Loving and Living in February 2022 !


More than YOGA.... Join us for workshops,
coaching and classes!

Let's get LIVING, LOVING and MOVING in February!

Welcome to MMM 2022!  
Our format will be changing in the upcoming months so
please stay tuned! 

We will continue to have our signature Children's, Tween and Teen  8-week sessions as well as ongoing massage appointments...
in addition, you will see new workshops and yoga class series added to our schedule  in the upcoming months! 

Let's start February with the fantastic options below- for couples, for individuals, for our children and for our Teens !

LOVING... For Our Children & Families
Anxious Ellie with Danielle Price

A Valentine Book Reading & Craft for our Children!
Join us on Saturday February 12th at 10:15 am!

Local award winning author and Queens University graduate, Danielle Price will read her first of a series of books starring
Ellie- the Anxious Elephant and her friends!

Ellie wants every child to know that they are loved exactly how they are!  After the reading Danielle will talk about self love and a simple take home craft activity will round out this great hour with Ellie and Danielle!

Copies of Anxious Ellie will be available at the studio and Danielle will sign & personalize each copy!

*This event is complimentary, however donations will be accepted for the Early Learning Partnership of York County to support early literacy programming.
* Size of the group will be limited- please join the wait-list if the event is full as we will add another reading immediately following- thank you!
Book your child's space in the book reading here!

LOVING... For Our Couples

How do you Love? Couples Edition 


 Saturday February 12th from 4 to 6 pm- a before dinner date!

Whether you’ve been in a relationship (or married) six months or sixty years, every relationship can use a boost. How Do You Love? Couples Edition explores the dynamics of a healthy relationship using Gary Chapman’s 5 Love Languages as a foundational framework.


During this interactive, educational workshop, you will learn: 

  • Tips to make a good relationship great, or rebuild after a major set back

  • How to consciously rekindle your relationship ‘fire’ and bring back that loving feeling!

  • Discover your primary love language, and how to speak your partner’s love language


The workshop is designed around exercises you and your partner can do together, however you can join with a close friend if you’d be comfortable working through the workshop activities with one another.


Learn, laugh and connect with your partner during this interactive, educational workshop just in time for Valentine’s Day!


Workshop materials: 

A link to take the official Love Languages Quiz (with registration)

A handout with activities 


Workshop Date: Saturday, February 12th, 2022

4:00pm to 6:00pm EST

Investment: $150 per couple (discount $130 for early registration)

Early registration before February 7th
Registration opens January 26th at movementmindfulnesandme.com


MOVING... for Our Adults and Mature Teens! 
Mindful Movement Workshops with Coach Sandra Oliver
February 19th  "Finding Your Balance" 1-3 pm

Finding Your Balance

How do you create balance in your life?

Life demands balance, we constantly strive for stability in our job, our relationships, and ourselves. If one part of your life is out of balance, the rest of your life rushes in to restore harmony. It can be challenging to solve life’s dilemmas when keeping your balance demands your full attention. Create a sense of balance and equilibrium in your body and your life through an experiential journey of movement and music designed to awaken and inspire.

Are you ready to explore a comfortable ebb and flow that allows you to flex with daily changes and challenges?

  • You have multiple priorities
  • You feel like you are never ‘done’, there is always something left unfinished
  • You crave time to take a break for self care
  • You want to develop a calmer, less stressful way of approaching life’s challenges

A series of guided visualizations and movements invites you to explore ways to balance as you navigate life’s challenges. Each movement pattern is designed to create a sense of balance and equilibrium in your body and your life patterns. 

Experience 90 minutes of guided visualization and movement to help you strengthen, ground, balance and energize your whole being.


Workshops can be booked individually for $30 each or purchase a package of three for $80
Read more about each workshop  in the series on our website

Register or Read More Here

Living & Moving ...  A New Series for our Teens!

SRTM- Stress Reduction Through Mindfulness
A 4-week series for teens beginning 
Sunday 2/6 at 3:30 pm. 

As a parent, you have probably noticed that your teen is experiencing increased stress. Academic workload can steeply incline during this period as can the expectations from competitive sports and peer groups. This places a large load on what is called their executive functioning skills. While teens crave the independence of adults, their brain is still wired for impulsivity at this stage.

Classes at MMM are designed to make teens more aware, or “mindful”, of these aspects and to introduce techniques to manage everyday life stressors. In all of our sessions there is an emphasis on the following:

  • Self Talk and Affirmations, which bring awareness and change the narrative of what might be “negative thinking to more “realistic/opportunity-based thinking.
  • Practice of Yoga Postures and Breathing. This creates an opportunity to practice a state of non-judgment (neither good nor bad—just responding to now). Teens also actively practice reducing stress physically through breath. They learn to observe their thoughts in a calm environment, which can eventually lead to them using less reactive behaviors.
  • Goal Setting with Intentions and Journaling. This allows teens to reflect with conscious thought. They are asked to observe their own feelings instead of listing what they have been taught are the “correct” feelings and goals. This introduces the concept that the performance or the outcome of a goal does not need to be interpreted as the final conclusion of their abilities. For example, receiving a C- as a final grade in math, does not have to be interpreted as: “I’m horrible at math!” Practicing mindfulness reinforces for teens that they can consciously tweak their choices. This promotes a positive mindset by illustrating their ability to shape their future.

This 4 week session will be held periodically throughout the year.

The first session will be Sunday 2/6, 2/13, (no class 2/20-FMSD Break), 2/27 and 3/6 at 3:30 pm

Book SRTM for TEENS Here!
As always... Call  or Text the studio with any questions or thoughts- Thank you!

Until next time....

(803) 675-5300
Copyright © *|CURRENT_YEAR|* *|LIST:COMPANY|*, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.