YARDLEY, Pa., Sept. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Prancing Peacock Yoga Studio today announced it has been selected
Liz Conner, Owner of The Prancing Peacock comments, "We are so unbelievably thrilled and honored to receive this award again. The sheer fact that so many in our community voted for us is humbling and is further validation that what we are offering here is truly special." Conner continues, "It's incredibly important for us to stay connected to our community. That's why we're constantly seeking ways to expand and grow our offerings so that anyone – whether they're a seasoned yogi or brand new to the practice – feels a complete sense of comfort and belonging when they walk through our doors. This was my number one goal when I founded the studio more than 15 years ago and remains to this day."
Award-winning, woman-owned, and entirely family-operated, The Prancing Peacock's flagship studio in Yardley sits on a bucolic farm away from the bustle of everyday life. The second (opened just four years ago) is a sprawling estate-turned-yoga-retreat center conveniently located between the Bucks County suburbs and Philadelphia's bustling city center. Dedicated to giving back to the community it serves, The Prancing Peacock maintains numerous community partnerships and donation-based classes to address specific needs in the Delaware Valley.
About The Prancing Peacock (http://www.prancingpeacock.com) Nestled in the heart of picturesque Bucks County sits The Prancing Peacock – a family-owned-and-operated yoga studio dedicated to the pursuit of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Born out of a profound respect and devotion to the practice of Yoga (and a little bit of creative madness), the Prancing Peacock began with a handful of dedicated students and quickly bloomed into a community unlike any other. Over the last 15 years, The Prancing Peacock has grown to include two inspiring locations, an advanced yoga school, integrative partnerships, and an onsite energy spa. The studio has provided yoga to over 10,000 students and trained over 350 insightful and compassionate teachers, many of whom have gone on to open premier studios across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information, visit http://www.prancingpeacock.com.
SOURCE The Prancing Peacock
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