by Jeff Webb
MyCentralJersey published December 21st, 2010
Beginning Jan. 10, the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health — which has been serving the greater Princeton area out of its 50 Vreeland Drive location in the Skillman section of Montgomery — will offer classes at a second location, Wild Child Yoga, in the Princeton Shopping Center at 301 North Harrison St. in Princeton.
“We are delighted to announce that PCYH classes are now available at an additional location, with the same great teachers, classes and value people have come to know at Princeton Yoga,” said Deborah Metzger, founder and director of Princeton Center for Yoga & Health. “Through an exciting new affiliation with Wild Child Yoga, we’re now offering ‘PCYH at Wild Child Yoga.’ We’re giving students more value, more choices, additional class times and your choice of location! Everyone is welcome to take our classes at Wild Child Yoga. PCYH continues to grow as we enter our 14th year serving the Greater Princeton and Central Jersey community. And we’re pleased to collaborate with the nice folks at Wild Child, who currently offer a variety of age appropriate yoga classes for children from six weeks old through teens, plus pre- and post-natal classes.”
Classes at Wild Child Yoga are indicated on the center’s website with “Wild Child Yoga” in the title and location. The standard $17 class fee applies for drop-ins at Wild Child Yoga, and center members and sampler package holders benefits and free classes week apply.
People new to Princeton Yoga can sample as many classes as they’d like during the week of Jan. 10 to 16 to learn which programs suit their needs. Returning students are welcome to preview most of our classes during Free Yoga Week for a $17 drop-in fee, or — as a special thank you if they bring someone new to the center during that week — they get one free class. More information is available by calling 609-924-7294 or by visiting www.princetonyoga.com.
And don’t forget to check out the Courier News, Home News Tribune and MyCentralJersey.com on Jan. 4 for the launch of a January series on yoga, featuring the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health.