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Tuesday
Feb122013

Happy Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is probably my favorite holiday, I have to admit. Though for some it may carry its own baggage, to me it's significant because it comes with a lot less work than the other holidays. Personally, I don't believe you can only celebrate the occasion if you have a significant other, of the romantic kind. I love the opportunity for kids to deliver valentines to classmates, friends to gather for dinner, families to say an extra I love you... on top of the extra special ways couples mark the day.

Maybe I'm lucky, but my husband has never used an excuse to get out of celebrating Valentine's Day with a special dinner or gift, even when I didn't think it was necessary. The bonus to me is that it's no extra work in reciprocating the gesture and spreading the love: we enjoy a night out together, I buy a couple cards and hug my kids, done! That's uniquely simple compared to the rest of the holidays, at least with my big family!

This year there's even more reason to love Valentine's Day: we're sharing it with all the yogis at Harbor Yoga in Dublin, Ohio, and spreading the love with The Women's Fund of Central Ohio! So the 10am class that I teach on Thursday, Valentine's Day morning, will be FREE. And everyone who comes to class at Harbor on Valentine's Day will receive a complimentary gift from Thrive Theory and Harbor Yoga. All in honor of loving yourself, feeling your heart beat, and helping women & girls in Central Ohio. 

Hope to see you on Thursday! To reserve a spot in the FREE 10am class go to www.HarborYogaStudio.com.

 

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