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Anyone who’s ever cringed at the sound of nails on a chalkboard knows that sound can induce physical sensations – thankfully, they don’t have to be negative feelings. Practitioners of sound healing believe soundwaves can restore balance to one’s body and mind, and they’ve got the gongs to demonstrate. Seekers of such aural bliss could take some notes from the free virtual gong baths conducted by local wellness business Nicole Anne Yoga.  All they need...

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As he gazed out the window of Downtown Phoenix’s historical Sarah H. Pemberton house last year, True North Studio founder/developer Jonathan Vento reimagined his plans for the property amid the pandemic. His vision: a festival that never ends, filled with local restaurants, entertainment and art. This January, Vento and crew cut the proverbial ribbon on Pemberton PHX, situated on about 2 acres just north of the Roosevelt Row arts district. The “ever-evolving collective” will have...

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Whether you live downtown or miles outside the city, Phoenix is always moving and grooving. Being in a sprawling metropolis can sometimes feel overwhelming with few places to actually sit and hear your own thoughts. Luckily, you don’t have to have to hike to the top of a mountain to find some quiet. Visit these five places to temporarily forget you live in bustling Phoenix. First Draft Book Bar Nestled in Changing Hands Bookstore, you...

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Since Governor Doug Ducey ordered all gyms to close (again) through the end of July, home workouts are back in the quarantine circuit. Here are half a dozen regimens from local fitness gurus that can help make you stronger, faster and maybe even saner. BODI Nike Master Trainer Nikki Metzger was named Women’s Health magazine’s “Next Fitness Star” in 2015. After running a successful group fitness gym in Chicago, she followed her exercise entrepreneur dream...

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Sienna Stark is the founder of Phoenix-based YogieFlow, an online yoga and meditation subscription service for kids – by kids. Stark is just 12 years old and is already on track to becoming a certified yoga instructor. The web-based program, which launched May 1, aims to help kids of all ages elevate their emotional wellbeing and strengthen their athletic ability. “The concept came to me because I’m in my yoga teacher training and I’m a...

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