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Dec. 19, 2012
Oct. 22, 2013
Meditation training; Yoga instruction; Self-improvement courses in fields of life coach training, hypnosis training, self-improvement training, meditation training, and mindfulness training; Life coach services, namely, providing personal lifestyle coaching services in the field of personal fitness, mindfulness, spirituality, health and nutrition; Personal training, health and fitness counseling services for others, namely, personal fitness training counseling; performing non-medical physical fitness assessments and creating individualized exercise programs from the results; educational services, namely, providing educational seminars in the field of health and fitness; exercise instruction to individuals and groups in the home, office, outdoors, fitness facility and via the global computer network; 100; 101; 107
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