When you’re teaching one class after another, we all know how important it is to stay hydrated and well-nourished between classes. The last thing we want is for our energy levels to drop! One of our secret weapons – Make a smoothie!
Smoothies are a great way to consume all your nutrients, boost your energy and stay hydrated between classes. Not only are they delicious, but they are quick and easy to make! Try this recipe and see for yourself!
This recipe is packed with nutrients,This recipe is packed with nutrients, including fiber and protein, all of which will help keep you satisfied and promote proper digestion.
The fiber from the chia seeds and flaxseeds will slow down your digestive system which will keep you feeling satisfied for longer and prevent sudden hunger pains. Make sure to use grounded flaxseeds in order to obtain all of its nutrients. Ginger is great if you’re feeling under the weather and due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it helps digestion and decreases bloating and nausea.
I am head over heels in love with Essentrics, more so than ever since I attended the Level 4 Teacher Workshop training!!
The experience I gained at this workshop is truly invaluable! We really focused on being able to look at things like Miranda does. Now, I am no Miranda but she really helped me to see things – things that I was not seeing before! Since coming back from the workshop I am much more aware of issues with my students’ form and can now readily assist them to make fixes that will help them truly feel the stretch and ultimately achieve maximum results.
Meeting Miranda in person was such a wonderful experience. She is so down to earth and humble that it made me love and respect her that much more!! Not only does she really want to help each and every one of us to exceed and be better teachers, she does it in a way that helps you to understand and not feel embarrassed.
I feel that the Workshop is vitally important to anyone who wants to be or is an instructor! The hands on, personal training you receive is priceless!!!
Sheryl Hitchens, Level 4 Essentrics Instructor, Windsor, CO
Feet are the most forgotten body parts in the majority of fitness programs. Weak, inflexible foot muscles lead to extensive damage of the primary joints, such as the ankle, knee, hip and spine.
As a full-body rebalancing program, Essentrics knows the value of stretching and strengthening the feet, ankles and toes. Beyond the benefits of healing and injury prevention, exercises like heel raisers and fondues help us experience an increase in overall energy, speed and agility. It’s easy to see why our athletes appreciate footwork, almost as much as why we admire them for the aesthetic benefit too.
Flex and point your feet, for some seriously longer and leaner legs soon!