Category: fitness

Family Halloween Yoga Class Fun at Hope Artiste Village. Costumes welcome!

Family Halloween Yoga Class Fun at Hope Artiste Village. Costumes welcome!

[ 0 ] October 20, 2015 |

Join Erin Vinacco this Halloween for a free family yoga class on Halloween Day (October 31) at the Motion Center Yoga Collective, Hope Artiste Village, Pawtucket. Halloween Costumes are welcome! Regular weekly classes will be be held throughout the winter during Farmer’s Market starting Nov 1st, Saturdays 10-10:45am, $5 per participant. Free for little ones under 2! Come move, breathe, play […]

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Climb out of the Darkness 2015

Climb out of the Darkness 2015

[ 0 ] May 27, 2015 |

Postpartum Progress’ Climb Out of the Darkness® is the world’s largest event raising awareness of maternal mental illnesses like postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety & OCD, postpartum PTSD, postpartum psychosis, postpartum bipolar disorder, and pregnancy depression and anxiety. Climb Out of the Darkness is held on or near the longest day of the year annually to help […]

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Post-natal fitness

Post-natal fitness

[ 1 ] May 29, 2014 |

Don’t be alarmed! We will NOT be discussing bootcamps, marathons or one armed push-ups in the following article! We will however, talk about the mind-bogglingly difficult process of getting up and moving again after you have a baby. Exercise! Whether that means a walk around the block, a yoga class, whatever your thing, it provides us […]

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What is a Meditation for Kids and Family Class?

What is a Meditation for Kids and Family Class?

[ 0 ] December 23, 2013 |

Local parent, Tara Demyan is a fan of the Meditation for Kids and Family class at Atisha Kadampa Meditation Center. To learn more about what it means to meditate together as a family, read Tara’s recent interview with Angela Stewart, Education Program Coordinator of the Atisha Kadampa Meditation Center. What is a “family” meditation class? […]

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Thanksgiving for Nature

Thanksgiving for Nature

[ 0 ] November 21, 2012 |

Whether it’s watching football, playing a game, reading special books, or expressing our gratitude in some special way, almost every family has a beloved Thanksgiving tradition that extends beyond the festive meal that is front and center on this American holiday.

My own custom developed in early adulthood, when the political arguments and caloric intake reached epic proportions one Thanksgiving and I simply couldn’t stand to be inside another minute. Let’s face it: holidays are great, but they can certainly be intense. At least in my family!

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Run for Your Lives!

Run for Your Lives!

[ 4 ] June 2, 2010 |

by Katy Killilea What could be better for a worn-out parent that a sanctioned way to abandon one’s family? When my iPod morphed into a iPhone and my husband was able to call me while I ran, I realized the real reason why I love running. He called, his voice replaced Ira Glass’s in my headphones, […]

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