Wake-Up Warrior Challenge To Start February 15

Join Goorus Yoga’s New Wake-Up Warrior Challenge!
 
This the time when our New Year's resolutions begin to falter. So, while 2016 is still new, we are challenging you to practice one hour of yoga with Goorus 3 or more times each weekday at 6:30am. 
 
Why?
 
Practicing yoga in the morning can help you to establish a regular yoga practice (which has many proven health benefits).
 
You will begin to feel more energetic, flexible and strong, as well as notice increased metabolism and improved quality of sleep.
 
Best of all, practicing yoga first thing in the morning gets your day off to a great start!  You’re done by 7:30am, with enough time to get the kids off to school and arrive at work on-time.
 
Goorus' “Wake-Up Warrior” Challenge will run from February 15 through March 15.  Details are as follows:
 
CHALLENGE & REWARD #1: 
Take 12 Wake-Up classes (6:30 - 7:30am) in four weeks
Reward: Special 2-hour class and celebration (no charge)
 
CHALLENGE & REWARD #2:
Take 16 Wake-Up classes (6:30 – 7:30am) in four weeks
Reward: Special 2-hour class and celebration (no charge), PLUS an exclusive gift from Goorus

CHALLENGE & REWARD #3:
Take 20 Wake-Up classes (6:30 – 7:30am) in four weeks
Reward: Special 2-hour class and celebration (no charge), an exclusive gift from Goorus, AND free 1/2-hour private lesson with Susan Cambigue-Tracey
 
HOW WE WILL SUPPORT YOU:

· Check in

· Chart your progress

· Highlight the names of people who successfully complete the challenge in our enewsletter/website (unless you wish privacy)

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask…and Good Luck!  Your body, mind, and spirit will thank you.

Gretchen Lightfoot

A Yoga Alliance RYT-500, Gretchen trained with Carmen Fitzgibbon, Thomas Taubman, and Gigi Snyder of YogaWorks in Los Angeles. Gretchen’s teaching experience includes YogaWorks, Neutrogena, Fancy Feet Dance Studio, the Palisades Library, the Palisades Rec Center, and one-on-one work with a number of private clients throughout LA.

Gretchen’s classes vary in style. Her weekday morning classes run from a balanced, all-level flow to a chilled-out yin practice, to an Iyengar-style wall practice. Sunday morning flow tends to be a little more energetic (expect music). Regardless of the style, Gretchen encourages practitioners to listen to their bodies and modify where needed.