After the fabulous success of our first book club experience (we read and ate our way through The Sweet Life in Paris: Delicious Adventures in the World’s Most Glorious – and Perplexing – City, by David Lebovitz), we were thrilled to kick off our second club in January. For seven weeks we traveled through ToContinue reading “Book Club – To Shake the Sleeping Self”
How are your resolutions coming along? If you are like probably 90% of humans, you may have already lost a bit of steam on your January goals. That is very normal and very ok. I can’t speak for the entire world, but in American society, we tend to put a lot of pressure on aContinue reading “Yoga — Try Something New!”
The heart and soul of Philo Collective is “to create space.” In fact, our full mission statement says that our purpose is “to create space for doers, movers, creators and connectors” — a list that includes everyone! Practically speaking what that boils down to is a goal of engaging and stimulating our community to fosterContinue reading “Creating space for community”
Inhale. Pause. Exhale. Five years ago, I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training. How I got into that training is a bit of a long story you can read on my personal blog, but one of the main reasons I kept with teaching (and my personal practice) is the emphasis on breathwork. For many reasons,Continue reading “Yoga — If you’re breathing, you’re doing it!”
“Beautiful things don’t ask for attention.” I would never claim to be a movie buff, mostly because I hardly ever see movies in theatres (or even the year they come out). In fact, I’m not really an early adapter or lover of anything. So, it’s no surprise that I was late to the Secret LifeContinue reading “Lo’s Favorite Things”
One of the main goals of Philo Collective has always been to create space for people to explore things that bring them joy and inspiration, and to help fuel their creative juices. Emily and I love planning and hosting events, so adding workshops to our Philo Collective offerings was an easy decision. After the successContinue reading “Favorite Things Event – Coffee & Canvas”
The story of Philo Collective and how an isolating pandemic gave birth to a dream of building community.