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We want open-hearted folks to feel included in our circle, no matter what your previous level of yoga or spirituality is. 

We have yoga classes, meet-ups and get togethers in Manayunk in Philadelphia where we can connect in person as well.  

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Yoga Blog from a Teacher in Philly

Yoga Blog from a Teacher in Philly

Couples Yoga Classes at Amrita, Fishtown – Winter, 2015

Posted by on Sep 26, 2014 in Couples Yoga, Date Night, How To Keep The Intimacy Alive, Partner Yoga, Valentines Day | Comments Off

Couples Yoga Classes at Amrita, Fishtown  – Winter, 2015

Just wanted to let everyone know that we will be holding our yoga classes at Amrita in Fishtown near Center City.  We are SO excited about this!  We have held our classes in many different locations in the Philly metro area, mostly in Manayunk and in other areas as well such as King of Prussia, Havertown, West Chester and Ardmore.  Without a doubt Amrita is the most stunning yoga studio I have ever been in ( and I have been in hundreds of yoga studios at this point…. maybe even over 1,000…. you don’t keep track anymore after...

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Pregnancy Yoga Classes in Philadelphia? Free Workshops

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in Prenatal Yoga, Yoga Health | 0 comments

Pregnancy Yoga Classes in Philadelphia? Free Workshops

Belly Pilates, a motherhood fitness and maternal fitness and wellness studio, comprehensively serving the health, wellness and educational needs of the multiple stages of motherhood, is excited to present FREE and low-cost Instructional pregnancy yoga  and pilates classes in Philadelphia for parents throughout the Philadelphia and Main Line area. Workshop topics include: Partner Massage for Labor, Breastfeeding 101, Baby Development & Milestones,  Baby Sleep Solutions by Baby Sleep Expert, Jennifer Schindele, Baby-wearing 101, Benefits of...

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Yoga Music Reviews- Top 10 CDs I play in Class

Posted by on Aug 18, 2014 in Stuff I like, Yoga Music | 0 comments

In a yoga class setting up a vibe with lights, music and space is such a key part of the experience. It really takes you to a sacred place and I tend to get all bejiggety is my sound system is not working.  Whenever I am teaching at a new place or subbing I make sure to spend awhile understanding how their music system works (I’m not technically inclined and tend to panic when the music won’t start)  I tend to play the same 30 CDs all the time but I love picking up new ones all the time ( a few years from now this list will be very different)...

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Farting in yoga class? What to do when this happens and how to prevent It.

Posted by on Jul 11, 2014 in Yoga Health, Yoga Teacher training | 0 comments

When I am just a student in the class and someone accidentally lets a noisy one out I giggle and laugh and look in the direction of the lethal missile.  Now that I do a lot of teaching and am not the student that often, when someone in my class accidentally lets one out, then I have to swallow my laughter and giggle and not even look in the direction of the explosion.  I remember one time, that this guy kept cutting his chakra cheese fairly audibly and we couldn’t all ignore it if we tried and he had to say “ Sorry, Excuse me”  a few times....

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Yoga & Meditation Music and Song Reviews – Tunes to Downdog, Chill or Get It On To

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Couples Retreat, Couples Yoga, eStore, Meditation, Romantic Date Ideas, Stuff I like, Yoga Music, Yoga Teacher training | 0 comments

Top  Yoga Meditation Music and Yoga Songs I play in Class In a yoga class setting up a vibe with lights, music and space is such a key part of the experience.  It really takes you to a sacred place and I tend to get all bejiggety is my sound system is not working.  Whenever I am teaching at a new place or subbing I make sure to spend awhile understanding how their music system works (I’m not technically inclined and tend to panic when the music won’t start) I tend to play the same 30 CDs all the time but I love picking up new ones all the...

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Stiff Neck, Tight Shoulders and Knee Pain – Jill Miller’s Yoga Therapy Tune Up DVDs

Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in Alternative Health, Yoga DVDs, & Podcasts | 0 comments

I don’t like to be a hypochondriac but I have been plagued with neck and shoulder pain for about the last 10 years.  I’ve seen countless doctors, practitioners, acupuncturists, healers, physical therapist, holistic doctors, chiropractors, massage therapists, hypnotherapists, counselors, neurologists, dentists etc and was not able to get any long-term relief or manageability around this chronic pain. (I did sometimes get short-term relief but it was usually a few hours)  I’ve spent in the tens of thousands of dollars trying...

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Being Bootylicious without being Broke – Natural Organic Beauty

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in Alternative Health, Beauty | 0 comments

Being Bootylicious without being Broke – Natural Organic Beauty

I’ve been making my hottie hellenic hubby a bit wonky with all the natural beauty treatments I have been dabbling with lately.  He’s actually limited me to no more than one beauty experiment a day (what century are we in that our men can try to impose rules on us anyway?)  As I write this I am making my own rosewater from roses I plucked from our garden.  Here are some wallet-friendly beauty treatments that I have been experimenting with lately.  Most of these things you will probably have in your house anyway so no need to go out...

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Best Gifts For Dad

Posted by on Jun 9, 2014 in Gift Baskets | 0 comments

Here’s a some history on how Father’s Day got started from History.com. We also have our list of the Top 8 Best Gifts for Dad. On July 19, 1910, the governor of the U.S. state of Washington proclaimed the nation’s first “Father’s Day.” However, it was not until 1972, 58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official, that the day became a nationwide holiday in the United States.   Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring motherhood that is observed in the United States and...

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Divorce Proof Your Marriage Before You Say “I Do” – 7 Essential Conversations

Posted by on Jun 8, 2014 in Family Counseling | 0 comments

Guest Blog by Lee A. Bowers, Ph.D.  An excerpt from the book –  Divorce Proof Your Marriage Before You Say “I Do” – 7 Essential Conversations. Big Questions in Life There are many questions to ask and answer when building a foundation for a life together.  It’s important to find out where your partner stands on money, sex, gender-roles, politics, religion and family. It’s equally important to uncover where he or she stands on smaller things, like doing dishes or taking out the trash. To discover early on how your significant other...

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Want sweetness? Too lazy and it’s too hot. Grilled peaches.

Posted by on Jun 1, 2014 in Alternative Health | Comments Off

Grilled peaches: A lazy cook’s dream. The sugar-plus-heat combination makes for a seductive caramelizing effect.  Peaches are a natural for the grill, where quick cooking brings out juiciness and intensifies sweetness. Start with peaches that are firm with just a little give when you give them a gentle squeeze with your whole hand. Cut the peaches in half and pit them. You can grill entire peach halves or cut them into wedges. Cook peaches over a medium fire on both sides until grill marks show and peaches are tender but not falling...

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