In a medium saucepan, bring the mirin and sake to a boil. Turn off heat and stir in miso until dissolved. Return to low heat, add sugar and stir until dissolved. Turn off heat and let cool completely.
Place the fish and bok choy in a non-reactive baking dish. Cover with the cooled marinade and place in refrigerator overnight.
Preheat the broiler.
Prepare brown rice.
Remove the fish and bok choy from the marinade and place on a broil pan. Blot the miso from the fillets with a paper towel. Broil 6 to 10 minutes until lightly browned and the fish is opaque in the center.
Place the fillets and bok choy over brown rice and serve.
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In this shortened practice, Sarah presents postures to stimulate the first three Chakras in the purifying style of Kundalini Yoga. No style of yoga is right for everyone, but Kundalini is something that you need to try at least once! This is a shortened light practice – for the full, comprehensive one hour practice please go to yogatoday.com!
Kundalini Yoga is the tradition of Yogi Bhajan who broght the style of yoga to the west in 1969. Kundalini focuses on the controlled release of Kundalini energy believed to live at the base of our spine in the Mulhadara (root chakra). This dynamic practice involves chanting mantras and incorporating breathing techniques. Kundalini means spiral of hair which later came to be known as the coiled serpent of potential energy and consciousness which lies at base of our spine and can be awoken by various practices.
Chart your weight-training progress daily by writing in the specific exercises you’ll select from your Personal Fitness Guide. Each time you train, fill in the date and amount of weight lifted each repetition. This will help you keep track of how you’re progressing.
Note: Consult with your physician or healthcare provider before commencing any new exercise, nutrition or supplementation program, particularly if you use prescription or over-the-counter medications, or if you are being treated by a healthcare provider for any chronic or medical condition. No representations are made about the results you may achieve from following the program; as every individual is unique, there are no typical results that you can expect from following these exercise, nutrition and supplement recommendations.