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THE Page 8 OGDEN VALLEY NEWS March Valley Realtor Earns International Designation for Luxury Home Marketing Expertise Jamie Lythgoe Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Community—Valley has earned the _ prestigious Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designation in recognition of her experience, knowledge,and expertise in the Jamie Lythgoe home market. Lythgoe is an example of a real estate professional who has worked to develop market knowledge andi al ckill to provide exceptional service in the fine homes and estates marketplace,” said Institute President Laurie Moore-Moore, upon announcing Lythgoe’s designation. “Affluent buyers and sellers can turn to sales professionals who have this designation and be confident that they have speSUPERPIPE cont. on page 8 The men’s skier event will take place on Sunday, March 12. Park City All-Star and XGames Ten halfpipe champ Tanner Hall will face off against X-Games runner-up Simon Dumont. The event is free to the public and will include live music, food, and giveaways. Park City Mountain Resort compasses 3,300 acres, 3,100 vertical feet, nine bowls, and cial expertise and experience in the luxury home marketplace “Tam ccsaiitned to providing outstanding service to my clients,” said Lythgoe “the Certified Laccury Home Marketing Specialist designation is evidence of my ability to meet the needs of affluent buyers and sellers. My membership in The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing also provides me with marketing tools and networking capabilities that benefit my clients.” Jamie has been in real estate since 1994 and specializes in the Ogden Valley and ski-in skiout market. She works in partnership with her husband Doug Lythgoe of RE/MAX Community. For current information on the upper tier maror k et, contact Jamie at 801-745-1500 _<Jamie@NorthernUtahRealEstate.com> eight peaks offering Signature groomed runs, bumps, powder, trees, terrain parks, and the Eagle Superpipe, North America’s largest superpipe. The Resort is conveniently locat6 miles away from the Salt Lake International Airport, offering more than 500 non-stop flights daily. For more information about Park City Mountain Resort visit our blog at http://parkcity.typepad.com or our website at <www.parkcitymountain.com> St. Fi lorence Catholic Community ath Z re 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:15 a.m. WEEKDAY MASS: Phone: 745- LORD 7 Huntsville, Utah Sunday: es Tuesday followed by The Rosary PASTORAL ADMINISTRATOR: Fr. Charles Cummins 399-9531 RECONCILIATION: _30 minutes before Mass Come celebrate with us God’s good news. Intersection of Highway 39 & Snowbasin Road — Volume XIII Issue X 1, 2006 Ogden Valley’s Healthy Lifestyle Program Three Valley residents are excited to offer Ogden Valley’s first-ever Healthy Lifestyle Program at the Red Moose Lodge. This 6week course will be a fun, interactive, handson program that can help you reach your nutrition and exercise goals, whether for weight loss or to “fine tune” your diet and exercise routine. This unique course integrates whole-foods nutrition, a variety of exercises, behavior change, and group support. The step-by-step approach puts together a lifelong eating and fitness plan, including a personalized eating plan, established Haley Hayes, Katie Wewer, and Amy Cain activity goals, how to stock a healthy kitchen, create quick and easy menus, and plan for “eating on the run.” The three instructors for this class bring a variety of knowledge and experience to make this class informative and interesting. Wewer M.S., R.D. is a Registered Dietitian who works as an inpatient and outpatient dietitian at Ogden Regional Medical Center. She is also a co-instructor for the Wilderness Nutrition class at the University of Utah, and does nutrition counseling for an online corporate wellness company called Fit Advisor. Katie graduated from the University of Utah with her Master’s Degree in Food and Nutrition in 2003 and has a B.S. in Dietetics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. As a dietetic intern, she planned and prepared dinners for the US Olympic Speedskating team during the 2002 Olympics and was a nutrition consultant for the NOLS Cookery, a very popular backcountry cookbook. Katie loves backcountry skiing, backpacking, and long distance running. In addition, she recently began competing in triathlons. She specializes in whole food nutrition for disease prevention, healthy eating, sports, and wilderness nutrition. She enjoys working with people to make simple, maintainable changes in their diet and lifestyle. Amy Cain, M.S., R.D., is also a Registered Dietitian and offers nutrition counseling at Ogden Clinic. Amy received her Bachelor’s degree in nutrition from Washington State’s Bastyr University. As one of the world’s leading academic institutions for natural health sciences, Amy’s education at Bastyr emphasized a whole foods and natural health perspective that she utilizes in her counseling. Amy completed her Master’s degree in nutrition at the University of Utah. Her thesis on fish oil and an inherited form of macular degeneration was recently published iin the Archives of Ophthalmology. Amy views good eating habits as the “missing piece” in health and wellness. She feels that what we eat directly impacts our health. Her caring attitude and creativity teaches people practical ways to make lifestyle changes. Amy’s hobbies revolve around hanging out with her little ones, cooking wholesome foods, and any outdoor adventure. Haley Hayes, AFFA, RYT, is a personal trainer and registered yoga teacher. She received her certification as a personal trainer in 2003 through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. She has taught fitness classes throughout Utah County and enjoys designing workouts for individuals. Haley first discovered yoga as a freshman at the University of Utah. After 12 years of studying ballet, yoga—with its body awareness and mind engagement—was the perfect next step. Since then, she has come to truly appreciate all the health benefits that yoga has to offer prompting her to become a yoga instructor. In 2002, Haley began training in Salt Lake City to become a registered yoga teacher with the Baptiste Power Method by D’ana Baptiste. In 2005, she completed this 200-hour certification with the Yoga Alliance. Her certification also involved training with Gretchen Day (Beryl Bender Birch, Power Yoga), in the primary series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, and with Jo Canfield of Yoga Jo’s in North Ogden. She has also attended many workshops with wellknown yoga instructors like Baron Baptiste, Celeste Keele, Scott Moore, and Ana Forrest. This winter she took classes from The Jivamukti Yoga Center and Sonic Yoga— both located in New York City. Haley currently teaches a Power Yoga class in Huntsville. Although there are many forms of yoga, Haley feels that she really sees results in her students through Power Yoga. along with her husband and two children, moved to Eden in December of 2004. She has a great love for adventure and travel. And although she has ice climbed in Switzerland, scuba dived in Honduras, and ridden a train through Russia, Eden is, by far, her favorite destination and motherhood her greatest adventure. 6-week Healthy Lifestyle Program will meet Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. from March 22 to April 26. Each class will last approximately two hours, and will include one hour of nutrition education and one hour of exercise. Exercise sessions may be held outside, weather permitting. The cost for the course is $150 plusa $15 book fee. Classes will be held in the conference room at the Red Moose Lodge in Eden Please contact Katie Wewer at 745-2773 or AmyCainl@aol.com for more information. OlENES ay UR EAM TEAM Jolene WEINSTEIN Detached Reso ey til: oie: Your Winter Ski Chalet. Three Family Ski www.DreamAbode.com 801-690-2211 Resorts. 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