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Whole Foods’ 14-Day Challenge

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From Rachel Nania. Check out her blog, Sear, Simmer & Stir. Follow Nania on Twitter @rnania, email her at rachel[AT]borderstan.com.

Sometimes, we all need a little help and guidance when it comes to sticking with New Year’s resolutions. Thankfully, the Whole Foods at¬†1440 P Street NW is providing just that.¬†The store’s 14-day challenge offers healthy eating and living education and activities from Saturday, January 12 through Saturday, January 26.

For more information, see the schedule below, call 202-332-4300 or contact elizabeth.johnson[AT]wholefoods.com.

Whole Foods 14-Day Challenge Schedule

Healthy Eating and Moving Challenge Orientation, Saturday January 12, 10 am until noon. Whole Foods Market P Street Mezzanine Level. This is your opportunity to learn more about what this challenge is about on your plate, through your movement and for your Spirit. Find out the benefits of the challenge expectations and how you can increase your chances of winning a gift card to Whole Foods Market. Watch an oil- free cooking demo. Taste Samples.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Flow Yoga Center,¬†Monday January 14,¬†12:30 to 1:30 pm.¬†Registration required by January 13. Send an email to makeyoga_notwar[AT]yahoo.com.¬†Vinyasa Yoga follows the flow of breath through sequences of interweaving asanas (postures) that change from class to class. Vinyasa Yoga (also called “Flow” or “Power”) is a popular, evolving form of traditional hatha yoga that focuses on integrating intention, breath and movement, awareness and alignment, strength and flexibility, your practice with your daily life.

Mindful Eating 101, Tuesday January 15, 6-8 pm, Whole Foods Market P Street Mezzanine Level. Mindful eating is a non-diet approach to managing your eating and health that allows you to eat the foods you love and savor every moment. Here’s your chance to end toxic relationships with food, maintain healthy weight and identify foods sensitivities. The workshop includes interactive exercises and samples.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Flow Yoga Center, Wednesday  January 16, 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Registration required by January 15. Send an email to makeyoga_notwar[AT]yahoo.com.

Vinyasa Yoga follows the flow of breath through sequences of interweaving asanas (postures) that change from class to class. Vinyasa Yoga (also called “Flow” or “Power”) is a popular, evolving form of traditional hatha yoga that focuses on integrating intention, breath and movement, awareness and alignment, strength and flexibility, your practice with your daily life.

Not Milk?, Saturday January 19, 10 to 11:30 am, Whole Foods Market P street Mezzanine Level.

Learn about non-dairy options that boost your calcium intake deliciously. Find out how to easily replace common dairy staples (like yogurt and milk on your cereal) in your diet.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Flow Yoga Center, Monday January 21, 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Registration required by January 20. Send an email to makeyoga_notwar[AT]yahoo.com.

Vinyasa Yoga follows the flow of breath through sequences of interweaving asanas (postures) that change from class to class. Vinyasa Yoga (also called “Flow” or “Power”) is a popular, evolving form of traditional hatha yoga that focuses on integrating intention, breath and movement, awareness and alignment, strength and flexibility, your practice with your daily life.

Cleansing Foods, Tuesday January 22, 6 to 8 pm, Whole Foods Market P street Mezzanine Level.

Some foods are known for their ability to detox and revitalize your body and mind and leave you feeling your best. Find out which ones and taste these delicious foods and learn to incorporate them into your regular diet easily and simply.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Flow Yoga Center, Wednesday January 23, 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Registration required by January 22. Send an email to makeyoga_notwar[AT]yahoo.com.

Vinyasa Yoga follows the flow of breath through sequences of interweaving asanas (postures) that change from class to class. Vinyasa Yoga (also called “Flow” or “Power”) is a popular, evolving form of traditional hatha yoga that focuses on integrating intention, breath and movement, awareness and alignment, strength and flexibility, your practice with your daily life.

Goal Setting Lab with Lululemon, Saturday January 26, 4:15-6:15 pm at Flow Yoga Center. This workshop helps you set goals to take what you’ve learned in the last two weeks beyond the challenge end date and into your daily life.  This interactive experience is one you’ll also be able to use in other aspects of your life.

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