Posts by Kasey Belliston

Baba’s Brew Field Trip!

Baba's Brew Daffodil Vase

Who doesn’t love a good field trip?! Over the weekend MOYO took a field trip to Baba’s Brew in Phoenixville. What a cool spot!! Inspired by some of Andy Warhol’s art work, the space is very bright and colorful. If you’re wondering why I’m writing about this field trip, I am excited to tell you!…

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Nama’stay In Bed, Oh Nama’no You Won’t!

Picture this – You’re all warm and toasty, cuddled up in bed, dreaming sweet dreams. Then suddenly that dreaded alarm starts dinging so loud, right in your ear, waking you up in a panic! That was my morning Sunday morning. The night before, I had given myself a nice pep talk right before bed. “Alright!…

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The Aftermath

Thinking of becoming a yoga teacher? From a physical standpoint we began each Saturday and Sunday morning with yoga practice. Whether our bodies wanted to or not. There was a lot to learn about honoring your body. We quickly learned that there is so much more to yoga than just the asana, the physical practice.…

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The Practice of Warrior Women

Feel the Power in Pink. Find the Support in Community. Experience the Strength in the Practice of Warrior Women. Join us as our 2017 teacher trainees lead you through an empowering all levels practice. This class will be held at MOYO on Sunday October 8th from 1-2:30pm. This is a donation based class celebrating breast cancer awareness…

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Ok, What the Heck is Kombucha?

On my quest for wellness and better health (specifically gut health), I started drinking kombucha before it became trendy and taking up prime real estate in grocery stores. I remember my coworker and I would have kombucha happy hour. I was working in New York at the time. We would go to Duane Reade and…

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The In-cider Scoop

I feel as though the summer is passing by in a big old blur.  Do you feel the same? That’s A-OK because my favorite season is right around the corner.  We all have a favorite season and for me, it’s without a doubt fall. We may not feel the chill in the air yet, but…

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The Nourishing Layers of Yin

Yin and nourishment are synonymous in a time of constant “productivity” and forward motion.  Silence and stillness embody the mystical practice of yin and act as healers to the human layers of body, mind, and spirit.  Ultimately, the nourishing factor interconnects simultaneously between these 3 levels: Physical The physical intention of yin is to hold…

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International Yoga Day!

The United Nations declared the 21st of June ‘International Yoga Day’. It is a day to recognize the ancient Indian science’s “holistic approach to health and well-being.” June 21st has special significance in many parts of the world. It celebrates the Summer Solstice which is the longest day of the year. The logo for the…

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Healing Through Yoga & Food

“This magical, marvelous food on our plate, this sustenance we absorb, has a story to tell. It has a journey. It leaves a footprint. It leaves a legacy. To eat with reckless abandon, without conscience, without knowledge; folks, this ain’t normal.” – Joel Salatin Yoga and food are universal.  Like art and music they liberate…

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