Mat Pilates

Energize your mind and body with Pilates. In this moderately paced class, we'll build strength, endurance and flexibility through exercises that focus on challenging your core while balancing all muscle groups.
This class is suitable for students of all levels.

Contact Information
  1. Shirley Fee
  2. 908-665-YOGA
  3. info@unwindyoganj.com
Mon, January 20
6:30 am — 1:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/20/2020 6:30am 01/20/2020 1:30pm America/New_York Mat Pilates

Energize your mind and body with Pilates. In this moderately paced class, we'll build strength, endurance and flexibility through exercises that focus on challenging your core while balancing all muscle groups.
This class is suitable for students of all levels.

1280 Springfield Ave, 2nd Floor New Providence, NJ 07974

UNWIND Yoga & Wellness Center

1280 Springfield Ave, 2nd Floor
New Providence, NJ 07974

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Jeanne Kingsley & Jeff Varnerin: The Right Choice for Berkeley Heights

September 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has made us all look at the world differently. We approach our health, our finances and our children’s education from an entirely new perspective.

Looking at who to support for local leadership on the Town Council should be no different. We need to see this election through the lens of a post COVID world, and ask ourselves which candidates will best help us take on ...

Poage and Sayre: the Right Fiscal Priorities for Berkeley Heights

We’re Susan Poage and Bret Sayre, and we’re asking for your support to serve you on the Berkeley Heights Township Council (or to keep serving you, in Susan’s case).

As we get closer and closer to Election Day, we want you to know where we stand on the issues that matter to you. This week we want to share our Fiscal Responsibility platform – how we can make the most of ...

Robert Cianciulli For Berkeley Heights School Board: The Best Advice I’ve Ever Gotten As A School Board Member

My name is Robert Cianciulli and I am running for re-election for the Berkeley Heights Board of Education this Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd. Previously, I served on the School Board from 2017-2019. My School Board voting record shows my deep commitment to students and taxpayers, as well as being an independent voice on the Board, even in challenging situations.

In 2018, our students ...

Union County Launches Virtual Wildlife Wednesdays Program

The Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to announce that the popular “Wildlife Wednesdays” program is returning next Wednesday, September 23 with “NJ Natives” a program focusing on wildlife original to the garden state, such as the spotted turtle and garter snake.  New programs will continue to run each Wednesday through the end of October, with a new starting time ...

Union County: Helping You Recycle Right

Recycling has been mandatory in New Jersey since 1987 but questions continually arise about recycling.  The Union County Bureau of Recycling wants residents to Recycle Right so here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Q:  What is ACCEPTABLE in my curbside bin?

A: Recycle all empty plastic bottles coded #1 & # 2, aluminum & steel (tin) cans, glass ...

Chiropractors: Essential for Athletic Performance

September 29, 2020

Chiropractic care has been an essential part of athletes lives for many years. Athletes of all types, from the weekend warrior to the world-class athlete, utilize Chiropractors to experience the safest, drug-free, non-invasive approach to better health and performance.

Chiropractic adjustments help ensure that the body functions as efficiently as possible, which can maximize healing and ...

Campaign Tactics

September 30, 2020

On Sunday, September 25th I attended the Little flower Church Sunday mass service being held at Lower Columbia. I am sure you saw all the advertisements about it taking place down there. It disgusted me to see that once again the Berkeley Heights Democrats choose politics over everything.

The Poage and Sayre campaign led by George Devanney had their LED electronic billboard drive through the ...

Why I am voting for Susan Poage and Bret Sayre

My husband and I moved to Berkeley Heights ten years ago and have known both candidates for years.  Times are changing and with that our town’s demographics continue to change too. I believe residents want to see what we are capable of and that means supporting Susan and Bret so we can continue moving forward. They will help ensure a brighter future for ...

Having the Courage of Our Convictions

Some candidates for Berkeley Heights Township Council have touted their business acumen as a key qualification for running our municipal government. It has been a centerpiece of their campaign, which is appropriate given their accomplishments, and I don’t doubt their claims or sincerity. I do agree that such experience can be useful and, in my 25 years living here, I have supported ...

Mayor’s Corner: September 2020 Edition

Fall is upon us and our children have gone back to in-person learning, at least partially. The year 2020 has proved to be quite a challenge and continues to test us daily!

You have probably seen the pictures and read the story in TAPinto. Last Monday, Sept. 21, construction crews were preparing to pave the parking lot in front of the entrance of the new municipal complex and noticed something ...

Fall 2020: Not Just Your Average Fall Season Amidst a Global Health Pandemic,  But Good Things Are Happening in BH!

How did the summer fly by so fast? Although Fall is by far my favorite season, this Fall is obviously a bit different for all of us – with school, sports, government and life. Despite the challenges 2020 has brought us, there are also some great things happening here in Berkeley Heights to keep progress moving, despite COVID19.

Outdoor Dining Ordinance to be Extended

We are working ...

NJ Human Services Announces $42.4 Million More in Additional Food Assistance

October 1, 2020

Many NJ SNAP Recipients Will Receive Enhanced Benefits;

October Payments Will Bring Supplemental Food Assistance Payments to $301.7M Since March

TRENTON, NJ –  Many New Jerseyans who receive food assistance through the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) will receive additional benefits in October to help address critical food needs related to ...

NJ Human Services’ Division of Disability Services Announces New Providers to Support Individuals with Physical Disabilities

Agencies in Burlington, Cape May and Monmouth counties will now assist eligible individuals in enrolling in the Personal Care Assistance Program

TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Human Services’ Division of Disability Services is partnering with two new agencies to assist individuals with physical disabilities in accessing the supports they may need to work, go to school, ...

Learn How to Cook, Craft, Code, and more with Union County’s 4-H Clubs

Union County students in grades K-12 are invited to join a 4-H Club this fall and explore popular fields ranging from cooking, art to anime, coding and more. Youth in their first year after graduating from high school can also join.

All clubs will be meeting virtually and are without charge until in person meetings resume.

“4-H Clubs provide students in Union County with unique ...

Union County Announces COVID-19 Emergency Drive-Up and Walk-Up Food Distribution, Oct. 3

Produce will be distributed on a first come-first served basis. Food will be distributed to both residents who drive up as well as walk-ups.

The Union County Freeholder Board announced the County will hold an emergency drive-up and walk-up food distribution for Union County residents to aid those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday, October 3, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at Cedar ...