One Love Nutrifest – Reggae Festival

The AEROGA and Reggae Festival is already next weekend. Nov.23rd!! 11am Yoga in the park , FREE, then AEROGA goes on stage! All are welcome to come.

One Love Nutrifest

Scheduled for Saturday, November 23, 2013 | 1pm – 11pm at Peacock Park in Coconut Grove | Miami, FL

One Love Nutrifest dubbed Miami International Reggae Festival is a positive celebration highlighting the power of word, sound and art uniting us all as members of one human family. The daylong family-oriented festival will be composed of many elements but all share in a single idea: a state of being unified as one. As Bob Marley so humbly said, “one love, one aim, one destiny.”

Performing this year: Stephen “Ragga” Marley from Jamaica, Tiken Jah Fakoly from Ivory Coast, Cultura Profética from Puerto Rico, Natiruts from Brazil, Midnite from St. Croix USVI, Gondwana from Chile, Black Slate & Carroll Thompson from United Kingdom, Bachaco from Venezuela and Causion from Antigua. Music juggling by Don One Musical Showcase, Cornerstone Sounds & DJ Majestic

Families will be able to enjoy live performances of these artists from around the world reflective of our landscape, an artisan village of fine arts and visual arts, a food village, Artecology Experience that includes recycling workshops with interactive and educational games for kids about recycling, reusing and reducing, AEROGA ® Yoga in the Park, Bike Valet, Promoting Environment, Health & Nutrition, Community Activism, Art Programs, Sustainability & Consciousness Workshops, Composting, Agriculture, Holistic & Natural Sciences, Poi & Hula Hoop Workshop, Drum Circle, Dance & Movement, Live Painting, Recycling Stations, Interactive Games, Massages, Meditation, Face & Body Painting, and so much more.

Rockers Movement is Feeding South Florida! www.feedingsouthflorida.org Keeping in the spirit of unity, attendees are asked to contribute two or more non-perishable food items as part of the cost of admission. Proceeds from the event will benefit Feeding South Florida. Their mission is to end hunger by providing immediate access to nutritious food, leading hunger and poverty advocacy efforts, and transforming lives through innovative programming and education.

Entry is FREE before 3 p.m. with the food donation.

For more information rockersmovement.com 305-763-4509 or info@rockersmovement.com

Website: www.rockersmovement.com

Ticket Link: https://tickets.completeticketsolutions.com/BAY/Online/default.asp

Youtube Promo Video: http://ow.ly/ompmD

60 Sec Radio Ad: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4tzafs4jh9rwrto/One%20Love%20Radio%2060Sec.mp3

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rckzmvmt/sets/one-love-nutrifest-artists

Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUtJk_NcRZHCqcmHnq-9Z5aIFdtflPnJ7

What is AEROGA??

Iyanla Fix My Life Episode 1 on OWN Network

AEROGA®
Celebrity trainer Tracie Wright Vlaun has taken her own international Power     Yoga practice and created AEROGA. This is an Aerobic
Vinyasa Flow, focusing on high-energy, high-intensity, body-sculpting poses. AEROGA is structured for every person, young and old,
to engage in a workout that is innovative, powerful, rhythmically enhanced, and spiritually enlightening.
AEROGA brings strength, power, intensity, balance, excitement and passion together in one dynamic session.

Strength training……

Real strength……

Strength training and weight loss.

Strength training can definitely help in making you lose weight. This is because, you are building more muscles. Aside from that, while your muscles are trying to recover and get developed, your body actually continues to burn more calories and fats.

Black Book Magazine Story on Christopher and Tracie Wright Vlaun

http://www.blackbookmag.com/health-beauty/v-for-victory-1.49689]

> http://www.blackbookmag.com/health-beauty/v-for-victory-1.49689

V For Victory – Health & Beauty – BlackBook
>
> There’s a very good breakfeast buffet at the new [LINK:
> http://www.stregisbalharbour.com/] St. Regis Bal Harbour. It has lots of
> sausage and little muffins. You can also avail yourself of a bottomless
> chafing dish of bacon.
>
> Since I had done that many times during my stay there, I thought it would
> be best if I tried V-Art of Wellness, the fitness program devised by
> Christopher and Tracie Vlaun, an exceedingly toothsome couple, and offered
> at the St. Regis fitness club. Our session began with a half-hour of Aeroga
> on the beach. Tracie led us through sun salutations as the sun rose. Sweat
> began to stream down my forehead and I engaged mula bhanda. Aeroga, to me,
> seems a lot like a quicker version of yoga, with an uplifting techno
> soundtrack. At one point, we launched a flurry of uppercuts as Tracie
> squealed around us enthusiastically. I don’t know if it was zen, but it
> was fun.
>
> Chris was up next. The guy has a big wide smile and a neck as thick as a
> Corinthian column. He has his own philosophy called the BeFit method, which
> is outdoor circuit training with a focus on joint stability. We started
> running along the beach barefoot. “Can you feel the negative ions?” he
> asked. They supposedly come from the water and engage my hippocampus. I
> huffed that I didn’t know if I could or not, but I could feel my legs and
> my butt burning. Jogging on the beach in the soft sand is really, really
> hard but it builds core strength. Chris bade me sprint, which I did.
> Early-morning fishermen looked at us like we were crazy. Then he got out
> the boxing mitts, set up a ring with cones on a wide stretch of sand, and
> we boxed as the Miami sun worked its way higher into the sky. And then,
> because I was at the St. Regis, I wiped down with my gently scented
> post-workout moist towel.

Blackbook Magazine Article on V Art of Wellness

V For Victory – Health & Beauty – BlackBook
There’s a very good breakfeast buffet at the new St. Regis Bal Harbour. It has lots of sausage and little muffins. You can also avail yourself of a bottomless chafing dish of bacon.

Since I had done that many times during my stay there, I thought it would be best if I tried V-Art of Wellness, the fitness program devised by Christopher and Tracie Vlaun, an exceedingly toothsome couple, and offered at the St. Regis fitness club. Our session began with a half-hour of Aeroga on the beach. Tracie led us through sun salutations as the sun rose. Sweat began to stream down my forehead and I engaged mula bhanda. Aeroga, to me, seems a lot like a quicker version of yoga, with an uplifting techno soundtrack. At one point, we launched a flurry of uppercuts as Tracie squealed around us enthusiastically. I don’t know if it was zen, but it was fun.

Chris was up next. The guy has a big wide smile and a neck as thick as a Corinthian column. He has his own philosophy called the BeFit method, which is outdoor circuit training with a focus on joint stability. We started running along the beach barefoot. “Can you feel the negative ions?” he asked. They supposedly come from the water and engage my hippocampus. I huffed that I didn’t know if I could or not, but I could feel my legs and my butt burning. Jogging on the beach in the soft sand is really, really hard but it builds core strength. Chris bade me sprint, which I did. Early-morning fishermen looked at us like we were crazy. Then he got out the boxing mitts, set up a ring with cones on a wide stretch of sand, and we boxed as the Miami sun worked its way higher into the sky. And then, because I was at the St. Regis, I wiped down with my gently scented post-workout moist towel.