A Personal Message From Instructor Amanda Dee, CYI, CPI

"Doctors told me I needed surgery."

I was experiencing unusual...

  • Fatigue
  • Mood swings
  • Headaches
  • Weight Gain
  • Hair Loss and Thinning
  • Decreased Sex Drive
  • Acne
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Brain Fog
  • Depression

Doctors told me I needed surgery.

But the "scare-dee-cat" that I was (and the firm belief that surgery is a last option), I decided against it.

The pain in my abdomen, pelvis and lower back was pretty bad. But the worst thing of all...
I was gaining a lot of weight AND

breaking out with horrendous acne.

Eventually, I hit rock bottom.

I felt so insecure, ugly and depressed. I used to want to stay inside to hide myself. I wouldn't take pictures. I felt unworthy. My hormones were out of whack and my weight kept going up...

Back then, I would never share this with anyone.  But today, I'm thankful I went through all those negative experiences.

Because it led me to discover yoga.

Not just any ordinary yoga but one that permanently fixed the issues I was having, that was causing all my issues,...hormone problems.

Now I'm grateful.

Now I have the privilege of helping other women breakthrough and find a new lease on life.

That's why this 3 Week Yoga Transformation is so close and dear to me. It's a culmination of all my searching, researching, and praying for an answer.

I'm certain it can help you, too.

I hope to meet you on the mat someday.



Discover How Amanda's UNIQUE YOGA PROGRAM Can Help You

Feel Good About Yourself,
And Your Body,

Feel More In Control of Your Life,

Have Better Relationships &
Be More Positive About Life

(Claims based on scientific research, my personal and client results. See references below.)



  • A Spot in my "3-Week Yoga for Body & Mind Transformation Program"
  • Attend as many sessions as you like but at least once per week to see results.
  • Track your results: whether it be reduce stress, slim the waist, or tone the body.  


  • 5:15am TUE, THU
  • 9am MON, WED, SAT
  • 8am SAT
  • 6PM THU
  • 7:30PM MON

Come at least once per week to see results.


  • How Hormone Balancing is the key to getting healthy and lean for women over 40
  • How to get rid of headaches, brain fog, and even depression (18).
  • How to improve health and energy with herbs, essential oils, and all natural strategies
  • Get answers to your most burning questions


  • Better health, emotions and body 
  • To tone & lose weight
  • To enjoy practicing yoga with other like-minded women
  • To reduce stress and anxiety and depression


It's a small pure healing haven.

Group sizes are intimate and personal.

No BS Money-Back Guarantee

If you attend at least one session per week and don't see results, I will refund all your money.

"If you don't like it for any reason, I don't want you to pay a dime."
-Amanda Dee, CYI, CPI

Message me if you have any questions:  STINKYBODY


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DISCLAIMER: The results described above are from my personal and other client results. Please understand that a variety of factors go into the results a person may get. I'm not implying that you'll duplicate them (or do anything for that matter). Your results may vary and depend on how much time, effort and persistence you put forth. Not to mention your background, experience, and support system may be factors as well. All fitness pursuits entail risk and hard work and if you are not prepared for that, do not sign up for this program.

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