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Confessions Of A Lazy Person :: Youtube Videos

Did you know there are an endless amounts of videos on youtube that you can watch at the gym and they just tell you what to do and then you do it. They even tell you you’re doing great! And I’m thinking “How do they even know?!” but it’s been a game changer for me. I used to go in and do a few things that made me sweat and kind of worked my body a bit, but these videos, they’re perfect for late night visits when the gym is empty and I can blast these videos on high and really focus. I’m not interested in attending classes at a certain time with lots of people. So, hey, this is a great alternative for people like me.

or if you want something a little more fun…

Can you picture me actually doing that? I can. It’s not pretty.


Hot Yoga With Amanda Ing

Traditional Hot Yoga with Amanda Ing at Vitality Body and Mind

A friend of mine is starting these Hot Yoga sessions at Vitality Body and Mind starting November 5th and November 7th. I highly recommend giving it a try. She’s got some series experience and she’s lovely.

New At Vitality – SoulBeats Dance School

Vitality Body and Mind Fernie BC

Starting next week!

Kids Ballet (6-11 yrs) 3:30-4:30
Teen Contemporary (12-16 yrs) 4:30-5:30

Teen Creative Building (12-16 yrs) 6:00-7:00

Adult Hip Hop (17+) 7:00-8:00

Adult Ballet (17+) 7:00-8:00


Kiss Hip Hop (6-11 yrs) 3:30-4:30
Teen Hip Hop (12-16 yrs) 4:30-5:30
Stretch and Technique (17+) 7:00-8:00

Fall Registration: A post dated cheque for $135.00 WHICH INCLUDES YOUR FIRST CLASS FREE!

The second 12 week session that will start mid January will go back to original price of $150.00

Drop-Ins $13.00 Per person

Classes are one hour in length. Even though we do a warm up in class, it is always nice to have students come to class warmed up and stretched.

Dance Instructor: Cat Javier
Contact for more details:

Physical Literacy At Vitality Body and Mind

Physical Literacy for Kids at Vitality Body and Mind

Vitality has started a new program for kids. It’s called Physical Literacy and it’s for 3-5 year olds on Wednesdays. In this 6 week program, Andrea Gibson guides the kids in building obstacle courses as a team and just having fun together. This is a new program, so they’re offering a low introductory price, just $7 for drop-in and $30 for the 6 weeks…but there are still 5 weeks left!

If you’re keen, parents can stay for a spin class for just $7!


Mother’s Day Event At Vitality Body & Mind On May 9th

vitality mother's day event - free classes, workshops and treatments

Found On Twitter – I Love Trades!

Confessions Of A Lazy Person : Keeping A Schedule

My running partner works hard on keeping me on our schedule and I try to do the same for her. Life gets messy sometimes! Kids get sick, I get sick, the weather gets ugly, I want to watch The Last Man On Earth, I ate too much dinner and on and on. I have a lot of good reasons not to do things and sometimes they’re legit and other times they’re lazy. One thing I have managed to do is find a place that I feel comfortable indoors so at least the weather can’t be an excuse.

Vitality Body and Mind Fernie BCVitality, where I started taking Pilates, was offering child minding in trade for memberships and I just don’t have the time for that so I thought about a post from a few weeks ago – Fernie and Social Media – and put a new trade idea on the table. Membership for a social media specialist & graphic designer. And so, that’s what I’ve been doing when it’s raining or when my running partner is unable to get out for a run. I was pretty adamant about not going to a gym but once I got the access number and walked into an empty (late at night) Vitality, I was sold! I loved going to a place where I wasn’t being watched (I didn’t know what I was doing) and I just felt so relaxed. When I’m there I run on the treadmill, drink some water, take some pictures, learn about the place (to showcase those things on social media), take a shower and head home.

Now I just need to stop getting sick.