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  It's holiday time at TAB, and like you, we're preparing for family and friend festivities. As busy as life gets, this is not the time to forfeit all the hard work you have been putting in. Stay the course and commit to your progress. It may not be easy, but we have a plan (see below). The weather can affect energy levels, moods, even eating habits. Social engagements, our kid's commitments and the general hubub of the season can disrupt your rhythm.Time restrictions can interfere with our ability to give ourselves a moment to decompress, so to help with these issues most classes in December will be a half hour! One way to counterbalance a winter funk is to attend a class and get that body moving, TAB can help!

Try one class this month you have never done before. This is a great way to keep your body and mind stimulated over the winter months! Happy Holidays.


Parking is available. If you have RSVP’d please include
what you will be bringing to help us plan better!

Party Details:
Dec 10th • 7:30-11pm • 1 Old Mill • Party room (Bloor & S Kingsway)


Half Hour Power
With the holidays quickly approaching all classes this month will be a half hour!

December always comes with challenges on your time. We want to work with you so you can get it (all) done! Our half hour classes are designed for you to get the intensity you need in a short period of time, so there is now no reason to wait till the new year to get started!

Please RSVP by 6:00pm. Classes will happen only when there are enough participants.

Please check the schedule as there will be some changes to start times.

*Pre registered classes and Body Balance and Flexibility will keep the regular length.



TAB will be closed for the holidays from Dec 17th
We will, however, be open on the 29th for class.

The studio resumes regular classes on Jan 5th.


TAB Dollars
TAB Dollars are available now and can be exchanged for any goods or services at TAB. Not sure what your peeps will like? Give them TAB Dollars!

If you're interested, and the studio is closed, email info @ tabfitness

  No HST
NO HST ALL DECEMBER! For the next few weeks all items — will be sans HST!

Get your 5, 10, and 20 Class Passes (limit 2). If you're interested, and the studio is closed, email info @ tabfitness

Restorative Yoga

With Roxana Mares.

Restorative Yoga is a gentle style of yoga that uses props to support the body in restful still positions. The focus of the practice is to restore the central nervous system and the internal systems of the body.

Learn more

Presented by TAB

  The Art of Intimacy

$20 • The Art of Intimacy Introduction
Friday Dec 2 • 7–9pm

Learn more

Presented and organized
by Julie Ward
A Woman's Way Event.


We are so lucky to have Cindy Willems at TAB on Sunday JANUARY 15th
from 1-3pm.


Cindy will be discussing nutrition with Tabbies, friends and family. Let me tell you, her expertise is second to none!

This time of year everyone fixates on the idea of overeating and not getting the proper nutrition. Take advantage of this opportunity!

She is here to chat with us, answer questions and bring joy and confidence to your eating habits. If you have struggled in the past with dieting and your relationship with good food, get off the bad train and take advantage of this opportunity!

And watch our fascinating discussion
on TAB TV!
Cindy has had an exceptionally impressive career as a Pilates teacher, professional dancer and choreographer, working at the prestigious Stratford Festival and several other theatres across Canada and the U.S..

She has over 25 years of experience teaching dance and Pilates to professional dancers, NHL players, children and active grandparents. She has been influenced and shaped by master teachers including Dianne Miller, Irene Dowd and Eileen Birks. Cindy is not only a certified Pilates Instructor, she is also a registered holistic nutritionist and a licensed acupuncturist.

Please RSVP for this workshop by Jan. 9th.



Flourless Chocolate Cake
A recipe by Kathy Smart

12 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate, chopped
3/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 teaspoon fine salt
6 large eggs, room temperature
1 cup coconut sugar or sucanat
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  Confectioners’ sugar and/or cocoa powder for dusting
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Spray a 9 by 2-inch spring form pan or an 8 by 5-inch pan with non-stick spray. Place the chocolate, coconut oil, and salt in a pot and melt on a stove over low heat. Beat the eggs, vanilla, and coconut sugar with a stand or handheld mixer until light and thickened (about 8 to 10 minutes). Gently fold the melted chocolate into the whipped eggs until evenly combined. Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out wet but not gooey (about 1 hour and 25 minutes). Remove the cake from the oven and cool on a rack.

From our family to yours we want to say
"have the most magical Holiday season!"

Blessings to you all
Rhonda & Charles | | 416 888 8004

TAB (The Art of Balance) | 274 Jane Street |Toronto, ON M6S 3Z2
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