What's New!?
October, 2018 - Issue #169
What's New:
More Proof that Sauna Use Helps those with Autoimmune Disorders
A study published this year titled, "Clinical Effects of Regular Dry Sauna Bathing: A Systematic Review" has exciting news for fans of far-infrared sauna use. Cited within were the details of a Japanese study focusing on patients with fibromyalgia - with or without another rheumatological disorder like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. The study reported substantial improvements to pain, as well as reduced symptoms based on a fibromyalgia impact questionnaire, and generalized reports of improved quality of life.
Organic Sweat Shack 678-0880

What's New:
Lower-cost, Higher-efficacy Fat Freezing
As the first cost-effective body contouring solution on the market, the technology behind Mend Cryo Sculpting won the Most Innovative Device at the International Expo in Paris, France. The process, which uses state-of-the-art thermography and cryotherapy (thermal shock) to reshape your body, has been shown to prompt localized fat loss while reducing cellulite, pain and wrinkles to boot. By improving blood circulation, tissues are repaired thanks to the accelerated cellular activity, too. Mend Cryo Sculpting treats your adipose tissue to induce lipolysis, which breaks down fat cells, reducing your body fat without causing damage to other tissues. The specially-developed technique applies both heat and coolness directly to your skin and is safe, comfortable and non-invasive.
Mend Cryotherapy 294-7898

What's New:
Rising Lotus Yoga in Newhall
At time of print, the Inside SCV staff was dusting off our yoga mats in eager preparation for the first day of classes at Rising Lotus Yoga in Newhall. By the time you read this, the already-popular place (Their first location in the Valley is booming.) will be offering their signature classes in an environment based on building community. Fall equinox begins on September 22; this changing of the seasons is the perfect time to change your life with a calming, strengthening yoga practice!
available at Rising Lotus Yoga 200-7293

New Study Shows You can Improve Mental & Physical Health with Team Training
Recently, researchers analyzed the link connecting mental health and physical activity. They discovered that, by large margins, team sports provided more benefits when compared to walking or running. The study reviewed data on activity that traditionally is performed in groups. The hypothesis: group activity has an extra benefit thanks to the social component.
Ready to give your body, and mental health, a boost? Activities like Tribe Team Training at The Paseo Club could be the perfect fit. Tribe Team Training is the small group-training program that helps you achieve more than you ever thought possible. With Tribe Training, there is something for everyone; no two workouts are ever the same and each is progressive. You'll start with the basics in Week 1 and continuously learn new exercises until the final two weeks of each season, where no more new exercises will be introduced - but the challenge of the workouts will be at their peak. Each session lasts for six weeks and meets twice weekly. Choose from TribeFIT, a high-intensity functional fitness workout; TribeLIFE, a moderate-intensity, low-impact functional workout that gets you fit for life; and TribeCORE, designed to activate your deep torso muscles, leaving you with a slimmer waist and firm, strong abs.
Want to try Tribe for free? The free Tribe Trial Week starts on September 17.
The Paseo Club 257-0044
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