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Princeton Center for Yoga & Health to hold fundraiser for continued Haiti relief efforts

by John
Pennington Post, November 1st, 2010

Benefit for the People of Haiti – November 13th, 2010 – sign up

Over nine months after Haiti was literally shaken by a Jan. 12, magnitude 7 earthquake, there is still a great deal to rebuild, many to help, much to be done. Princeton Center for Yoga & Health (PCYH) will host a fundraising concert with David Brahinsky, local singer and songwriter, on Nov. 13, 2010 at 8 pm. Cost is $15 per person and all proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders for Haitian Relief Fund.

David, a longtime friend to PCYH, will be teaming up with Guy DeRosa on harmonica, Phil MacCauliffe on bass, and Ivan Rubenstein Gillis, also a singer/songwriter, to perform songs by such songwriters as Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, and Bill Staines and many others.

“We so enjoy David’s rich voice and amazing guitar skills,” said Deborah Metzger, Founder and Director of PCYH. “We are thrilled to have David and his friends join us at PCYH for this concert for a cause. We are all in this together and need to be here to support one another. And this is a wonderful way to do just that.”

About Doctors Without Borders Relief Efforts:

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) responded to the quake with its largest ever emergency response. MSF’s released a report in July that states that as of May 31, in the first 138 days following the disaster, MSF staff treated more than 173,000 people and performed more than 11,000 surgical procedures. More than 81,000 Haitians received support to cope with psychological trauma. MSF brought in almost 27,000 tents and distributed more than 35,000 relief kits. For more information, visit www.doctorswithoutborders.org.

For more information about this event or any other PCYH classes and workshops, or to reserve your space, call 609-924-7294 or visit www.princetonyoga.com.

About Princeton Center for Yoga & Health:

Featured as one of the top five traditional yoga studios in New Jersey by New Jersey Life magazine, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health (PCYH) is an independently owned and operated yoga and holistic health center located just 5-minutes from downtown Princeton. A full schedule of yoga classes, holistic programs, training seminars and services are offered mornings, evenings, and weekends. The Center is located at the Montgomery Professional Center, 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman, NJ, one-half mile from the intersection of Routes 206 and 518W. Ample free parking is available. For a full schedule of classes and workshops or directions to the Center, phone 609-924-7294 or visit www.princetonyoga.com.

About David Brahinsky:

David Brahinsky is known for his deep, soothing and powerful voice, which reaches down to the bottom of the heart and body to stimulate rich and varied sensations, emotions and thoughts. David performs for The Roosevelt String Band and in local solo performances. He is also a professor of Philosophy and Comparative Religion at Bucks County Community College, and teaches music and singing in his studio in Roosevelt, N.J.

Benefit for the People of Haiti – November 13th, 2010 – sign up
A concert with David Brahinsky, Ivan Rubenstein and Friends

Princeton Center for Yoga & Health to hold fundraiser for continued Haiti relief efforts

by John
Pennington Post, November 1st, 2010

Benefit for the People of Haiti – November 13th, 2010 – sign up

Over nine months after Haiti was literally shaken by a Jan. 12, magnitude 7 earthquake, there is still a great deal to rebuild, many to help, much to be done. Princeton Center for Yoga & Health (PCYH) will host a fundraising concert with David Brahinsky, local singer and songwriter, on Nov. 13, 2010 at 8 pm. Cost is $15 per person and all proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders for Haitian Relief Fund.

David, a longtime friend to PCYH, will be teaming up with Guy DeRosa on harmonica, Phil MacCauliffe on bass, and Ivan Rubenstein Gillis, also a singer/songwriter, to perform songs by such songwriters as Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, and Bill Staines and many others.

“We so enjoy David’s rich voice and amazing guitar skills,” said Deborah Metzger, Founder and Director of PCYH. “We are thrilled to have David and his friends join us at PCYH for this concert for a cause. We are all in this together and need to be here to support one another. And this is a wonderful way to do just that.”

About Doctors Without Borders Relief Efforts:

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) responded to the quake with its largest ever emergency response. MSF’s released a report in July that states that as of May 31, in the first 138 days following the disaster, MSF staff treated more than 173,000 people and performed more than 11,000 surgical procedures. More than 81,000 Haitians received support to cope with psychological trauma. MSF brought in almost 27,000 tents and distributed more than 35,000 relief kits. For more information, visit www.doctorswithoutborders.org.

