Weight Loss Yoga Grand Junction CO

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Shambhava School of Yoga
(970) 243-2993
832 Rood Ave
Grand Junction, CO
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Yoga Instructor

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Alliance Therapeutic Services
(970) 245-7489
225 N 5th St
Grand Junction, CO
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Psychologist, Yoga Instructor

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Fruita Fitness Center
(970) 858-5300
158 S Park Sq
Fruita, CO
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Massage Practitioner, Yoga Instructor

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Amber Robitaille
(303) 859-5234
Aurora, CO
Specialty
Strength Building, Weight Loss, Aerobics, Body Sculpting, Burst Training
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Bachelor''s Degree in Adult Fitness and Exercise Science. Minor in Nutrition. I am ACSM-HFI certified. CPR certified. I did personal training at Metro State College of Denver, The Trails Recreation, and have been in-home personal training for over a year under my own business.
Education
EducationMost trainer''s at recreation centers, corporate gyms, and many independent trainers have certifications that take at best a weekend to achieve. The tests they have to take are open book and are mailed in. I hold a bachelor''s degree in Adult Fitness & Exercise Science with a minor in Nutrition from Metropolitan State College of Denver, in Colorado.CertificationNot only do I hold a degree in the field, I am also certified by the American College of Sports Medicine and am recognized as a
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30 years old (trains female only)

Xakary Wolfe
(970) 308-4508
Fort Collins, CO
Specialty
Strength Building, Body Building, Weight Loss, Rehabilitation, Body Sculpting, Nutrition
Schedule Type
- International Sport Science Association (ISSA) - International Sports Medicine Association (ISMA) - CPR & Standard First Aid (American Red Cross) - Currently studying for Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
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34 years old (trains both men and women)

Yoga West
(970) 255-9642
1025 Main St
Grand Junction, CO
Industry
Yoga Instructor

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Grand Valley Muscular Therapy
(970) 243-2004
2768 Compass Dr
Grand Junction, CO
Industry
Massage Practitioner, Physical Therapist, Yoga Instructor

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Mark Schmukal
(720) 220-3455
Englewood, CO
Specialty
Strength Building, Weight Loss, Rehabilitation, Body Sculpting, Powerlifting Coach
Schedule Type
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
Education
For more than 16 years, Mark has trained people ranging from professional athletes to people who simply want to improve their health, including experience with individuals with the Kansas City Chiefs, the Seattle Seahawks, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, the U.S. Army, the Power Team, and the World Wrestling Federation. He has worked in a physical therapy clinic, and served as a manager for 24 Hour Fitness.Mark reads, takes courses, and attends p
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35 years old (trains both men and women)

Health Nutrition & Wellness Center
(303) 415-2589
3011 Broadway St
Boulder, CO
 
Geof and Amy Suits
(719) 447-9380
Colorado Springs, CO
Specialty
Strength Building, Body Building, Weight Loss, Rehabilitation, Outdoor sports training
Schedule Type
NFPT Personal Trainer
Education
Geof SuitsAs the owner with his wife Amy, Geof brings to Physique Etc. Personal Training Studio 15 years of experience as an NFPT Certified Personal Trainer. During this time, Geof has worked closely with physicians, physical therapists, and others in the medical field to acquire extensive knowledge of the human body and movement. Geof specializes in post rehabilitation, having taken the ISSA Post Rehabilitation Specialist course. His knowledge of biomechanics and human function allow him to qui
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44 years old (trains both men and women)

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Yoga and Weight Loss

Changing lifestyle plays a key role in building fat!

With the onward march of civilization, man with a zealous passion has aimed at improving his ways of life. A harmonious blend of curiousity, intelligence and zest to find solutions to the challenges faced, has enabled him to ameliorate and hike living standards. Unparalleled techno-cool machines and gadgets have aided him to reduce labour, mechanize work and redeem time. Formerly the task which would demand sweat of the brow and hours of intense labour, can niftily be done, by a few smart presses of buttons!

But this transition in lifestyle, is packaged with grave problems. The exercising quotient has dipped certainly, but without harmonious toning down of food habits it is bound to meddle with normal healthy physiology. A sedentary lifestyle (with a majority of the people bound to desk jobs, or jobs not involving physical exertion), excess intake of food than required levels, the junk food (food high on calorific values, low in nutrition and detrimental to health) magnet playing strong have cumulatively gravitated a morbid monster called "obesity". People are getting restless as to how to beat the bulge and cut on calories.

Yoga comes in as the savior! Yoga can be defined as an exercise to stimulate and harmonize all levels of a biological system, physical, mental and spiritual. It is a powerful tool to burn calories and return to or maintain shape as it offers a holistic and versatile means of losing weight. Many people also choose to combine yoga with running, walking or other aerobic exercise in order to reach their weight loss goals.

How Yoga Helps Burn Calories..

The effect of Yoga on our body is simple yet extremely effective.

  • Mobilization of fats: Certain breathing techniques (including 'Bhastrika' and 'Suryabhedana') massage the abdomen and the fat stored around organs. This activates the fat and makes it easier to burn off. The deep breathing in Yoga increases the oxygen intake to the cells of our body, including the fat cells which burn in contact with oxygen.

  • Increased metabolism: Some breathing techniques help stimulate sluggish or inactive glands (specially the thyroid glands), helping them increase their hormonal output and abet weight loss.

  • Awareness: One school of thought purports that it is the mind/body awareness creation in yoga which is of pivotal importance. Such awareness may translate to different eating habits, and more care regarding what kind of food one puts into the body. People who have greater body awareness may also notice when they feel full and stop eating. This belief actually suggests that it is not the exercise but the philosophy of regular yoga practice that may result in weight loss.

8 Well Researched Tips As To Why One Should Resort To Yoga To Cut Flab..

  1. Yoga offers a highly directed and target specific means for losing weight, for eg. if one wants to reduce one's waistline or hips, particular yoga's are available ...

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