)

      Hand Held Juice Squeezers~ They come in 3 sizes and corresponding colors, orange (orange size), yellow (lemon size) and green (lime size) available everywhere. Super cheap and you will use them all the time!

      To get any of these items cheaper go to the hipcooks.com website, their store is not up and running yet but you can email them and they will ship items to you. They have the cheapest prices around! 

      Another great way to save money is to buy all your meat/fish at Costco. I know, none of us prefer frozen meat--but I've found if you buy it fresh and then freeze it yourself it doesn't seem to  have a huge taste/quality difference. Always thaw your meat/fish early in the day--don't wait until right before and throw it in the microwave! Pull it out early and place in a container with warm water or just on the counter top,  so it can thaw nice and slow. I buy enough chicken/fish to last us one month (which at Costco basically means I buy 1 pack of each). It's cheap and healthy-wohoo!

      After you do your shopping come home and organize your fridge. Cut up any large fruits, melons, vegetables and put in containers--make them easy to eat/access (for a healthy snack, to save time when preparing dinners,etc.)

      And of course, you should pick yourself up some reusable shopping bags! 
      (it wouldn't be me if I didn't say something about being 'Green', right? :) ).

      Very Happy & Healthy Wishes to You,

      Thursday, June 3, 2010

      Delicious Breakfast Yogurt

      I go through phases of food obsession. In the past it's been fresh squeezed tangerine juice, protein shakes, fresh tortillas, perfectly ripe summer peaches, granola, bowls and bowls of strawberries...you get the picture. I have to have whatever my latest food craze is almost, if not, every day. Currently my food obsession is this amazing breakfast recipe. It's light, healthy and quick. What else could you ask for in the early morn?

      My mom told me about this lovely recipe that her friend shared with her. Now, I shall share with you.

      What you'll need:

      a large bowl, a clean dish towel, and a rubber band
      (the rubber band isn't completely necessary so don't fret if you don't have one laying around)

      a large tub of your favorite organic, PLAIN, low fat yogurt, vanilla and an orange

      Place your dish towel on top of the bowl and place the rubber band securing the towel in place. Tuck the bottom of the dish towel under the bowl (if you aren't using a rubber band, this step is especially important, and be extra careful when transferring the bowl to hold the dish towel in place). Scoop the yogurt from its container onto the dish towel.

      Cover with a plate and place in the fridge overnight.

      In the morning, remove your bowl from the fridge, remove the plate and take a lookey inside your bowl. Yep, that's about half of the yogurts volume sitting inside there. Congratulations, you just filtered out most of the liquid that was hanging out in your yogurt. Now you are left with the creamiest most delicious yogurt you will ever feast upon.

      Scoop the yogurt back into it's original container, or whatever you'd like to store it in. Add a couple of teaspoons of vanilla and the zest of one orange.

      Mix it all around and you're done! How simple was that? Now, when you're ready to eat, toss in some of your favorite fruit, fresh or dried, and some nuts and you're good to go.

      This is a great breakfast recipe for anyone. I love it because, being pregnant, I need to make sure I get plenty of vitamins, fiber, protein, anti-oxidants, calcium, and omega-3s. This gives me all of those things as soon as I wake up. I can feel my body appreciates it and I know baby does too because she always jumps for joy after I eat it.

      I prefer to do fresh fruit in my delicious yogurt, but if you use dried fruit try added a little honey or agave nectar to your concoction for a touch of sweetness. The yogurt on its own can be a wee bit tart and without berries you might want to make it a bit sweeter. You can also substitute the orange zest with that of a lemon.

