Philadelphia, PA - Everyone knows that you are what your body intakes. If you eat junk and unhealthy foods most of the time you usually are going have bad health and problems. But if you eat healthy and drink a lot of water, you feel better and your body functions relatively well.
Philadelphia, PA - Busy weekday mornings make it a challenge for many families to find time for a healthy breakfast. However, Nutritional Development Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (NDS) helps nearly 8,900 students start every school day with a nutritious breakfast. To encourage students to take advantage of the healthy choices available with school breakfast, NDS will participate in this year’s National School Breakfast Week (NSBW).
Philadelphia, PA - Eating is an essential part of everyone's lives; it fuels us to continue doing what we need to in order to accomplish our goals in life. What would be wonderful is to combine the benefits that food supplies us with a charitable cause. This February 24th and 25th Turning Point (https://theturningpoint.biz) and The Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) have partnered up in order to raise funds to help support childhood brain cancer research (http://thekortneyrosefoundation.org).
Philadelphia, PA - Spring Training at Dilworth Park comes back this April alongside a variety of complimentary outdoor activities Tuesdays through Thursdays, April 3 through May 24. Top-notch instructors will lead free of charge outdoor training courses to help you get in shape while specialists from Rothman Institute will attend a few classes providing tips on stretching and injury prevention. All conditioning classes are led by knowledgeable trainers from Optimal Sport Health Clubs. The schedule will be:
Philadelphia, PA - The Piazza at Schmidt’s Commons is pleased to announce the addition of Orangetheory Fitness to its exciting mix of retail, restaurants and lifestyle leases. The energizing and fast-growing international fitness franchise will open the doors to its boutique studio the first week of January, 2018.
Philadelphia, PA - Suicide is among the nation's top ten leading causes of death. Last year nearly 2,000 people in Pennsylvania died by suicide, leaving loved ones and communities behind. To help draw attention to this leading, but preventable cause of death, many will walk from dusk until dawn downtown Philadelphia, beginning on June 16 through June 17.
Philadelphia, PA - As a society and as people we tend to jump from one idea to the next without really putting things into perspective first. And I’ve done this plenty of times in my life. It’s like climbing a ladder and seeing the end goal, but just running over the steps right in front of you.
Philadelphia, PA - We live in a world where most of us worry about everything that isn’t important, but we expect to get things done. Excuses can last a long time. For most people, it lasts their whole lives. And then we realize that we have wasted valuable time.
Green City Beauty – Antique’s Row new-world newcomer has won awards for its gentle, natural sugaring and offers a range of customizable facial and body treatments, using eco-friendly ingredients along the way.
Body Restoration – The exclusive focus at this Center City day spa: skincare and massage therapy. The petite specialty practice uses French depilatory wax, offers detoxifying wraps and applies aromatherapeutic, paraben-free products during facials.
Antoinette Day Spa – This Purebeauty Salon and Spa group member is located on a Main Line Victorian property, where it offers national organization’s signature stress-buster massages, no-chip pedicures, customized peels and aromatherapy-enhanced body masks and polishes. Spa packages cater to brides, moms-to-be, men and anyone seeking a little R&R.
Philadelphia, PA - Thinking about visiting the 2018 Philly Home Show? We fit as many events, features and vendors into the Pennsylvania Convention Center as we can, so doing it all may seem overwhelming. We’ve picked eight highlights to be sure to check off your list. See our top eight things to do at the 2018 Philly Home Show.
Amazulu Collections – Charita Powell, owner. Seven days a week and for nearly 30 years, this popular Reading Terminal Market stand has represented artists from all over the world and lived the motto, “where cultures meet.” For sale: handmade folk dolls, original paintings, body care, cultural clothing—including Urban Karma, Powell’s pattern-rich clothing collection for women and men—and her signature sterling silver jewelry of her own design, made by Indonesian artisans.
Charlie’s Jeans – Sebastian McCall, owner. This Old City spot is known and loved for its staff of fit experts. Slim, distressed, dark, flare, pencil, straight, bootcut, styles for work or for play are all on the menu, so is the store’s American-made denim brand, Sebastian McCall Jeans, named for its owner.