Page The Ogden Valley news Volume XV Issue IX April 15, 200 Former Eden Resident Opens New Salon up the new Synergy team. Salon Synergy invites you to join them for an open house on Saturday, April 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. There will be drawings for Pureology, Redken, Eminence, and J-life products along with product samples that will be distributed throughout the day. Please join the Synergy team as they celebrate their grand opening. Salon Synergy is located at 930 Chambers, Suite #6 behind the IHC clinic in South Ogden. For more information, or to make an appointment, contact Salon Synergy at 801-475-5518. Huntsville to Give Away Harley During Annual July 4th Celebration The Huntsville Park Beautification Committee will be giving away a Harley Davidson motorcycle to one lucky Huntsville supporter during the 2008 Independence Day celebration. Only 400 raffle tickets will be sold for the price of $100, or you may buy five for $475. Purchasers will receive their choice of breakfast or lunch for two during the July 4th celebration. Other prizes and cash will also be raffled. Participants will have a 1 in 400 chance of winning the popular bike, which is a Crimson Red FLHT Electra Glide Standard Big Twin. Ogden Valley residents are being given the first opportunity to purchase the tickets, and if all 400 are sold by June 1, 2008, a second motorcycle will be raffled. More details and order forms are available at <www.HuntsvilleTown.com> Proceeds will go towards the beautification project of the Huntsville Park and downtown area. Subscriptions available for out of area residents at $1 .00 annually. 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Box 115, Huntsville, UT 84317 TAX INCREASES –IRRESPONSIBLE DEVELOPMENT Green Living in Eden ety where we race through each day at break-neck speed, juggling all of our Yoga, a word that may bring to mind responsibilities with little time to media person with arms and legs wrapped tate or quiet the mind, Yoga is wonderaround his or her body in an awkward fully refreshing. At first, it may feel painful-looking pose, is growing in pop- strange and awkward to try and quiet ularity as it is becoming more and more our minds as we practice the breathing recognized for its health benefits. Some and postures. We may even feel a little of the benefits include the development silly. After a time, we find the practice of muscle tone; an increase in strength, becomes restful, a brief escape from a busy world. flexibility, and According to balance; pain Dr. Oz, a cardioprevention; stress thoracic surgeon, reduction; and an who has appeared overall feeling of on shows such well-being. as Oprah, Yoga There are helps improve many kinds of strength and flexYoga, differing ibility and can in some ways but also help conwith the same trol blood preskey elements. sure and regulate Breathing is one breathing and of the key eleheart rate. He ments that make encourages many up Yoga. Yoga of his patients to is practiced practice Yoga to with an awarehelp them recovness to breathe, er from heart surwhich is deep gery. and rhythmic. Yoga is approSuch breathing priate for people has been proven of all age levels. to stimulate the It can be espelymphatic system Danielle Vaughn instructs Saturday morning cially beneficial and significantly yoga class at High Altitude Fitness in Eden. For more information on classes being offered, to individuals in relieve stress. their older years The pos- call 745-2653. as it can help tures in Yoga are another key element designed to correct older adults restore and improve their deficiencies in body alignment. As we range of motion. Learning the poses align our bodies we find that chronic and breathe takes time, practice, and pain starts to disappear, our posture patience. Mastering the poses takes . . improves, and we attain an improved . well, it takes a lifetime and that is the sense of well-being. Yoga compliments beauty and essence of Yoga. If you would like to try Yoga, there many sports such as running, skiing, and cycling. It opens the hip-flexors, are plenty of DVD’s to get you started stretches the hamstrings, creates greater in your own home. If you prefer a group mobility in the spine, releases the shoul- practice, High Altitude Fitness offers ders, and opens up the chest. People classes during a variety of times on a with chronically stiff or arthritic wrists variety of days. They also offer semican often strengthen and improve their private small-group classes (4 or less) range of motion in the hands through that enable you to begin or improve your practice with one-on-one instruction. Yoga practice. Mind/Body awareness is another of See their web-site at www.hafutah.com the key elements in Yoga. In a soci- for class times, or call (801) 745-2653. By Chandra Barrong TAX INCREASES –IRRESPONSIBLE DEVELOPMENT Former Eden resident Kristy Cazier is the owner of the all new Salon Synergy, where positive elements come together to create beauty. This is the mission of Salon Synergy—to pamper and bring out the best in each client. Come and experience a relaxing atmosphere at Salon Synergy where you can indulge yourself in a tranquil journey filled with peace and harmony, and where you can receive a customized treatment that brings together your own Kristy Cazier unique, positive elements of beauty. Many of the professionals who have joined the Synergy team formerly worked at Posh Salon and Day Retreat. Kristy, who also worked for Posh for seven years, brings a total of ten years of experience as a hairstylist, and is excited to head Yoga for Life VALLEY ZONING ISSUES - NEW ORDINANCES – TAX INCREASES For the Benefit of Ogden Valley Military Veterans and Non-Military Wednesday Taco Night 5-9 p.m. Quesadilla $5.00 Tacos $5.00 Taco Combo $6.00 Taco Salad $5.50 Friday Dinner Night Serving from 5 p.m. till 9 p.m. 801-745-8400 | www.riversedgeut.com PH:801-745-8400 | FAX:801.745.3650 | P.O. BOX 985 EDEN, UTAH 84310 | www.mOUNTAiNlUXUry.cOm Saturday & Sunday Hamburgers & Hot Dogs $5.00 Chili or Soup $4.00 Serving from Opening till Closing Sunday Breakfast Homestyle $4.00 to 10.00 Serving from :30 a.m. till 1:00 p.m. Take Out available for members and non-members. Post 129 Huntsville American Legion Call 745-3802 Temporary memberships available for non-members.