      Happy, healthy, and getting rounder in my mid-section by the day,

      Wednesday, May 19, 2010

      Glamour Girl Fitness: Abs & Buns Workout

      Ladies, you are in for a treat! Meet Ashley Howard.
      She a fitness and health Guru.
      She is a Certified Personal Trainer, Pilates Mat/Reformer Instructor, and owner of Glamour Girl Fitness. Oh, and I should probably add stunning to the list, I mean seriously, check her out!
      Her passion for health and happiness is truly an inspiration and is a perfect reflection of what Be Healthy Be Happy is all about. She is a big believer in the body/mind/soul connection & works hard to help others find their own healthy balance. Through her training she has helped many people and we are very, very fortunate she has taken the time out of her busy life for each of YOU {and me}...US!
      Ashley has been kind enough to create a work out especially for BHBH readers- yay! {With this sneak peak you'll be dying for more! One of the best parts about Glamour Girl Fitness is what a great deal it is!} When making my request for this workout, I knew exactly what I wanted her workout to cover--ABS & BOOTY! Swimsuit season is here and there is no better time than now! As all of her clients will tell you, this is her specialty! So get ready to work hard girls, this workout is gonna make you wanna wear a bikini to the grocery store!

      Be sure to visit her site:
      to get to know Ashley & see the awesome training that she offers!

      Join her Facebook group for regular workout tips & more!
      click here: GlamourGirlFitnessonFacebook

      Glamour Girl Fitness Quick Abs & Buns Workout
      1. Jumping Jacks for 3 minutes straight
      2. Isometric Squats for 1 minute
      3. Plank on your hands for 1 minute
      1. Lateral jumps with taps for 2 minutes
      2. Tabletop abs for 1 minute
      3. Walking Lunges 3 minutes
      1. Jumping Jacks for 3 minutes straight
      2. Side plank on you forearm for 1 minute
      3. Pilates Shoulder Bridge for 2 minutes

      *Repeat this workout as many times as you can and rest for only 30 seconds between each exercise. :)

      Isometric Squat
      ~Stand with both feet hip width apart and the toes pointing straight ahead. Squat low, as if you were sitting in a chair and hold for 1 minute. Remember to keep your weight in your heels, tummy pulled in tight, and chest lifted.

      Plank on Your Hands
      ~Kneel with your knees together and in line with your hips. Place your hands directly under you shoulders. Extend one leg behind you and then the other leg so that you are balancing on the balls of your feet and your hands. Make sure that your body is in a straight line from your head, to your heels. Drop your hips, squeeze your buns and pull your belly button in towards your spin. Hold this pose for 1 minute and focus on nice, deep controlled breaths. Every time you exhale pull your abs in tighter.

      Lateral Jumps with taps
      ~Start with both feet together in front of your right dumbbell. Your knees should be bent and you want to focus on staying low throughout the entire exercise. Jump out with you left leg, land and balance on your left foot as you tap your left dumbbell with your right hand. Then jump off of your left foot and land on your right foot. Tap your right dumbbell with your left hand. Repeat for 2 minutes. Remember to keep your abs pulled in tight.

      Tabletop Abs:
      ~Lie flat on your back and hug your knees into your chest. Keep your knees bent at 90 degrees and slowly bring your knees directly over your hips. Your ankles should be on an even plane with your knees, your spine should be pressing into your mat and your abs should be pulled in tight.

      Focus on taking deep, even breaths and pulling your belly button towards your spine when you exhale. Hold for a minute. To make this exercise harder you can take your knees slightly past your hips, but remember to NOT arch your back. Keep the spine and back of the ribs pressing into the mat.

      Walking Lunges

      ~Start with both feet together. Take a step forward with your right foot and lower into your lunge position. Bring your left foot to meet your right and then step forward with your left foot and lower into a lunge. Try to keep as much weight as you can in your front heel. You want to try to feel your front glute and hamstring as you lower and lift out of your lunge. Repeat walking lunges for 3 minutes.

      Side Plank on Your Forearm
      ~Lie on your right side with your feet stacked. Place your right elbow directly under your right shoulder and prop yourself up on your right forearm. Lift your hips and pull in your abs. Make sure you are in one straight line from your head to your heels. Hold this pose for 1 minute. Try to avoid sinking into your shoulder and focus on deep breathing.

      Pilates Shoulder Bridge
      ~Lie flat on your back with your knees bent. Press into your feet, keep your weight even on both feet and lift up your hips. Lift your right leg so that that your knees are aligned. Exhale as you lift your pointed foot towards the ceiling. Inhale with a flexed foot as you bring your knees back together. Keep your hips up for the whole time. Do your right leg for a minute and then do your left leg for another minute. Keep your leg straight throughout the whole 2 minutes.

      A BIG THANKS to Ashley for sharing this workout with us!!!


