Mind, Body, Spirit

Fighting Your Inner Demons with Food: Can What You Eat Really Make a Difference to Your Mental State?

“You are what you eat” is a concept that most Americans are familiar with from a relatively early age. The notion of making ‘wise’ food choices and avoiding certain products is nothing new and indeed, it is commonly accepted knowledge that, in order to enjoy a healthy, long life, it i
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YOGA on the STEPS 2012, Living Beyond Breast Cancer Event

Namaste Friends~ Please join me and Living Beyond Breast Cancer event,YOGA on the STEPS, at the Philadelphia Art Museum steps on Sunday, May 20th, 8:30-11:30, rain or shine. I have registered as the TotallyZen team. This is the 10th Anniversary of the event and the 3rd year for the To
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Support the Africa Yoga Project

As you reflect on your last year with hopes of being and doing more this year: Remember there are people All Over the WOrld out there Making a Difference!  FInd a Cause or Join this one.. It will Help make you Feel GREAT!!   2011 has been a year of great accomplishment through th
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Introducing Gaiam TV as a Resource for Streaming Online Yoga Videos

  Namaste to All! I wanted to introduce GaiamTV. which is a new website where you can watch a wide variety of yoga, wellness, fitness, inspirational and so much more! The best part is that you can watch these videos anytime, anywhere. You can use your phone, computer, tv, ipad.If
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City Yoga at a Community Greening Program

An empty lot, rare in the center of Philadelphia’s business district, has suddenly transformed from grass and weeds to 32,000 square feet of produce, flowers, and trees. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS),  Independence Blue Cross (IBC), and Brandywine Realty Trust int
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The First Annual Philadelphia Tibetan Festival of the Arts, Sunday, July 24th from 4 – 7PM

Please join Venerable Losang, the Tibetan Association of Philadelphia, and our center, for the first annual Philadelphia Tibetan Festival of the Arts – a celebration of Tibetan art and culture – at Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church [22nd and Spruce St.] on Sunday, July 24t
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