With help from Philly’s growing number of plant-centric businesses and herbalists, you can actually learn about the stuff growing around you (and all its benefits).
Level-up your meditations with Philly’s latest trend: breathing your way through bone-chilling water.
When the show producers approached Rittenhouse residents Jay and Stacey Storm about filming in their rowhouse, the homeowners had one condition: donate the location fee to CHOP.
When he’s not working with patients at CHOP or training clients with Get In Lon Fitness, Perry stays energized with smoothies and black bean burgers from local spots, plus meditating and burning sage once a week.
From teaching kids’ fitness classes to training clients through CUTLOOSE, Deane is often on the move — but he also makes time for plenty of rest, reflection and hydration.
The brick-and-mortar location, The SPOT Period, will provide support for underserved populations and continue the work to end period poverty.
The iconic race was beloved by locals and elite runners alike in the ’80s and ’90s. Now the annual event is back under the guidance of local organizers, who have big plans for it.
Combined with sister facility Reach Climbing and Fitness, the Factory is the largest rock-climbing and training center in the area.
The application is open until February 9th, and eligible business applications will not be reviewed until after the final deadline.
When she’s not working as the in-arena host for the Philadelphia Flyers, Helfrich is recording her podcast and relaxing with an impressive array of candles.
Honor the legacy of the civil rights leader with these events and service opportunities.
“Draw to Action” includes the original work of 30 local artists, and 100 percent of proceeds will go to 15 Philly nonprofit and social impact organizations.
Joanna Linton, who co-founded United by Blue and founded Rae’s Roots, is currently renovating a motel in the Poconos with her family, Schitt’s Creek-style.