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Local Business Spotlight: The Soul Center

What's That Up In the Air Around Phoenixville?

It's Love Baby...and it's coming from The Soul Center!

The doors are open at The Soul Center's new location and the love is pouring out. We've moved just up the road to our new home at 550 Kimberton Road (Rte. 113) in Phoenixville and you're invited to stop on by and check out the digs. We're rolling out the mats and banging on the drums, so come on in, take your shoes off and stay awhile-we have plenty of room to roam.

Our new home offers an exotic and spacious practice room for you to move and groove and celebrate being alive! A separate "treatment room" for massage, energy work or a private, individual or small group yoga experience is now ready to offer a more intimate environment. We have changing rooms to accommodate you as you transition from the outside world into your practice.

Before or in between classes, sit back and relax in our lobby, sip some tea and browse our yoga library and take time for a soul chat with others from our beloved community. We encourage you to linger and share your experiences and to explore what other offerings may call to you.

The Soul Center is all about creating community with a new twist~

We have a foundation of yoga classes with a wide variety of styles and levels, each with their own flavor and fun so you can find an offering, not to replace, but to complement the practice you already have, or perhaps even inspire you to explore a different shade of your soul.

And there's more than just yoga on the menu - how about Group Motion Dance, Energetic Drumming Circles, Spiritual Cinema and Kirtan Café-countless opportunities to lift and inspire your spirit and infuse your soul. And we're just getting started!

Please visit our website, www.TheSoulCenter.com for full class descriptions and to meet our resident faculty.

Soulfully,

Robyn

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