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Jean Tarbett Hardiman: Yoga studio celebrates success

Jan. 23, 2013 @ 11:38 PM

Studio 8, the yoga studio located at 803 8th Ave., will celebrate its first anniversary Friday through Sunday, Jan. 25-27, by offering a “Wellness Weekend” for the community. Guests of all ages are invited for an array of entertainment and classes throughout the weekend, some of which are free of charge.

Complimentary offerings include kids’ yoga, a community drumming circle, thai yoga massage, yoga dance, mindful chocolate tasting, yoga for runners and athletes, beginners’ tai chi and much more.

“Last January, when I opened the studio, my vision for Studio 8 was to bring the benefits of yoga to our community,” owner and instructor Joan St. Clair said in a press release. “I am overwhelmed and deeply grateful for the support our community has shown to me and all of our instructors and practitioners. This is just a way to give thanks for all that support as we continue on our path of cultivating wellness in the Tri-State.”

Visit www.Studio8WV.com or the Studio 8 Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Studio8WV for more information about the studio and a full weekend schedule of events.

CHEF JASON’S DU SOIR BISTRO: A new line of handmade, European-style chocolates are now available at Chef Jason’s du Soir Bistro at 905 3rd Ave. They’re made by di Amano Chocolate, an Atlanta-based company owned by Craig and Sheree D’Egidio, son and daughter in-law of Fran and Jane D’Egidio of Huntington.

Craig and Sheree opened their chocolate business 10 years ago as a franchise but have recently gone independent, rebranding their company and expanding their product line. The chocolates are on the dessert menu at Chef Jason’s.
To learn more about their chocolates, visit www.diAmanoChocolate.com or www.chefjasonsbistro.com/menu/diamano-chocolate.html.

Please send business news items to Jean Tarbett Hardiman at jeant@herald-dispatch.com.

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