Holiday Consistency

Holiday Consistency

Holiday Consistency

Hey gang! It’s an exciting time as we head into the final two weeks of this cycle and approach some testing to see how far we’ve all come.

We’re also heading int the holiday season now, so it’s important to think about how we want to navigate the coming months and close out the year strong.

When I was a kid, you had a birthday.  Let me type that a different way: a birth DAY.

It seems that as I’ve gotten older, many people have turned these into a full weekend to celebrate their birthday, into “birthday week”, or even just stretching things out into multiple weeks or events over the course of a month.

OK…so what’s my point, right?

My point is that we have a number of holidays coming up over the next two months. This might mean a day or two off of your regular training or nutrition choices, and that’s 100% totally OK!  In fact, I fully encourage you to enjoy the season!

What’s important though, is that we don’t stretch these special DAYS out too far and turn them into a protracted event that has the potential to derail all of our hard work throughout this year, or not set us up for success in the coming year.

That’s why our schedule through the next two months is pretty normal, so there are plenty of opportunities for you to stay on track.

For our THANKSGIVING WEEK schedule, we have:

  • Monday-Wednesday: Normal schedule!
  • Thanksgiving Day: ONE CLASS- Annual Team Turkey “WODdle” @10am
  • Black Friday, 11/23: ONE CLASS- Annual “Deck of Cards” WOD @10am
  • Saturday & Sunday:  Normal schedule!
Plus, BONUS announcement! Our HUGE year end holiday party has a date set, so write it down!

Saturday, December 15: CFHV Annual Holiday Party

One more thing in case you missed the announcement on Friday, we have a NEW event coming your way this month:

AcroYoga Workshop:

What: Join Coach Lura Harley for CFHV’s very first AcroYoga Workshop!
When: Saturday, November 17th 2-4pm
How: Sign-up sheet in the lobby, or go to
What is AcroYoga?
AcroYoga is a physical practice which combines yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage. There are 3 primary roles: the base, the flyer and the spotter.
Do I have to be a gymnast or an experienced yoga practitioner to try AcroYoga?  
Not at all! This workshop will take you through some of the very basic AcroYoga poses. Familiarity with yoga positions and some body awareness doesn’t hurt, and flexible hamstrings make most things easier.
Unlike many yoga styles, however, you will have to talk to and touch other people, including other people’s feet. Make sure you come with clean feet 🙂
What should I bring? 
You don’t need to bring anything special other than yourself and a positive attitude! Wear clothes that are not too slippery: full leggings are best. Also, if you tend to get extra sweaty, I would recommend a hand towel.
What’s the Cost?
$35 early bird pricing if you sign-up by Sat, Nov 10th
$40 if you sign-up after Sat, Nov 10th