As you may have noticed Chloe the Yogi is the newest thing for the cool kids. With Holidays and Birthdays right around the corner take advantage of this limited offer for only $0.99 you can buy “Chloe the Yogi Goes to the Amusement Park” by Adventures in Yogaland, Inc. Why pay $2.99 (regular price) when you can buy it for $0.99! Take advantage of this limited offer for the first edition of this five book series of electronic yoga adventure books that mirror the experience of a children’s yoga class.
Get Chloe the Yogi Goes to the Amusement Park on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
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*This interactive book is a great way to get kids active with yoga and healthy habits while having fun at the same time.
“Chloe the Yogi: The Amusement Park is the first edition of a five book series of electronic yoga adventure books that mirror the experience of a children’s yoga class. The story featuring Chloe the Yogi is an engaging vehicle for learning yoga poses and reinforcing the emotional support that children get through stretching, breathing, and role playing. Designed for the iPad, the Chloe the Yogi E-Book series was created as an answer to parents’ desire to see and experience what their children are learning in the increasingly popular yoga classes offered for children. It is the first book designed specifically to be enjoyed through electronic devices where both the child and the parent can benefit from seeing the movement in and out of the pose. The Chloe the Yogi E-book series is tailored toward children ages 3-7 and their parents.”
Land Yoga in Harlem
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For the last time this summer, you can go west coast swing dancing in Harlem. West coast swing is one of my favorite dances – sort of a cross between Lindy-style swing and salsa. It is danced to all kinds of music – R & B, pop, blues, rock, even hip-hop and country.
The event is run by Paula Wilson - an amazing dancer, in partnership with Riverside Park as part of their Summer on the Hudson programming. I saw Paula & her partner Ken Kreshtool perform at a party a couple of weeks ago at Stepping Out Studios. What a treat! I was lucky enough to get a dance with Ken, who is a terrific leader with a lot of musicality and some very smooth moves. The dancing goes from 6 pm – 9 pm this Saturday, September 28th at West Harlem Piers Park (West 125th St. and the Hudson River). Paula will teach a lesson at about 7 pm and the entire event is free. If you know West Coast, come and show your stuff; if you’ve never done the dance, come out and give it a try!
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The transformation of the former deli/99 cent store on the corner of 114 and FDB is almost complete. TriBeCa Pediatrics will join a growing number of businesses catering to kids in South Harlem. We look forward to the addition to the neighborhood.
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Christopher Lowman’s Fundraiser for the MALEZI PRIMARY SCHOOL will be hosting a wonderful evening in Tribeca for a very good cause. See the invite and personal note from Christopher below and help spread the word. RSVP if you are able to attend for a night of fellow New Yorkers coming together to help raise money to build a self-sustaining primary school in s harsh Nairobi slum that will offer education to children with little hope. We hope to see a big turn out for this event.
I will make way for the US and UK again, before returning to India to complete the year and fundraising for the Malezi school. First stop is New York City, my hometown, for a fundraiser on 8th August that will benefit the school.
If you’re in the area, please consider joining me at a beautiful home in TriBeCa anytime between 6 pm and 9 pm for an evening of good food, drinks, and company. Please also consider sharing the invite around with others who might be a good fit.
Cracked the $5k mark of donations received.
Purchased the land the school will be built on.
Received a donation large enough to launch our livelihood project of selling clean water, which will enable us to start earning money toward our own start-up costs.
Bit by bit we will do this. And again, this is not just about helping poorest of the poor children with no hope of receiving an education. This is about the power of values-based education and grassroots community organization in the name of love, and what possibilities this can open for a positive future, even in a sorely challenged slum environment.
Online sharing link for Dream NYC on 8-8 here (or copy flyers from this email). RSVP to me, and I hope to see you there! :)
- Christopher Lowman
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