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Mouth-Watering Kale Salad Recipe

By Jessica Namit As a yoga teacher, it’s very important to me to provide options for students. Doing so gives students the freedom to be themselves and make the practice their own. It can be very freeing when the teacher provides options, whether suggesting baby cobra or upward dog when moving through sun salutations, hands at heart center or reaching

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What does COMMUNITY mean to you?

By Bridget Fujioka As Stephanie and I tackled the everyday aspects of getting our new location in the Jersey City Heights up and running (we actually have a spreadsheet called the MAC DADDY TO DO LIST.xls) we always come back to the core of what we are building at Yoga in the Heights: a community.  This concept of community, a

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Chocolate-Banana Vegan Pudding Pops

It’s almost Labor Day, folks, and temperatures in Jersey City will soon be dropping! Are you ready to pull out your fall sweaters and skinny jeans? Here’s a guilt-free end of the summer frozen indulgence. This recipe is by one of our Yoga in the Heights community members and teacher, Jessica Howse! Chocolate-Banana Vegan Pudding Pops There’s nothing like a cool

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What’s up with the Granola giveaway?

This past week, during yoga classes at Yoga in the Heights, we handed out little packs of homemade granola to the first 10 students who arrived to the pop-up yoga space at 346 Central Avenue. Every week we are at the pop-up location, Yoga in the Heights will be giving away a new ‘gift’ to our yoga students as an offering

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Why Yoga in Jersey City Heights?

by Stephanie Kumar Back in 2012, a friend of mine, also named Stephanie, and I took part in a Saturday ritual of driving to yoga class in Hoboken, NJ. As simple as this may sound, there was tremendous planning and effort for us to actually get to our yoga class.  At the time, we were both single parents so we

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Welcome to our Blog!

Hi! My name is Stephanie Kumar, co-owner of Yoga in the Heights Yoga & Wellness Center (aka YITH) in Jersey City, NJ. I’m no yoga teacher, but yoga is my religion. I have a lot to learn and a life to practice it. I have plenty of vices. I still eat meat. I indulge in Tostitos Hint of Lime chips weekly.

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