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This is a good all day guy....nice and easy ride..for a 8 hour day teaching PE

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Check these out very good sneaker for running

I hope people are enjoying this nice cold running weather we are having in VT........

Does anyone ever look at this page? Also On Sundays I run Berlin Pond if anyone is down who lives in Central VT......Im not super fast...so no land speed records being broken by this guy

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All of my local running friends! Ch.O.I.C.E. Academy will be hosting it's first 5k walk/run on May 9th at the Barre Town bike path. The proceeds will go towards helping at-risk youth go on their end of the year school trip. The cost is $25.00 per participant and you receive a T-shirt on the day of the event. You can register online at www.choicefunrun.com  or register the day of the event. Hope to see you all there! 

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Block Therapy is coming to Rutland Vermont!
RUTLAND, VERMONT - BLOCK THERAPY 2-DAY INTENSIVE WITH DEANNA HANSEN

WHAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE

Day 1 – CORE, LOWER BODY

This class focuses on melting through the adhesions and tension in the lower body. Every class begins with core work in order to melt through the frozen tissue that is holding the rib-cage in a negative, forward alignment. This is critical in order to re-align the diaphragm and create the optimal foundation for oxygen absorption. From the belly, moving down towards the feet, you will melt through the restrictions blocking blood and energy flow, improving the look, feel and function of tissue. This has implications on degenerative conditions, and the body’s ability to create the most optimal conditions for a healing environment.

SOME ISSUES ADDRESSED
Cellulite, chronic lower back pain, women’s health issues, surgical scarring, varicose veins, elimination, weight loss, lymphatic draining, chronic or acute leg pain.

Day 2 – CORE, UPPER BODY

This class works the belly to the top of the head, including the arms and hands. The lymphatic system greatly benefits as the Block Buddy targets the connective tissue in the armpit and rib cage. Then moving down the arms and up to the neck and into the face and skull, a natural facelift is experienced from the increase in blood flow and decrease in tension. An ability to breathe in a relaxed way is experienced as the rib cage moves with greater ease and strength, creating a deeper sense of inner connection.

SOME ISSUES ADDRESSED
Lymphatic draining, breast health, chronic neck and shoulder pain, hair, skin, eyes health, asthma & allergies, weight loss, sleep.

This event is open to the public and is a prerequisite for the upcoming Block Therapy Instructor training (Dates to be announced).

All classes require a Block Buddy and yoga mat.

TO REGISTER CLICK HERE: http://www.fluidisometrics.com/rutland-vermont-block-therapy-2-day-intensive/

Dates:
Saturday, November 22 & Sunday, November 23

Times:
9:00 am – 12:00 pm OR 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Location:
Franklin Conference Centre 
1 Scale Avenue
Rutland, Vermont

Cost:
$395.00

REGISTER:
1-844-B-PHENOM (274-3666)
Email: register@fluidisometrics.com
Online here: http://www.fluidisometrics.com/rutland-vermont-block-therapy-2-day-intensive/

For more info contact: Kristie Sienkiewicz: (802) 770-0070

Registration Deadline: November 13

*All classes require a Block Buddy & Yoga mat.
To purchase your Block Buddy online now click here: http://www.fluidisometrics.com/products/the-block-buddy/

ABOUT BLOCK THERAPY
Block Therapy is a self-care body work therapy, meditation and exercise. The individual lies on a wooden block called the Block Buddy for a minimum of 3 minutes in each of 47 positions throughout the body. Wood is used as the therapeutic tool because, unlike artificial materials like foam or plastic, it shares similar density to bone. With gravity and body weight, the Block Buddy is able to sink deeply into the tissue, all the way to the bone. This pressure brings increased blood and oxygen into the area, thereby warming the connective tissue and “melting” the powerful seal between layers that creates unhealthy restrictions. The student is taught to use diaphragmatic breathing to bring into the body up to 600% more oxygen. This combination of increased oxygen, proper posture and alignment, and the freeing of adhesions, form the basis of the Fluid Isometrics system. Learn more about Fluid Isometrics and Block Therapy here: http://fluidisometrics.com/

I was wringing my hands about my Vermont City Marathon training and a friend said, "Well...the hay is in the barn or it's not, right?" What a typical Vermonter response! How's your training going?
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