For more information about this event or any other PCYH classes and workshops, or to reserve your space, call 609-924-7294 or visit www.princetonyoga.com.

About Princeton Center for Yoga & Health:

Featured as one of the top five traditional yoga studios in New Jersey by New Jersey Life magazine, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health (PCYH) is an independently owned and operated yoga and holistic health center located just 5-minutes from downtown Princeton. A full schedule of yoga classes, holistic programs, training seminars and services are offered mornings, evenings, and weekends. The Center is located at the Montgomery Professional Center, 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman, NJ, one-half mile from the intersection of Routes 206 and 518W. Ample free parking is available. For a full schedule of classes and workshops or directions to the Center, phone 609-924-7294 or visit www.princetonyoga.com.

About David Brahinsky:

David Brahinsky is known for his deep, soothing and powerful voice, which reaches down to the bottom of the heart and body to stimulate rich and varied sensations, emotions and thoughts. David performs for The Roosevelt String Band and in local solo performances. He is also a professor of Philosophy and Comparative Religion at Bucks County Community College, and teaches music and singing in his studio in Roosevelt, N.J.

Benefit for the People of Haiti – November 13th, 2010 – sign up
A concert with David Brahinsky, Ivan Rubenstein and Friends

Princeton Center for Yoga & Health to hold fundraiser for continued Haiti relief efforts

by John
Pennington Post, November 1st, 2010

Benefit for the People of Haiti – November 13th, 2010 – sign up

Over nine months after Haiti was literally shaken by a Jan. 12, magnitude 7 earthquake, there is still a great deal to rebuild, many to help, much to be done. Princeton Center for Yoga & Health (PCYH) will host a fundraising concert with David Brahinsky, local singer and songwriter, on Nov. 13, 2010 at 8 pm. Cost is $15 per person and all proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders for Haitian Relief Fund.

David, a longtime friend to PCYH, will be teaming up with Guy DeRosa on harmonica, Phil MacCauliffe on bass, and Ivan Rubenstein Gillis, also a singer/songwriter, to perform songs by such songwriters as Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, and Bill Staines and many others.

“We so enjoy David’s rich voice and amazing guitar skills,” said Deborah Metzger, Founder and Director of PCYH. “We are thrilled to have David and his friends join us at PCYH for this concert for a cause. We are all in this together and need to be here to support one another. And this is a wonderful way to do just that.”

About Doctors Without Borders Relief Efforts:

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) responded to the quake with its largest ever emergency response. MSF’s released a report in July that states that as of May 31, in the first 138 days following the disaster, MSF staff treated more than 173,000 people and performed more than 11,000 surgical procedures. More than 81,000 Haitians received support to cope with psychological trauma. MSF brought in almost 27,000 tents and distributed more than 35,000 relief kits. For more information, visit www.doctorswithoutborders.org.

For more information about this event or any other PCYH classes and workshops, or to reserve your space, call 609-924-7294 or visit www.princetonyoga.com.

About Princeton Center for Yoga & Health:

Featured as one of the top five traditional yoga studios in New Jersey by New Jersey Life magazine, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health (PCYH) is an independently owned and operated yoga and holistic health center located just 5-minutes from downtown Princeton. A full schedule of yoga classes, holistic programs, training seminars and services are offered mornings, evenings, and weekends. The Center is located at the Montgomery Professional Center, 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman, NJ, one-half mile from the intersection of Routes 206 and 518W. Ample free parking is available. For a full schedule of classes and workshops or directions to the Center, phone 609-924-7294 or visit www.princetonyoga.com.

About David Brahinsky:

David Brahinsky is known for his deep, soothing and powerful voice, which reaches down to the bottom of the heart and body to stimulate rich and varied sensations, emotions and thoughts. David performs for The Roosevelt String Band and in local solo performances. He is also a professor of Philosophy and Comparative Religion at Bucks County Community College, and teaches music and singing in his studio in Roosevelt, N.J.

Benefit for the People of Haiti – November 13th, 2010 – sign up
A concert with David Brahinsky, Ivan Rubenstein and Friends