Governor Walz gives the approval for studios and gyms to open this week!
While we know not everyone is going to feel comfortable coming back to the studio right away, we are busy making it possible to ensure that when we open the doors on Thursday morning, it will be a SAFE and COMFORTABLE environment to practice in!
We have measured out the space and we can allow for 7 people to practice at one time. Advanced registration will be required.
In a few days, we will have more details about how this is all going to work, and a schedule of in studio classes. Rest assured, we will also continue to provide virtual classes for those who have found they enjoy practicing at home, or choose to do so at this time. Stay tuned!!!! Thursday at 9:15 will be the first LIVE, IN STUDIO class!
We cannot wait to see you!!!!
We thought we would lighten things up a bit after a few weeks of unrest in our community and in the world. How about a recipe for two ingredient brownies?
Hit Or Miss? Two Ingredient Brownies
Compliments of Real Simple. The detailed recipe instructions couldn’t be simpler: start by beating four whole eggs in a stand mixer for six to eight minutes. You can also use a hand mixer, but a full-size mixer will incorporate more air into the eggs and leaves you free to move about the kitchen while it whips—plus, no elbow grease.
While you’re beating the eggs in the mixer, heat one cup of Nutella in the microwave for a minute, stopping every 15 seconds to stir. When the eggs have finished—make sure they’re fluffy, light yellow, and have tripled in size—use a rubber spatula to scrape the Nutella into the mixing bowl. Whisk them together in the mixer until they’re well-incorporated, being careful not to over-mix. Drop the brownie batter into a square brownie pan lined with parchment paper and greased, and bake them for 25 minutes at 350°F. As tempting as they’re going to smell, allow the brownies to cool to room temperature before cutting in.
Did it work? Amazingly, yes. They weren’t the most rich, buttery brownies we’ve ever had, but they’ll definitely do the trick if you’re craving chocolate. They’re light, fudgy, and very egg-y with a crisp wafer-like topping. Try heating them up and serving with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the easiest-ever sweet treat. Two-ingredient Nutella brownies are great back-pocket recipe for those with a gluten intolerance, or if you have company coming over last minute and forgot to whip up a dessert. They require fewer ingredients—and less work—than even those brownies that come from a box, after all.
Today’s practice is a Vinyasa Flow class with Denise.