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CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 - 45 Yoga studio used,"Wendy said. In case of inclement weather, Coldwell Banker names top March agents Similar to the adult boot camp, boot camp and youth camp make- Flexibility for Athletes Summer up classes will be made available Virgil Bullis and Cindy Spieczny were the top individual listing asso- Continued from page 44 Ed said many fitness programs are mirror-oriented, driving partic- ipants to frequently take a look at themselves to feel good. "When you go to a class or go to the gym, you should be using your body to nter your mind," Ed said. "That's a real problem. You should be able to close your eyes and feel good about yourself. That essence is lost in the insanity you see in athletics nowadays," Ed said. He said many of today's fitness and exercise programs involve expensive high-technology equip- ment that distracts users, diminish- ing sought-after results. Wendy said distractions while working out have led to an increase in injuries. "People either aren't paying attention to what their body is telling them or they have a belief system that tells them they have to push through it," she said. Anyone who has ever lifted a dumbbell has heard 'no pain, no gain,' usually shouted from a safe distance by a training coach. "No pain, no gain is outmoded. Your body knows when it's put in harm's way. It's a mindset that makes your body learn not to trust you," she said. "Everything that we do is about teaching you how to get back inside your body and how to use your body the way it wants to be Youth Camps are designed to increase energy, stamina and endurance. Instruction in yogic techniques will teach students how to build in a relaxation response to experi- ence meditation-in-motion work- outs. Proper breathing methods are at the core of the program. The camps will be held at Hudson Fields on Route 1, about 1.5 miles south of Route 16. Adult boot camp sessions will be held twice a week, Monday- Wednesday and Tuesday- Thursday. Sessions begin at 9 a.m., Monday, June 2, and at 7 a.m., Tuesday, June 3. If paid by Thursday, May 15, the registration fee is $289 for the eight-week adult boot camp pack- age. Registration after May 15 is $320. Participation in individual classes is $22 per session. Boot camp participants must be at least 18 years of age. The program is not recommend- ed for those 100 pounds or more above their target body weight. The four-day Flexibility for Athletes Summer Youth Camp for children ages 5-9 will be held 9 a.m. to noon, and for ages 10-13, 1 to 4 p.m., starting Monday, June 23, through Thursday, June 26. A second session begins Monday, July 7, through Thursday, July 10, for the same age groups at the same times. The fee is $120 per child. at the yoga studio. For additional information visit or call The ComfortZone, 32191 Nassau Road, 645-2334. The web- site is www.comfortzoneyogacen- ter.com. Contact Henry J. Evans Jr. at hevans @ cape gazette, com. ciates, and Lou Bascio and Mike Kappes were the top individual sales associates for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's combined Bethany Beach offices. Bullis was the top individual listing associate, and Kappes was the top individual sales associate at the Sunrise Court office. For the Ocean View Parkway office Jane Tribbett was the top individual listing associate, and Tim Rhodes was the top sales associate. Joanne Young was the top individual listing associate, and Bascio was the top sales associate for the Salt Pond office. Sick of living with a damp, moldy crawlspace? Before After Studies indicate sealing and conditioning crawlspaces can improve indoor air quality, make your home more comfortable, reduce energy consumption, and protect structural integrity. JCN Environmental is the exclusive developer and installer of IntalliSeal Crawlspace Technologies. We inspect and provide a custom plan to turn your dark, damp crawlspace into a viable part of your home. Call today for a FREE crawlspace evaluation. IffVINMICNTCL Preventing and removing moisture and mold. Wherever they occur. 302-684-2016 REHOBOTH BEACH :,:.: Tt . .AT THE B ::,,- ..... " m.=-HOMP!" - TAGETowNMOMES TwLGEaoM www.th0mpsonhomes.eom " Oa tke Heritage  Course - Sales by Jack Lingo REALTOR 246 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-3883 www.jacklingo.eom LIVE FREE FOR A YEAR* Flexible Purchase Plans Various Financing Options Maintenance Free Living, Luxury Finishes, Porches Custom Floor Plans, 2,000-4,700 sq It, Wetland Views Priced from $399,900 to over $1 Million Contact Shirley Kalvinsky 302-236-4254 (cell) Randy Mason 302-236-1142 (cell) Steve Conlon 302-542-2503 (cell) Joe Bowski 302-245-8885 (cell) www'hmesflehlmth'cxlm *Offer for a fimited time; Restrictions apply Contact Sales Agents for details 3.99% BANK FINANCING * 30 year Fixed Bank Financing NO POINTS 3 & 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, some with Den, Garage Security System, Andersen Windows, Community Pool Priced from $309,900