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Zenfit This Week


What a week we had at Zenfit working toward our expansion! We welcomed Deb and Mandy out for their first sessions with us. We worked through the controlled frenzy that goes along with expanding our business as the tail was wagging the dog.. “so to speak”.

This week our Group Training sessions and Yoga fitness sessions are following the regular schedule. You can check out the website for details.

Watch for our June 1st Grand Opening specials, Items of interest will be our VIP Membership, and our Student Summer Training special. We know how tough it is when you come home for the summer after a tough College or University schedule, you want to save money, keep up with your training and have fun.. We have the answer for you.. so stay tuned!

If you would like to be on our mailing list email us at and we can keep you informed..!

Tonight’s session is at Cartwright Central Public School starting at 6:30 PM.. Come check us out! Your first class is always free ūüôā

Zenfit is Moving Forward

We’re Expanding

127It doesn’t look like much now.. BUT in 2 months¬†Zenfit will have a new¬†home. Its offical! We will be having our opening June 1st.

A 2500 square foot air conditioned Group Training/ bootcamp facility. Located beside the arena at Reach Road and Old Scugog in Port Perry. We will serving Durham Region.

We will focus on the body in motion serving all levels of fitness. Kettlebell, TRX, ViPR, Bootcamp, Power Fusion Yoga classes and spin classes. We will also be providing Adventure fitness with our watersports sessions, Stand-up Paddle Boarding sessions, including SUP Yoga. Stay tuned for updates. Follow us on Twitter or Join our Facebook page, please visit our website at

HaPPy NewYear..!

Lets get moving ..!

Hi Everyone.. We at Zenfit wish you a sensational New Year.! and now that the holiday season is winding down, its time to get down to business..! lets build strength, tone those muscles and build a positive outlook for 2012. This Thursday at 7:15pm and Saturday at 10:00 am we have Power Yoga at the Blackstock Recreation Hall.. all levels welcome..! Bootcamp starts back up on Monday Jan.9th at 6:30 at the Cartwright Central Public School.. We now take Debit, Visa, and Mastercard..!

Watch for our February Challenge, and our Valentine couples special..!

Another fresh new year is here . . .
Another year to live!
To banish worry, doubt, and fear,
To love and laugh and give!

This bright new year is given me
To live each day with zest . . .
To daily grow and try to be
My highest and my best!

I have the opportunity
Once more to right some wrongs,
To pray for peace, to plant a tree,
And sing more joyful songs!

~ William Arthur Ward ~

In The News…

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Do you have a client who seems abnormally fatigued all the time?  Has the condition persisted for quite a while all during the time you have had them as clients?  CFS may be the culprit if clients show up with overwhelming fatigue, seemingly not relieved by rest, to the extent that their activity levels are decreased at least 50%. How CFS is caused is not currently known.

The fatigue of CFS is accompanied by characteristic symptoms lasting at least 6 months. These symptoms include:

– problems with short-term memory or concentration severe enough to affect job, social, or personal activities
– a frequent or recurring sore throat
– tender lymph nodes in neck or armpit
– muscle pain
– multi-joint pain without swelling or redness
– headaches of a new type, pattern, or severity
– unrefreshing sleep and
– extreme, prolonged exhaustion and an overall feeling of sickness lasting more than 24 hours following physical or mental activity.

The symptoms listed above are used to diagnose this illness. However, many CFS patients may experience other symptoms, including irritable bowel, depression or psychological problems, chills and night sweats, visual problems, allergies, ‚Äúbrain fog,‚ÄĚ difficulty maintaining upright position, dizziness, balance problems or fainting.
Based on an American study of more than 28,000 adults, 422 per 100,000 had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). This suggests that 125,000-150,000 Canadian adults may have CFS.1 It also affects children1;2 and occurs more often in females than in males, at a rate of almost 2:1. It is mainly a disorder that strikes young to middle-aged adults.1 
Currently there is no ‚Äúmagic bullet‚ÄĚ to treat CFS. The focus of management includes coping strategies, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), a graded exercise program and symptom management.¬† Treatment to assist in management to help decrease fatigue, pain and sleep problems is often included.
Carruthers BM, vandeSande MI. ME/CFS Canadian Consensus Document-A Clinical Case Definition and Guidelines for Medical Practitioners. © 2005/2006.

