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chase a five-class card for just $20, at the Yoga Cise Studio in Quakertown. Yoga Cise offers classes for everyone, be- ginners to advanced, to restore the body, mind and spirit. The studio offers Basic, Relax-and-Flow, Restor- ative, Strength-and-Tone and Power yoga classes as well

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as Barre dance inspired fitness classes and Pilates Fusion classes. The core class schedule includes over 15 classes per week. Teen Yoga and a Tots story time yoga class are also offered periodically. A mindfulness meditation class is offered once per month on a Thursday evening. “Yoga is more than just fitness, it becomes a way of life”, states owner Rebecca

Dawson. “The poses, done regularly with proper breathing and alignment, will trigger an emotional and mental healing process that will bring mindfulness into different areas of your life. Embracing yoga philosophy can help you find better health and more resilience along with inner peace which can be a springboard for your personal spiritual growth.”

To view the schedule visit For more information call 267-718-6444 or email See ad page 11.

healthy and strong in this chemical-ridden world, it’s essential to help the body increase its removal of harmful and potentially deadly waste products. Regular, effective, whole body detoxi-

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fication using a Far Infrared Sauna is available at Kim’s Healing Center in Easton. Far infrared is a section of the natural band of light that is not visible to the human eye, but can be felt as heat. Unlike the high heat produced in traditional saunas, far infrared heat can penetrate the body to a depth of 1.5 to 2 inches. This stimulates the body’s cellular detoxification process more effectively and at a lower temperature than a traditional sauna. “Over 1500 doctors and health professionals have used the far infrared sauna

to help conditions such as chronic fatigue, rheumatoid arthritis, weight control and combating toxic overload”, states owner Kim Ng. “When we combine this therapy with Acupressure therapy, detoxifing foot baths and herbal products, customers see tremendous results quickly.

Kim’s Healing Center is located at 1223 Butler Street in Easton. Call 610-559-7280 for a consultation. See ad page 5.

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tudies indicate that most of us have between 400 and 800 chemical residues stored in the fat cells of our bodies. To stay

uring the Month of January, new customers can enjoy a full month of unlimited classes for just $30, or pur-

Sacred Ministry Program Offered in Doylestown


he School of Sacred Ministries, an outreach pro- gram of Pebble Hill Interfaith Church, in Doylestown is accepting ap- plications for its

interfaith ministry program set to start in March 2017. The program helps individu- als create deeper meaning in their lives by offering one of the country’s most comprehensive interfaith programs for religious studies, professional develop- ment and spiritual transformation. “We are paving the way for people

to communicate and coexist peacefully,” states Rev. Brian Weis, the Administra- tor at the School of Sacred Ministries. Over the course of more than two years, participants study the world’s major re- ligious, spiritual and wisdom traditions, experience the power of ritual and what it potentially means to assume the mantle of interfaith clergy. According to Weis, the program offers the opportunity for students to explore their spirituality within a com- munity of like-minded people; expand their awareness of other points of view, beliefs and traditions; learn how they can help others; and, if they choose, become an interfaith minister or celebrant.

For more information and to register, call 215-348-3428 ext. 6, email or visit See ad page 9.

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