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I’m Erin Motz and I’m not your traditional yogi. I’m the carnivorous, red wine and French cheese-loving type, I teach vinyasa flow and aim to keep my classes fun and accessible. You won’t hear much Sanskrit, but you’ll get plenty of corny jokes, lots of core work, and sweet, delicious deep stretches. Yoga and nutrition go hand-in-hand, and lots of people ask me how to best combine the food you eat with your yoga practice in a way that doesn’t involve expensive supplements or extreme diet plans. For the average person, purging the body of everything doesn’t work, because “everything” entails the good stuff too. Often times these extreme detoxes are counter productive because the body needs more nutrients than a grapefruit diet or juice detox can offer it.   Find out more…

“Okay, Erin, I already know this. Get off your soapbox.”

Sorry, I know! See, the resounding question was always the same: How do I find balance? How do I do enough to re-set without stripping my body of what it needs and naturally craves? So, I did the heavy-lifting for you! For the past year I’ve been developing this 10-day cleanse, including a series of targeted yoga flows along with over 30 recipes for every meal of the day. I also enlisted the help of some of my nutritionist-chef friends to bring you the best kind of cleanse out there: one that works WITH your body, not fighting against it. With this cleanse there are no harsh measures or need for expensive supplements. It’s a cleanse that works with your body’s natural processes,without stripping it of essential nutrients. Eat real food with no extremes!

What You Get:

  • 10 Targeted detox yoga video flows

  • Over 30 meal recipes

  • Detailed grocery list

  • Bad Yogi detox guide

  • Access to the Cleanse Kit anytime, as often as you want, forever

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Jump off the bad eating bandwagon and get started with the Bad Yogi Cleanse Kit today! –Erin Motz

Still undecided?  Check out these frequently asked questions!

What is it, exactly?

What is it, exactly?

Think of it as a 10-day re-set for your whole body. It’s for those times where you’ve gone overboard with sugar or fatty foods or alcohol and just want to get back on track with healthy, delicious food and exercise. We’ll pair daily recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with targeted yoga classes designed to cleanse specific parts of the body. You’ll get all of this, plus you’ll be able to do it as many times as you like, forever. It’s 100% online, so you won’t have to wait to get anything in the mail either; you can get started as soon as you like.

Is it vegetarian/vegan/GF friendly?

Is it vegetarian/vegan/GF friendly?

Every recipe is totally meat-free. As for my vegan friends, some recipes may call for eggs, honey, or a very occasional spoonful of plain yogurt, but each of these things is easily substituted by vegan alternatives 🙂 If you’re gluten-free, I use wild rice once or twice, but again, you can feel totally free to use something that you can tolerate.

What kind of food is there?

What kind of food is there?

Am I juicing or doing anything super crazy?! Nope. There’s nothing so complicated. No fancy kitchen supplies, no fad diets, and no crazy restrictions, or expensive supplements are involved in this cleanse. It’s meant to be a kickstart in to better living, not a totally unsustainable shock to the system. Each day’s meals are focused on cleansing a specific area of the body and are complimented by the yoga class of the day with the same theme.

What's a bad yogi?

What’s a bad yogi?

The Bad Yogi Creed

1. Bad Yogis don’t do yoga to be a part of the cool crowd. 2. Bad Yogis don’t need to be able to do difficult poses perfectly or have their own Instagram hashtag. 3. Bad Yogis understand that yoga is about feeling good, not just looking good. 4. Bad Yogis are real people, not impossibly fit, flexible, and flashy representations of yogi stereotypes. 5. Bad Yogis aren’t in it for the image or for the status, but because it’s theirs. 6. Bad Yogis don’t let any predetermined doctrine define their practice, and they don’t adopt some rigid set of “rules” just for the sake of having some. 7. Bad Yogis define their own practice. 8. Bad Yogis aren’t conceited and self-righteous about “their” style. 9. Bad Yogis are inclusive and everyone is welcome, whether they are fat or thin or new or seasoned. It doesn’t matter if they see yoga the same way you do, but they’re welcome any way.

Who's Erin Motz?

Who’s Erin Motz?

Listen — I’m not your traditional yogi: I’m the carnivorous, red wine and French cheese-loving type and I’m based in Tampa, FL where I teach vinyasa flow. My aim is to keep my classes fun and accessible, both in the studio and online. You won’t hear much Sanskrit, I totally forgive you if you don’t know your asana from your elbow, and I firmly believe that yoga is for everyone, from the kale-loving vegan to the prize-winning deer hunter. I may be a Bad Yogi, but if I’m being totally honest, teaching yoga has been one of my greatest pleasures; I practice to feed my teaching, but I teach to feed my life.

Do I need cleanse or yoga experience to do it?

Do I need cleanse or yoga experience to do it?

Not at all. This cleanse is gentle and nutritious, so there’s no prior “training” necessary. You don’t need to have a tolerance for any of it because we’re not depriving the body of anything; we’re feeding it exactly what it needs, both nutritionally and in the form of exercise. The yoga classes vary in degree of difficulty, but are all easily modifiable to suit your needs.