UpToDate. Clinical features and diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome. S Gluckman. 2011.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Chronic fatigue syndrome.  General information.  Accessed, July, 2011 at

Courtesy of CPTN


Sunday, July 24 · 9:00am Р3:00pm

Whitby Heydenshore Park


Created By
Linda Rose Woitte

For Eternal Hot Yoga

More Info
$10.00 a person (all funds raised go to Diabetes research)!Join us for a fun filled afternoon and practice outside by the lake, while enjoying the outdoors, and raising funds for Diabetes Disease!Live music, local artists, clothing/ jewelery vendors, raw vegan food, fun activities Thai yoga massage, kettle bell demonstrations, Sports nutrition
Come bring a friend or family member lots to see and do ‚Äď Feel amazing by contributing to a good cause!

Coming soon..! At Eternal Hot Yoga..!

QiYoga By Bart Wagar

Qi is an active principle forming part of any living thing. Qi is frequently translated as “energy flow”, and Yoga is loosely translated into “yoke”, or “the act of yoking or harnessing”. It is our goal to combine these two amazing principles. You will build energy and harness its power guiding you to an increased sense of well-being.¬† Our program combines Yoga, Tai Chi, and Qigong, into a simple flow of movement that when connected to breath is an energy building experience guaranteed to get you off the couch. Anyone at any age can move forward on a path to greater mobility. You can use this program as a stepping stone to a more dynamic practice, or simply ease into its meditative flow achieving a greater sense of self.

All you will need is loose fitting clothing some water and the willingness to take the first step

Performance Breathing By Bart Wagar

Breath is the essence of life!

Everyone enters the world on an inhalation and leaves the world on an exhalation, how we breathe in between is what sets us apart. Breath supports the concept of give and take; with each breath we exchange ten billion trillion atoms. The air we breathe connects us with every living thing that has ever taken a breath, so we should be aware of this gift.

The purpose of this program is to bring awareness to breath, from our life force and vitality, our daily yoga practice, and our athletic performance. We will practice pranayama breathing exercises from Bhastrika (bellows breath), through Ujjayi, (success breath). We will apply breath work in action as it applies to the bandhas, and embrace vital energy. We will follow this up with 11 modern training and performance breathing concepts that can be applied to any yoga practice or athletic endeavor. You don’t want to show up to the studio, golf course, field, rink, etc. without these tools in your toolbox.

You take approximately seventeen thousand breaths each day which over a lifetime totals about 500 million breaths. Your breathing supports every experience you have ever had from that first inhale to the last exhale. Breath is life! Make it count! 


News.. SportYoga

Starting June 7th of 2011, I will be teaching a SportYoga program in cooperation with Eternal Hot Yoga. The first series will be limited to 10 people, 8 classes, running Tuesday and Thursday Nights @ 6:30 pm, for four weeks. The cost is $120.00. Classes will last around 75-90 mins. long. These sessions are designed as a conditioning program for those interested in keeping their competitive edge, or inhancing and prolonging their recreational sporting activity.

SportYoga  Up Your Game..!

SportYoga is a hybrid conditioning program fusing Yoga with innovative endurance and strength training methods. A flowing vinyasa style will take you through a series of athletic strength, balance, and endurance movements. The poses and movements in this program are designed to provide a full body workout, adding a connection to breath, focus, and increased range of motion. Regardless of age, level of flexibility or specific sport, this program will help you achieve at your level.

Competitive or recreational, enjoying your sport to the fullest is the goal.  It is our goal in developing this program that we can help you to the next level, and aid you in achieving your personal fitness objectives.

Bart Wagar .. Zenfit