Are you ready for a shift?

Feeling unsettled and wanting peace of mind?


Would you like some assistance to heal? It’s here, it’s come to you -the solutions you’ve been asking for – to help make your life easier, happier and satisfying.


“Deep Healing & True Happiness” is a 2 month personal program, of rejuvenation exercises, and personal coaching via telephone and email. Weekly 1/2 hour telephone calls, set you moving forward towards happiness and releasing negativity. You’ll gain strategies for building supportive beliefs and learn methods of nurturing yourself.


The time for change is upon us…and you have been looking for for answers… here they are….


cost: $357.99



This program can begin at any are ready – make the call – make the change you’re ready for, you deserve your best



Alyssa Huntley

Certified Life Coach Level1&2

INLPTA certified NLP practitioner (change therapy)

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11:11 Life Styling - Deep Healing and True Happiness - 2 month plan

11:11 Life Styling, Small Group Personal Training for Women

The best way to get motivated and restore balance in your life!

Small Group Personal Training is the most effective ways to get in shape and stay motivated! This class combines the the motivational advantage of working with a professional trainer, with the social element of of group exercise & is a proven strategy for fun and effectiveness.

Certified Personal Trainer, Alyssa Huntley, ensures that your exercise program is balanced, safe and effective; plus provides a variety of exercises and activities.

Small Group Training allows you to interact with others who have similar goals to achieve a common outcome together. Your group will build a strong relationship, in which you support and encourage each other. This class is for 4 people at a time, so you get plenty of individual attention.

To really propel your success, we’ve incorporated Life Style Coaching, Goal Attainment Coaching and Nutritional Education, in every session; providing structure, supervision and accountability.

Valued at over $1000.00 in training, coaching and nutrition;

this incredible class is now only $360.00 per participant, when you register by October 21st, 2011.

Any registered after, for a fee of $500.

If this class could benefit you, and make it easier for you to attain you goal (and you will), then sign up today or 705-340-5530 – remember this class is limited, so register now, as it will fill rapidly.

Monday and Wednesday from 6:30-8:00p.m.

Commencing November 2nd. 2011

11:11 Small Group Personal Training includes:

  • 2 classes a week, that are 1 ½ hours long.
  • 1 hour of personalized small group training – specific to your goals
  • ½ hour of life coaching, goal setting, nutrition and life style planning with Nathan and Alyssa Huntley

11:11 gives you the best in:

  • personal training
  • fitness leadership
  • life coaching & goal attainment
  • nutrition & wellness
  • motivation, support and accountability

Classes are held at: 112 Orchard Park Road Lindsay. (corner of Orchard Park and Sanderling Cresc.)


Alyssa Huntley

Owner 11:11 Life Styling

Can Fit Pro Certified, Fitness Trainer Specialist, Nutrition and Wellness Specialist, Personal Trainer Specialist,

Fitness Unlimited Certified Life Coach,

International Neuro-Linguistic Programming Training Association (INLPTA) Certified NLP Practitioner

First Aid and CPR Certified


Snow Shovel fitness tips

February 26, 2010

– Use a shovel that’s appropriate for you, the bigger the blade the heavier the load.
Use a small blade if you have to;
– Keep the shovel blade close to your body at all times;
– Keep your knees bent;
– Lift from your legs;
– Keep feet hip width apart for better balance;
– Take breaks;
– Your body is a great barometer so if something hurts, you’re injuring yourself. Stop shoveling!

Snow shoveling is considered a moderate exercise (blood pressure and heart rate increase) and because of this, there are certain precautions we all need to take. There are actually those among us who should be very cautious when shoveling:
– Individuals who have already suffered a heart attack;
– Anyone with a history of heart disease;
– Those with high cholesterol and blood pressure;

Take care, be active and safe

Once, one becomes dedicated to an exercise routine, it can be very challenging when your told you need to take rest days. Needing to rest, doesn’t mean sitting down all day – and in fact there are many activities that you can do – this concept is called Active Rest.

Active Rest is another word for Cross Training.

Here are a few examples of how you can vary your routine, still stay active and also ensure that your muscles are getting adequate rest between training sessions:

* Split Routines: Work one muscle grouping one day, and another muscle grouping the next. Example: upper body one day, lower body the next.

* Mix light workout days with intense workout days.

* Add a variety of cardio-exercises to your routine. Bike, run, walk, take a class, swim, etc.

* Take a yoga class or do some stretching/flexibility training mid week.

It is during the rest period that one actually builds muscle. If you are working the same area without adequate rest, you interrupt the building and healing cycle, and set yourself up to become prone to injury.

Becoming healthy, strong and fit, is a three part process: exercise, nutrition and rest. To ensure the best formula, you’ll want to create a balance of each.

Train smarter…and reap better rewards!

In H

11:11 power walking/ cross train

active rest days / cross train

ealth and Fitness,
Alyssa 11:11

Avoid injury in the gym

January 19, 2010

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safety in the weight room

* Lift weights slowly, and lower carefully, keeping joints slightly bent at extension
* Keep your abdominals engaged (abs pulled inward)
* Always move weights through full range of motion (as long as their is no pain)
* Warm up before lifting any weights (do a few light sets or do a cardio warm up)
* Cross train by doing a variety of activities
* Use weights that are appropriate for you (ask a trainer to help you find what range is beneficial for you)
* Keep your workouts focused and know their purpose
* Stretch after each set or at the end of your workout
* Take a break when you need it