Stop Beating Yourself Up & OWN Your Beauty

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: Learn how to embrace your own personal beauty and not let society's perceptions or expectations get you down.
Air Date: 12/4/13
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Jennifer Kries, fitness expert
Integrated fitness and wellness expert, yoga devotee, author and Pilates Master Teacher, Jennifer Kries, is an internationally renowned mind-body-spirit innovator. The first to bring Pilates to a mass audience in the late 90's, her award-winning videos, The Method Series, and Jennifer Kries DVDs, have sold over 15 million units worldwide starting the explosive wave of enthusiasm for Pilates and mind-body exercise.  Jennifer has inspired countless readers, practitioners, graduates of her programs, and viewers alike to embrace her all-encompassing philosophy of movement, art, health, life and energy.  

Her attention to detail, superb teaching style, artistry, and knowledge of Eastern healing techniques makes her one of the most highly sought-after mind-body teachers in the world today.
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Stop Beating Yourself Up & OWN Your Beauty
Recently, plus-size star of Glee, Amber Riley, won Dancing with the Stars and looked damn good doing it.

It goes to show that no matter what body shape you possess, you can still do amazing things.

It's time to embrace your inner beauty and strength and not let society's perception or expectations influence you or get you down.

For example, recent scandals such as the Lululemon founder blaming his customer's fat thighs for making the brand's yoga pants see-through or Ambercrombie & Fitch for only wanting certain body types or "cool kids" to wear their clothing is frankly just plain ignorant.

In this segment of Naturally Savvy, fitness expert and internationally renowned mind-body-spirit innovator, Jennifer Kries, joins Andrea and Lisa to help women of every shape and size embrace their bodies and feel empowered.