      Tuesday, April 13, 2010

      I'm All for the Food Revolution

      With all the garbage that is on TV it's hard to find shows that are worthwhile. I have been tuning in to "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" on ABC. I love it! It's on Friday nights, so I record it and watch it over the weekend. Jamie's goal is to change the way Americans eat. No one can deny that our country is getting unhealthier and heavier every year. Obviously our lifestyle and food choices are the reason. This show is about following Jamie on his quest to enlighten and teach our country about eating right, how it can be affordable and easy.

      I think his cause is really awesome, and I have loved watching him try to change the hearts and minds of so many unhealthy people. It is shocking how many people don't know how to eat healthy or why it's even important. I was so sad when he quizzed the 1st grade--he held up different fruits/vegetables and asked the class to tell him what it was. Not one child knew what a tomato was! Or a potato! Or any of the food he held up. Then , he held up french fries, pizza, etc and they all knew. None of them knew where pizza sauce or french fries come from.

      The Food Revolution is about health & happiness--and taking care of our bodies. His focus on public school lunches is probably the one I agree with him most on.

      Anyway, if you get a chance give it a watch! Let's support this cause by tuning in!

      Be Healthy. Be Happy.

      Tuesday, March 23, 2010

      Clean Green

      Did you know that most of the time when you clean a surface with a traditional store bought cleaning solution, you might be removing bacteria and germs from the newly-cleaned area, but that you are replacing those germs with harsh chemicals and dangerous fumes? Yep, kinda scary. Ammonia, ether, bleach, and chlorine are a few common ingredients in solutions we use in our home on a daily basis.

      Think about all of the surfaces we clean daily...counter tops, floors, sinks, stoves, the list goes on and on. Most of these areas are used in food preparation. You wouldn't pour bleach, ammonia, or ether on your food would you? Then why do we put it on the surfaces where we prepare our food, without giving it a second thought? Well my friends, it's time to give our actions that second thought. Inhaling, ingesting, or touching these chemicals can cause loss of brain cells, headaches, dizziness, eye and ear irritation, an increase in mucous production, skin rashes, blood disorders, kidney disease, cancer, lung damage, and in some cases cancer.

      It's time to clean green! There are so many ways to do this, I love it. We can start simply by switching out our harsh store bought chemicals with new green ones. A few brands I love are Method, Meyers, and Seventh Generation. If you prefer, you can even make your own. The following list are things commonly found around the house. They all work wonders in keeping your home safe and clean.

      • Baking Soda - cleans, deodorizes, softens water, scours.
      • Soap - unscented soap in liquid form, flakes, powders or bars is biodegradable and will clean just about anything. Avoid using soaps which contain petroleum distillates.
      • Lemon - one of the strongest food-acids, effective against most household bacteria.
      • Borax - (sodium borate) cleans, deodorizes, disinfects, softens water, cleans wallpaper, painted walls and floors.
      • White Vinegar - cuts grease, removes mildew, odors, some stains and wax build-up.
      • Washing Soda - or SAL Soda is sodium carbonate decahydrate, a mineral. Washing soda cuts grease, removes stains, softens water, cleans wall, tiles, sinks and tubs. Use care, as washing soda can irritate mucous membranes. Do not use on aluminum.
      • Isopropyl Alcohol - is an excellent disinfectant. (It has been suggested to replace this with ethanol or 100 proof alcohol in solution with water. There is some indication that isopropyl alcohol buildup contributes to illness in the body. See http://drclark.ch/g)
      • Cornstarch - can be used to clean windows, polish furniture, shampoo carpets and rugs.
      It's amazing what you can do with vinegar, lemon, and water. Give it a try.
      Also, try using cloth towels or squeegees in place of paper towels. Use one cup for drinking per day. Just rinse it out to save water and dishwasher space. Recycle what you can and only throw away what is can not be reused or recycled. Try using an allergen/chemical free candle or air freshener. Natural oils are my personal favorite for this.

      Remember to think of your family, yourself, and planet Earth when choosing what you will bring into your home.

