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14-Day Guided Yogic Cleanse

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Investment: $200 Buy Now

Reset Your Body the Right Way:

  • Improve digestion
  • Loss Weight
  • Flush chemical and emotional toxins
  • Boost your energy
  • Get Radiant Skin
  • Sleep Better

Kick-Off Meeting on Monday, November 4th

Reserve your Kit today!

Comprehensive Cleanse Kit Includes:

  • Ayurvedic Detox Herbs
  • Cleansing Pukka Tea
  • Purification Oils
  • Balancing & Moisturizing Body Oil
  • Cleanse eBook
  • Meal Planner
  • Home Practice Yoga Sequence
  • 1 Month Access to the System

Effective Meal Plans to Fit Your Needs:

  • Paleo
  • Vegetarian
  • Traditional Ayurveda

Dates & Meetings:

Kick-Off Meeting on Monday, November 4th
8:00-9:00 p.m. – Determine your ideal dosha, the very key to a balanced life! Review food guidelines, provide a weekly menu and all the tools you need to get organized for the main cleanse phase.
Monday, November 11th
8:00-9:00 p.m. Pick up your cleanse kit. Main phase begins and we are here for you every step of the way!
Monday, November 18th
Time TBD – Celebratory dinner at Cafe Sunflower! Learn how to maintain the positive results and hit the holiday season looking and feeling better than ever!

What does the Cleanse involve?

A comprehensive daily plan, 4 weekly yoga classes with Meryl, weekly check-in meetings and online community support. You will do a daily practice that includes yoga, meditation, and breathing exercises. You will incorporate Ayurvedic tools and herbs such as abhyanga massage, and Liver Support to optimize the detox process, as well as eat a nutritious, clean diet during each phase of the process:

Preparation & Elimination Phase
To prepare your body to flush toxins, we will first make sure that your natural detoxifying processes are functioning optimally by starting to gently eliminate toxic foods and patterns. This will help:

  • Balance Blood Sugar
  • Stimulate the Lymphatic System
  • Decongest the Liver Channels

Cleanse Phase
During the Main Cleanse, you will eat a nutritious diet free of refined & processed sugars, gluten, caffeine and alcohol. You will drink increasing amounts of ghee each morning for several days. You will also carve out some time to rest & reflect.

Goal being:

  • Support the Liver in Flushing Toxic Fats & Chemicals
  • Reset your Metabolism

Reintroduction Phase
After the Main Cleanse, it is time to rejuvenate! You will continue on the  Elimination diet and gradually reintroduce foods. Now that you have a clean and primed digestive system it is the perfect time to identify any food sensitivities. A step-by-step guide for how to reintroduce food and track any issues is provided. You will continue to boost your digestive fire while supporting your lymphatic system and liver. You will continue taking herbal supplements and teas for several weeks and incorporate a seasonal, whole foods diet.

 

Investment: $200   Buy Now

This month we are reading Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah by Richard Bach. Yoga Book is free & open to all; please join us on Tuesday, Nov. 19th at 8 p.m. for discussion, tea and community. Location TBD.

 

 

Editorial Review:

In the cloud-washed airspace between the cornfields of Illinois and blue infinity, a man puts his faith in the propeller of his biplane. For disillusioned writer and itinerant barnstormer Richard Bach, belief is as real as a full tank of gas and sparks firing in the cylinders …until he meets Donald Shimoda – former mechanic and self-described messiah who can make wrenches fly and Richard’s imagination soar…In Illusions, the unforgettable follow-up to his phenomenal New York Times bestseller Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Richard Bach takes to the air to discover the ageless truths that give our souls wings: that people don’t need airplanes to soar …that even the darkest clouds have meaning once we lift ourselves above them …and that messiahs can be found in the unlikeliest places – like hay fields, one-traffic-light midwestern towns, and most of all, deep within ourselves.

Thanks to the Monsters

October 21, 2013

Last night, I had the incredible privilege of attending Sacred Thread Yoga’s One Year Anniversary celebration. The celebration was a night of sweetness: a free yoga class taught by the beautiful Deborah Quibell and then chai, sweets and community afterwards. As a teacher at Sacred Thread, Deborah asked all of us to record “an invitation” that we would like to share with yoga community during this class. She wove all of our invitations into the evening’s playlist for one of the sweetest yoga classes I’ve ever attended. Every time I heard one of my fellow teachers’ voices, my eyes filled with tears and my practice moved another layer deeper.

The request for an invitation caught me a bit off guard though, I was spending the weekend with a girlfriend and wasn’t at home with my usual resources of yoga books, journals and saved quotes to inspire me. As I sat on my friend’s couch reflecting over the weekend and wondering what I would share in class this week, my eyes fell on a beautiful piece of art created by another dear friend.

