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Staying Healthy and Sane with Tai Chi – John Farah’s Corner, April 2020

Today, a friend sent me a link to a new rendition of the classic song “Staying Alive”—except now we’re all supposed to “Stay Inside.” (click and listen to Stay Inside) And of course take all necessary precautions to avoid the Coronavirus. The virus has impacted our days and our lives in ways we’re only beginning to understand. There’s no…

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March Newletter – At Home Tips and Resources

Check out our newsletter with ideas for at home resources to stay fit and healthy while home.  Follow us on FB and Instagram for daily updates too!  Click the image for the full newsletter and links. Want to join our mailing list?  Sign up at here…..https://imaginefitnessandyoga.com/contact-location/

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Wrapping Up October

Lots of activity in October and more to come in November!  Interested in taking yoga but not sure where to start? Now’s your chance! This November, new clients can take any two of our yoga classes for free.  Read more and lean how in our October Wrap Up

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Newsletter features UMS and Fisher House

The August Newsletter highlights Imagine Fitness and Yoga sponsoring Snarky Puppy at the UMS Season Opening.  Join us for this and many other upcoming events.  Download the newsletter and learn more! Save the date of September 14 for our Open House.  All new clients who drop in will receive a complimentary 2 week free pass!  Now is the best time…

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Maddie’s Fit Tip | Protein: The Body’s Building Blocks

Proteins are composed of amino acids linked by peptide bonds that, once broken down in the gut, are used for building and repairing tissue, immediate energy consumption, or energy storage. Protein is an important component of a well-balanced diet and can be adjusted according to your lifestyle to help you stay fit and healthy! How much protein should I…

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John’s Corner: Where to Start?

Welcome! In this monthly column, I’ll be sharing some of my thoughts and insights about fitness and what it takes to lead a healthy lifestyle. My column is aimed at people in their fifties or older, because I fall in the same category. Some of you have known me for quite some time. Others, maybe not that long. But…

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