Go Hungry

Try this for a mantra. As you breathe out, say go hungry out loud. Repeat 15 times when you first wake up, or throughout the day at a convenient time.

The addictive mind has amnesia. It has to be reminded not to eat habitually; save your appetite for when you’re actually hungry. If you’re feeling fussy, dissatisfied with available options, put off eating. You’re probably not hungry.

You’ll find you’re inclined to eat less, or put off eating until your body legitimately needs it. Don’t indulge on the first impulse.

It doesn’t matter if you want to loose 5 lbs or 50.  The mind is just a computer. You can program it any way you want. And the body will follow.

So be careful of the words you use. Don’t eat would be putting it negatively. Be positive. Going is being active. Going hungry is all there is too it.

It’s not complicated.

Hot yoga is on tomorrow night.

Ciao, Pietro

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Big Screen Yoga – Pietro Gets Creative

Expose yourself to myriad forms of yoga. On the big screen at Panacea Studio, we enter ancient traditions with the greatest of ease, and even explore modern practices.

You need but ask. What curiosities lurk in your imagination? Each class focuses on a particular tradition, whether it be Ashtanga, Bikram, Kundalini, or even nude yoga if there’s a demand for it:)

Only kidding Mom!

The background is always something majestic like a beach in Thailand at sunset, or sunrise on a dock next to a pond.

I won’t be demonstrating the postures. The instructor on screen will be doing that. I’ll be correcting your forum. And operating the projector from my laptop in the back.

This is a rare and precious opportunity. The yogic experience is heightened. And you learn something in the process.

Coming soon to Panacea Studio. Hope to see you there.

Ciao, Pietro

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