Whole Body Yoga Studio presents yoga instructor Vladamir Tcharov, from Pranakriya School of Healing Arts, who will lead a 200-hour yoga teacher training. The training will be offered through nine intensive weekend sessions, taking place September 7 to 9, October 12 to 14, November 2 to 4, December 7 to 9, January 11 to 13, February 8 to 10, March 1 to 3, April 5 to 7 and May 3 to 5. Continue reading
Evergreen Counseling invites new and expectant mothers to its new, therapeutic support group, Babies Don’t Come With Manuals. The group will meet from 11 a.m. to noon beginning July 21, and will continue every other Saturday at its Warminster office. Continue reading
Inclusion Festival, an autism- and sensory-friendly music and wellness festival, will be held July 28 and 29 at Mountain Sky Festival Grounds, in Jermyn, Pennsylvania, just north of Scranton.
Inclusion Festival celebrates neurodiversity, promotes understanding and acceptance, and provides educational opportunities within a safe, nurturing environment. Individuals with special needs, and those who wish to support them, are invited to participate and attend recreational and educational workshops, connect with nature, experience live music, participate in mindfulness practices and build a supportive community network and lifestyle that extends far beyond the festival grounds. Continue reading
In keeping with its mission to establish itself as a premiere yoga teacher training studio, Anahata Yoga & Wellness Center is expanding its offerings. In addition to its foundational 200-hour teacher training and prenatal teacher training, it is now offering a 300-hour program.
The 300-hour training is open to graduates of any 200-hour program and is offered in five modules designed to deepen a teacher’s skills in the areas of anatomy, chakra yoga, ayurveda, meditation and the art of teaching. Continue reading
Spiritual teacher, channel and healer Amaya Victoria is offering a weekend of healing, Sacred Medicine for Your Soul, from July 13 to 15 at Soulutions for Daily Living, in Newtown.
Individual sessions are available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 13 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on July 14. Participants can choose between Heartspeak Healing and Personal Channeling sessions, detailed descriptions of which are available on AmayaCenter.com.
AWAKEN Center for Human Evolution (CHE) will present a mindfully positive and entertaining fundraising event, the AWAKEN HighVibe Art & Music Festival, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., June 30, in the Moumgis Auditorium at Delaware Valley University, in Doylestown.
Greenshire Institute for Holistic Studies is hosting a free community gathering from 1 p.m. until sunset, June 23, on their campus grounds in Quakertown.
Linda Harbaugh, intuitive life coach and owner of Journey To The Self, is presenting Heal Yourself and Your Life with The Law of Attraction from 1 to 4 p.m., July 14, in Norristown.
Joseph Carchedi, M.D., director of Lower Gwynedd Functional Medicine Institute, has become a certifying medical cannabis physician. In addition to certifying patients, the practice offers state-of-the-art CBD oil (cannabidiol) products, including a CBD-infused water.
Carchedi offers, “I believe that medical cannabis will change people’s lives by improving their quality of life and providing hope to those that have been struggling with chronic disease.”
After more than 35 years of private practice in Manhattan, Licensed Massage Therapist Lee Noonan has relocated and is offering “City Massage at Country Prices” to Bucks and Montgomery county residents.
Referring to her services as “The Art of Touch”, Noonan understands that the lasting aspect of treatment lies in discovering the underlying causes of pain. This often involves detective work, such as recognizing when a change in a client’s lifestyle or surroundings might be adversely affecting their body.
Girls aged 11 to 13 are invited to explore nutrition, yoga, positive body image and creativity during a weeklong teen yoga camp at Roots & Wings Facilitating Healing, conveniently located by the Quakertown high school. The camp runs from 1 to 4 p.m., July 9 through 13.
Led by Roots & Wings owner Hillery Woods Siatkowski, LMT, RYT-200, the girls will have a daily yoga practice exploring themes of art, ecology and wellness. Activities include wildcrafting herbs, meditative mandala making, self-care practices and building healthy relationships.
More than 121,000 UFO sightings are reported each year in the United States alone, and Pennsylvania, a “hot spot” with over 5,176 logged events, currently ranks fifth in the nation for frequency of sightings. Anyone who has witnessed an event, wishes they had or is just curious about what else may be out there in the skies can enjoy the 2018 MUFON Symposium, a yearly gathering for sharing investigations, research and experiences.
The event will be held on July 27 to 29, with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. at the Crowne Plaza Philadelphia-Cherry Hill. This year’s theme is “UFOs, Extraterrestrials and the Future of Humanity,” and opens with a free, public educational outreach day from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday. MUFON invites the public to learn more about UFOs and extraterrestrial phenomenon through their dynamic lectures.