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Here you will find up to date information on studio happenings, schedule changes and more.

  • Eating With Intention
      Redefine your relationship with food.  Join me at Peace Tree Yoga in Northwood, NH  to explore your habits and views around what we consume.  Observe your “whys” and “hows”.  Learn to nourish your senses.  Design a personalized plan to set you on a journey of mindfulness and ease in your relationship with food. Date: Sunday, September 18th Time: 11:00am -2:00pm Cost: $35.  A light vegetarian lunch will be served. Contact the studio at info@peacetreeyoga.com to register!  
  • Support Emotional Health with Essential Oils
    Do you ever wish you felt more relaxed or more energized? That you could move through your life with a greater sense of ease? Join us in learning about 4 essential oils that can support and provide harmony in your life. Create and take home your very own specialized lotion or oil to make part of your daily ritual. Receive information that will help with management of moods and emotions! Heather Jones is a licensed massage therapist, registered yoga teacher, Reiki practitioner and aromatherapist. She brings her skills and understanding of these ancient healings to her clients at Cabana Hair Salon. Contact Lanta@nourish.works to reserve your spot! JUST FOR FUN! Join the forum at www.nourish.works under BUILD COMMUNITY. Log in your self massage for 21 days and receive an ...
  • Fearless Fermenting
    Fearless Fermenting: Salting Vegetables April 26 6-8 $25 Learn to harness the power of salt and time to make probiotic-rich and delicious fermented vegetables. In this class, you will get to taste samples of kraut, kimchi, and fermented carrots. You’ll learn how lacto-fermentation works and the exact steps to make them turn out crunchy and safe every time. You will also get hands on experience preparing jars of vegetables for confident fermenting at home. We will only be using fresh vegetables, fruit and salt—there will be no gluten or dairy. Please bring a knife, a grater and a large mixing bowl if possible. It is helpful but not required, to bring two quart-size, wide-mouth mason jars. You will take home jars of food ready to ...
  • A Ladies’ Day!
    I am so excited for today! Last month, when I was feeling overextended and out of joy, I looked at my calendar and chose my first free day, April 1. I laughed at the Universal joke and promptly emailed 4 of my closest friends, asking them to save the date and plan on playing hooky from work or finding childcare as was necessary. Then, I got to think about what 5 moms would want to do on a free day without children or any other responsibilities. I came up with a complimentary yoga class with me in my living room followed by a mimosa. Then, we would head to a local garden center and dream of Spring planting. Lastly, I made ...
  • “What do you do?” Well, let me tell you…..
    This has a been a recurring conversation since I started handing out my business cards and hosting my “Parlour Talks”. What do I do? Well, let me tell you! I SUPPORT WOMEN ON THE JOURNEY TO SELF-DISCOVERY. “What the hell does that mean?”, you ask. It means that I engage speakers for my intimate Parlour Talks that address issues and concerns my peers are having. I also create Ladies Days so that I can revel in the friendships of women and experience laughter and engage in uplifting conversations. I run 21 Day Fix Accountability Groups as a means to teaching women that self-care can be empowering and loving, not punitive. I also facilitate an online life coaching program called TRANSFORM that teaches ...
  • Dinnertime is important!
    http:// // MasterfoodsBeautiful video – a complete surprise… love family! Posted by Overdownunder on Sunday, February 14, 2016  
  • The Midas Touch
    This is Midas. He is one of my goats. For those of you who don’t know me, I own a 15 acre hobby farm with a geriatric pony, goats, ducks, chickens and sometimes cows or pigs. I used to talk about it all the time as every experience was new and crazy or funny or hard. There was always a lesson to be learned-how to have better practices, or safer ones, how to make it easier, how not to ruin your vehicles upholstery in the transport of said animals. Are you starting to get the picture? So, 10 years in and the farm feels like another incomplete item on my husband’s and my to do list. We feel overwhelmed as the ...
  • Time to Move
    I woke up this morning feeling so heavy. A weeks worth of holiday eating has left me lethargic, bloated. As I step into my hot tub, my back aches and hamstrings tighten. I really need to move my body! I am seeing messages from fellow coaches saying “don’t let a bad week be a bad month” or “just do it”. I have mixed feelings about these messages and find myself thinking about them as I soak.  To me, these messages say that I am not enough. You still have work to do. Do more. Do IT ?!? I don’t want to lose the progress that I have made in my fitness, but damn, back off! I was tired. December was a busy, stressed out ...

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