March Challenge

March is here and that means Spring is right around the corner. This is a perfect opportunity to set some new goals, shake things up and do something new to stimulate change in your body. Personally I am embarking on a 30 day Ballet Barre challenge and along with that I have set the intention to do some Spring cleansing. I want to do the Neti Pot every day, drink lemon water every morning, cut out snacks with vegetable oils, bring back liquid Chlorophyll, drink Bija Cleanse Tea and have a good stretch session every night.

If you are looking to make some changes in your body and in how you feel, what would you love to do to create that change?  

The key is to set goals that exude fun, are reasonable and doable for you and that you are inspired to try. Although there is challenge, effort, dedication and hard work, there needs to be a level of excitement and fun as well. Don’t do something that you feel you should do or that you have to do or that you don’t really want to do but you are going to try anyway! Do something(s) that you would really love to do.

It is normal to feel stagnant after our long winter season. If you have been eating the same things and doing the same exercise program for months, this is the time to do something different. Most of you have come to me for weight loss, to increase energy and to feel better. In order to continue to meet those goals and get different results, what kind of effort are you willing to put in?

We are about to head into the season of renewal, new beginnings and detoxification. Take advantage of this time. I want you to experience success and feel really good. I would love to cheerlead you through this month, so share your goals with me and I will support you all the way through.

Enjoy everybody and have a lot of fun stimulating change in your body, mind and soul!

Yours in health,



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Amy Bondar

As a certified holistic nutritionist, eating psychologist and Demartini Method(R) Facilitator, I'm passionate about helping people awaken to the power of foods to heal and bringing back the joy of eating.