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Introducing
 
 Best Kept Secret…DoYouEve Mind Body™ JUST BEGIN
Have fun, get fit & lose weight
Meditate, Dance, Rejuvenate



This one-of-a-kind total Mind & Body fitness program combines mindfulness meditation, stretching and interpretive dance. It's easy and low-impact. Plus, you will have so much fun, you won't even notice you're exercising.  The idea is that you can do it any time, any place. It's not about being perfect; it's about enjoying yourself.  Just make sure you have a clear space, so you don't trip or fall on anything, and stay clear of the furniture. It could be at home in your living room, bedroom, office, your kids' room. This thirty minute break from stresses and hoopla of daily life can change your life. Give it a try, risk-free, and see for yourself. Watch the preview. click here



No Gym, no complicated moves to learn and the benefits are even greater, according to research, than learning and repeating the same class over and over again. Because you are using the dance/creative part of your brain every time you choose your movements, you are creating new pathways in your brain. 

This is a 30-minute low-impact, fun-filled class, you take in the privacy of your own home or office (at lunch). It includes a 10-minute mindfulness meditation to start you off and get your mind relaxed and ready to enjoy the second part, which is a 20-minute fun-filled stretch and dance session.  Risk free. 100% satisfaction guarantee. Return for a full refund of the purchase price less shipping within 30 days of ordering, if not satisfied. Always check with your physician before starting this or any other fitness program.

Learn more about why dance is so good for your brain.Click here.

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DoYouEve Mind, Body, and Soul Harmony Principles
 
 
 
 
 
Mind
 
First, since your mind is the dashboard, which controls everything else, you must prepare for change by getting your mind ready. Without a 
firm and conscious commitment,
stemming from your mind, no change can happen.
 
 
 
 
Body
 
Next, in order to make positive
changes in your life, you need to pay close 
attention to your physical 
state and needs and your overall sense of well-being. There are steps you can 
follow to improve how you 
take care of your body, be it relaxation, nutrition or movement/exercise.
 
Soul
Last but not least, in order to be in the right state of mind ready for change, you must have your soul at peace. You need to strive for a spirit of hope, joy, and fulfillment to dominate your daily existence.
 
 
 
 
Are you suffering from persistent anxiety, panic attacks, fear of driving, fear of public places, and/or chronic stress? Do you have trouble concentrating, sleeping, focusing, and accomplishing goals? You are definitely not alone. CNN reported recently that "Stress and anxiety are among the most pressing and far-reaching public health problems we face," according to Tracy Dennis, professor of psychology at Hunter College. Learn more
 






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