Monday, September 28, 2009

Get Real. A Month-Long Lifestyle Intensive with Kate at Back Bay Yoga. In effect Oct 10-31. Meeting 4 Saturday mornings 8:30-11:30. Oct 10, 17, 24 and 31. We will be using this blogspot as our on-line support space. Comment on this posting to ask questions, offer advice, rejoice, complain, and whatever else may come up during the month. I will be checking in daily. Om!


Tara said...

Kate, this is Tara. I'm still in Denver. Do you want me to email you the answers to the questionnaire and the dosha quiz? Or post them here?

Durga-Das ( Steve Elbaz) said...

Om om

Just wanted to see if I'm doing this correctly! I was thinking maybe we can discuss supplements ie.vitamins and stuff like protein shakes - ultimate meal etc etc. Being a vegetarian I'm a little concerned that I don't always get what I need.


asmin said...

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