Gotta keep fighting everyday to get stronger and to see those changes! And man am I starting to see some!
I am getting definition on my arms that wasn’t there before.
I am having more energy throughout the day.
I am not craving sweet foods as much as I used to!
It’s amazing what these small things that I am doing are adding up to!
And I want you guys to take advantage this holiday season! I’m not saying you need to lose weight. I am say thing that I have a way for you to help maintain and not gain weight this holiday season!
Plus all of our packages are $20 off. AND we are having a Harry Potter themed group this month! AHH!! The nerd in me is losing her mind!
But if you are ready drop a holiday emoji below to get all the details about this next group!
Our lost & found section is bursting at the seams! Come by and see if any of these items may belong to your dancer. All lost and found items not claimed by end of month will be donated. -
Family Watch Week also continues this week till Wednesday, all families are welcome to come and observe what your dancer has been up to and learn of important studio updates!
Just made fresh with the new look in their new bottles! 🌱
| What is it? |
Yoga Mat Mist!
| What do I do with it? |
Take one with you to your yoga or workout class and spray on your mat before and after to freshen and sanitize your mat!
But that’s not all - amazingly these double as face toners for post hot yoga / workout.
These mists are safe to spray on your skin and face to wipe the sweat and give YOU a freshen up too!
Many scents available -
Sorry couldn’t resist 😈
Did you know our average annual temperature is between 70-80... 365 of pleasant temperatures. Now don’t get me wrong we have a few cooler days here and there and summers can bring some hot ones but for the most part you know what to expect when you get up :) ☀️☀️☀️
You like snow? Well it’s only an hour away on top of Mauna Kea. Yes, theBig Island is the one Hawaiian Island with snow. Generally we get the first US snow fall each year, with the summit at 14000 feet. How crazy is that, sea level to 14000 feet in just over an hour.
#jennileekonarealtor#livingaloha#paradise 🌴 #snow#winter#winterinhawaii#luckywelivehi#808allday#kailuakona#bigisland#maunakea
Thank you @chamberswineshi for helping Woodward Canyon bring Walla Walla to Hawaii once again with the #chamberswineshi destination trade show! We would also like to extend a huge thank you to the stellar businesses that have included us in their wine programs. @halekulanihotel @stripsteakhi @merrimanskauai @lahainagrill @tamurasfinewine
November 19th, 2018.
Back in Oahu from my 10 day adventure on the Big Island with my team. Such a memorable experience, this is only a sliver of what I got to explore, but it was definitely one of my favorite moments. The drive down into Waipio valley; so many plants and rivers and bugs and creatures, waterfalls, the ocean, the farms. Endless things to look at while driving down one of the steepest roads in America - which I also got to hike up. I have so many photos and videos from my time out there.
A STARK REMINDER
I’ve had the priviledge of visiting the Big Island twice now, and I’ve noticed something there that I have yet to experience anywhere else: a true respect and understanding of the beauty and power of nature. I’m not talking climate change, renewable energy sources, etc. It’s more than that. It’s as if the people there put humanity second. Most have only as much as they need to live comfortably, and exist quite harmoniously with the local flora and fauna. Nearly every species of bird, fish, and mammal is protected. Houses and businesses are designed (as much as possible) to work with the surrounding topography rather than reshape it. Developed yet respectful.
I noticed this dump truck both times we were there, and always wondered about the story behind it. Apparently it was washed off the road during a large tsunami in 2011 and has not been touched since. I like to think they leave it as a reminder to themselves of why they live the way they do. A cautionary monument of a universal truth: no matter how much we progress, how hard we try to shape the world around us... nature always wins.
This week is about being #thankful and it starts with this little guy. Before he was born, we almost lost him. Then he was born early with pneumonia. Thankfully, he is now a perfectly healthy (almost!) 2 year old. Every day of hard work is for him and he makes every day worth it. Someday, this business will put him through college and pay for his wedding. Someday, he will be the one growing and processing this coffee and dreaming of his kids’ futures. We are so thankful we have a business we love and are passionate about that provides quality coffee to good, hardworking people just like us. 🙌🏻🙌🏽🙌🏿 #baby#workinghard#konahawaii#coffeetime ☕ #raking#beans#bigisland#konacoffee#thanksgiving#week#thankfulpost#loveourcustomers