Healthy Holidays


The holidays can be a stressful time — and very easy to give into overindulgences. This group program inspires you to make and stick to your goals, including eating at least one healthy food per day, exercising a minimum of 30 minutes for 6 days per week and focusing on inner cleansing and peace. Don’t struggle to get through the holidays alone. Enjoy support and accountability offered through this coach-lead community program.


Why wait until new years to start working towards your goals?  Make the most of the last few months of your year by joining our community program, Healthy Holidays!

Finish out your year with health and wealth, and start the new year with a kick!

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