      Happy Cleaning,

      Friday, February 19, 2010

      Upper Body Workout

      Recovering from foot surgery has been much more difficult than I ever anticipated. Apparently I thought I was much tougher than I really am! Now that I am beginning to gain some of my independence back, and the pain has subsided, I am missing working out more than ever. I also am an extremely bad sleeper, and this surgery has only exaggerated this once annoying problem into something that is drastically changing WHO I am. (I've never been more irritable, sad, or unable to cope as I have been since the sleeping has worsened)

      To battle my urge to work out and (hopefully, fingers crossed) my growing insomnia problem, I've decided to purchase one of these:

      It is a resistance band you can buy at any sports store. I have stretch bands (used for pilates, the bands without handles) but for upper body I prefer this kind, since it has handles. This band is also great for leg work outs (and can be used like the pilates bands too). Since I am unable to use my feet, I can't use my lower body. I plan to work out what I can--which is only my upper body. Here are some exercises I plan to do--they can be done anywhere at home or at a park. This band is also great to have for traveling.

      This first exercise is the standing row. It's meant to work your back. Keeping good posture is important. Since I can't stand I will do the row sitting down with my legs stretched in front of me.

      This exercise will work your shoulders. Lift until your arms are parallel to the ground (straight out in front of you, level with your shoulder) and slowly bring back down. I'll sit on a chair and put the band under the legs for this exercise.

      This exercise is the chest press. Start with your arms back & then push forward. Ill do this one sitting as well.

      This exercise is bicep curls. (which I'll do with the chair as well) Be sure to go up slowly and down slowly--going down slowly is just as important as the lift part.

      Good Luck with your workout!

      Sunday, February 7, 2010

      For the Month of Love

      I believe it should be a time to love yourself.
      I think that is both living happily & being healthy.
      xo, M.

      Monday, January 11, 2010

      Recipe: Mixed Grain Risotto

      I've never made a risotto before tonight. I'll admit, I was intimidated. I feel like it's FANCY & that I'm just oh so regular. But man was it YUMMY! I'm sure as I practice, it will only improve. This is the recipe I used, it's warm & perfect for the chilly weather.
      **Load up on the veggies, I added more than it called for, why? Because I CAN! :)

      Mixed Grain Summer Risotto
      from O Magazine
      Serves 6-8

      2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
      1/3 cup chopped onion
      1 small yellow squash, quartered lengthwise and thinly sliced
      1 small zucchini, quartered lengthwise and thinly sliced
      ½ cup each brown rice, pearl barley and wild rice
      ¼ cup dry white wine (optional)
      6 cups chicken or vegetable broth
      ½ cup grated Parmesan, plus more for garnish (optional)
      ¼ cup chopped fresh basil, plus some whole leaves for garnish (optional)
      1 large tomato, seeded and diced
      Salt and freshly ground pepper

      Heat oil in a medium pot over medium-high heat. Add onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until softened, 2 to 3 minutes. Add 3/4 of squash and zucchini, and cook, stirring occasionally, until just softened, 2 to 3 minutes. Add brown rice, barley, and wild rice; toast, stirring often, for 2 minutes. Add wine (if using) and cook 1 minute more. Add broth; bring to a boil. Partially cover pot, reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer, stirring occasionally, until rice and barley are tender and risotto is thick and slightly soupy, about 45 minutes.

      Stir in rest of squash and zucchini; cook, uncovered, until tender, 3 to 4 minutes. Remove from heat; stir in cheese, basil, and tomatoes. Add salt and pepper to taste, and basil garnish (if using).

      I substituted Butternut Squash for the yellow squash, because I like it better. Other substitutes could be:
      spinach leaves
      brussels sprouts
      dried fruit


      Sunday, January 3, 2010

      turn up the heat

      HOT YOGA is where it's AT!!

      Practitioners of hot yoga believe the heat extends the ability of the ligaments, tendons and muscles. Immersing yourself in hot yoga practice is said to:

      * release toxins
      * improve flexibility and range of motion
      * increase the chances of weight loss
      * develop muscle tone
      * build the immune system

      Yoga rocks, hot yoga or Bikram yoga adds a little twist!
      We all wanna spice up our lives right? HOT YOGA PEOPLE!

      Find a class near you, prepare to sweat & work your tooshie off--literally!