Mandala Construction Monks By Susan Van Dongen Published Centraljersey.com IF ever there was a time when the planet needed to be covered with blessings, it would be now. Residents of the Princeton area — and fellow human beings around the world — can be grateful for the creative efforts of nine Tibetan Buddhist monks, who… Continue reading Healing Power – Tibetan Buddhist monks will create a mandala at the PCYH
By Susan Van Dongen, Special Writer Published Centraljersey.com April 18, 2012 The sound of soft, melodious wind chimes drifting through the trees and former farmland is the first thing that welcomes visitors to Princeton Center for Yoga and Health’s new location, at 88 Orchard Road, just off Route 206 in Skillman. “The new Princeton Center… Continue reading Yoga Center Moves to Former Farm Site
by Anthony Stoeckert Reprinted from the March 21, 2012, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper Deborah Metzger didn’t know anything about running a business when she decided to open a yoga center in 1996. But she had first-hand experience in the healing power of yoga, and a desire to share her knowledge with students and support… Continue reading Where Yoga & Business Converge
Published by Planetprinceton.com The Princeton area’s premier yoga studio, the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health, has moved to a new location in Skillman that offers more space, lots of light, and scenic views. Princeton Yoga has moved to a 5-acre campus known called the Orchard Hill Center at 88 Orchard Road, just a mile… Continue reading Yoga Bliss: Princeton Center for Yoga & Health Moves to Expanded 5-Acre Facility in Skillman
by Deborah Metzger, Founder and Director, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health Town Topics August 2011 Are you constantly thinking about things that happened today, yesterday or last week? Are you fixated on planning for the future – preparing for a day when things will miraculously be “better”? If you’re like most people, even as… Continue reading Three (Healthy) Ways to Cope with Stress
By Deborah Metzger I find that most people are their own worst critic; they are tougher on themselves than anyone else. We beat ourselves up over things that we would tell someone else is OK to have done or not done. We analyze situations and think over and over what we “should have, could have… Continue reading Go Ahead, Be Yourself!
by Deborah Metzger The Courier News and Home News Tribune, October 5th, 2010 The practice of mindfulness can improve physical, emotional and mental health. Though this claim isn’t brand new, it is one that Americans should listen to. Research supports the claims that mindfulness helps with such challenges as anxiety disorders, depression, relationship issues, sleep… Continue reading Become mindful of the moment
It isn’t always easy, but being mindful can make all the difference. As women, we know all about stress. From running a household to working, from chauffeuring children and coordinating extracurricular activities to business meetings, from trying to keep up with friends to trying to keep up with your family, from making sure the bills… Continue reading Stress Less – Seriously!
by Deborah Metzger The Courier News and Home News Tribune, February 10, 2010 Seasons change, and many of us change with them. During fall and winter, many people experience a lack of energy, mood swings, a change in eating or social habits, and the desire to sleep excessively. Feeling “blue” or even more seriously depressed,… Continue reading Bring the Sunshine Back Into Your Life
By Deborah Metzger, Founder and Director of Princeton Center for Yoga & Health of Skillman, NJ According to the American Chiropractic Association, back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work – in fact, back pain is the second most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office, outnumbered only by upper-respiratory… Continue reading Yoga for a Healthy Back