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Bikram Yoga Retreat Mendon Vermont, Bikram Yoga Retreat Puerto Rico, Bikram Yoga Retreat Maui. Great yoga, eat amazing food, meet wonderful people... and laugh A LOT!! Bikram yoga is a beginning yoga class comprised of 26 basic hatha postures, each one practiced twice, in a warm room. The heated room will allow you to heal faster, stretch deeper, feel better without injury. Set up like a chain reaction, the series of postures is designed to continually warm you up so from the beginning to the end of class you will never go into a posture underprepared. You will work your body and mind from the inside out, fingertips to toes, bones to skin - touching on every muscle, ligament, tendon, internal organ in your body - you will feel great!  The series & class is always the same wherever you are on the planet - but you will never have the same class twice! Challenging, rewarding at every level, NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED


Knowledge is power! Don't you want to know?!!

Did you know that Naked Juice has been putting synthetically produced ingredients, such as calcium pantothenate (synthetically produced from formaldehyde) and genetically engineered ingredients, into its “all natural” juices?

Thanks to a landmark legal victory for American consumers last week, this is all going to change. 

Naked Juice and its parent company PepsiCo have agreed to settle a very important class action lawsuit, which accused the company of deceptive labeling, and they will now remove the “all natural” label from their juices. The case is not settled though - a court must review the settlement and make sure it is fair to the classs. And it's not. 

However, you haven’t been told the entire story.......

Naked and PepsiCo have cut very questionable deals with the plaintiffs' lawyers to minimize the amount of media exposure of this case – all to protect the Naked Juice brand and shortchange consumers.

If that weren’t enough, they don’t want to name non-profit organizations who work to promote transparent labeling (a requirement of the law) as beneficiaries of any unclaimed funds.