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“Here’s my thanks to the monster that didn’t succeed in swallowing me alive.” Created by Laura Martin

And as simple as that, I pulled out my phone and recorded an invitation for you:

An Invitation for You

Yoga for Healing

October 7, 2013

6-week series: Yoga For Healing

Atlanta Hot Yoga (Buckhead location)

Tuesday, 8 – 9:15 a.m.

Oct. 15 – Nov. 19, 2013

Yoga for Healing is designed for those that want to introduce an element of depth and  healing into their lives.  It is for those that want to deepen their practice with touches of pranayama and meditation. People seek Yoga Therapy for any number of reasons:

  • Orthopedic injuries and imbalances
  • Chronic pain, arthritis, firbomyalgia, carpel tunnel syndrom
  • Diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, IBS, headaches
  • Depression, anxiety, insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome
  • To learn about movement patterns, proper alignment, body mechanics
  • To rediscover a sense of self, inner peace, joy and other matters of the heart

This series is designed to invite yogis into a space of exploration.  Likely, you know your yoga practice already.  You know what poses you love to do and what you’d prefer to skip.  You know what causes frustration and what makes you feel like a rockstar. I’m going to ask you to forget all of that. Forget what you expect out of your practice, out of your environment and your teacher. Instead, we will explore. We will watch. We will ask questions that don’t require an answer, at least not in words. Do you have to be sick or injured to join Yoga for Healing? No. My home practice is an exploration of healing everyday.  Honestly, what day doesn’t include at least one moment where we feel injured through a hurtful word, frustrating demands or painful rush hour traffic?

Consider joining me on Tuesday, Oct. 15 for this 6-week exploration of healing.  You can email me with questions or to pre-register at register@merylarnett.com or read more about Therapeutic Yoga here.

$60/full series

$18/drop-in

AHY class cards are accepted for this series

Yoga for Healing

October 7, 2013

Many of you know that I’ve spent the last few years studying the therapeutic benefits of yoga.  I love yoga for the stretching and strengthening aspects of the practice and for the sweat of a hot class, but I also love what yoga does for our mind and our soul.  The cohesion of our practice can offer healing qualities for physical injury, emotional struggles and mental imbalance.  It can take the disparate pieces of our self and pull them back together within our Soul.  It can allow us to explore the beauty of Spirit and depth of Soul, and it can teach you to take care of that low back pain as well.

Next week on Oct. 15, I am introducing a 6-week Yoga for Healing series at Atlanta Hot Yoga on Tuesdays at 8 a.m.  This series is designed to invite yogis into a space of exploration.  Likely, you know your yoga practice already.  You know what poses you love to do and what you’d prefer to skip.  You know what causes frustration and what makes you feel like a rockstar. I’m going to ask you to forget all of that. Forget what you expect out of your practice, out of your environment and your teacher. Instead, we will explore. We will watch. We will ask questions that don’t require an answer, at least not in words. Do you have to be sick or injured to join Yoga for Healing? No. My home practice is an exploration of healing everyday.  Honestly, what day doesn’t include at least one moment where we feel injured through a hurtful word, frustrating demands or painful rush hour traffic?

Yoga for Healing is designed for those that want to introduce an element of kindness and, yes, healing, into their lives.  It is for those that want to deepen their practice with touches of pranayama and meditation. People seek Yoga Therapy for any number of reasons:

  • Orthopedic injuries and imbalances
  • Chronic pain, arthritis, firbomyalgia, carpel tunnel syndrom
  • Diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, IBS, headaches
  • Depression, anxiety, insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome
  • To learn about movement patterns, proper alignment, body mechanics
  • To rediscover a sense of self, inner peace, joy and other matters of the heart

Consider joining me on Tuesday, Oct. 15 for this 6-week exploration of healing.  You can email me with questions or to pre-register at register@merylarnett.com.

$60/full series

$18/drop-in

AHY class cards are accepted for this series

Pumpkin Coconut Caramel Coffee

September 30, 2013

It’s FALL!!!!!  In my fall-loving-frenzy, there is nothing more enjoyable than a Pumpkin Latte, except…  gross, what is in that fake-pumpkin-flavored-sugar-syrup they put in that coffee?  Don’t get me wrong, I’ll occasionally splurge and still drink one of those lattes, but I can’t help feeling a little yucky afterwards.  So, imagine, my delight, when I opened my newest cookbook purchase, Vegan Slow Cooking For Two, and found this little gem:

Pumpkin Coconut Caramel Sauce

1 can full-fat coconut milk

1 cup packed brown sugar

1 cup pumpkin puree

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

1/8 tsp ground cardamom

1/8 tsp ground allspice

pinch cloves

Add all the ingredients into your 1.5 quart slow cooker and cook on low for 9 hours.  Store in the fridge and use a few teaspoons in your hot or iced coffee.

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Kathy Hester, the author of this awesome cookbook, also has a fabulous healthy cooking blog.  Check it out!

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