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take a nice deep in-breath …. just a gentle spinal twist, here, awakening down the spinal column: MODO Hot Yoga (MODOHotYoga) at CityLink Center in #Cincinnati today.Posted in Modo Hot Yoga with tags Columbia Square, Crescent Springs KY, Ellen Bradley, http://cincinnati.modoyoga.com, Michael Bradley, MODO Hot Yoga Cincinnati Clifton and Northern Kentucky, U-Square Clifton on 03/12/2015 by @CincinnatiPR
MODO Hot Yoga took its weekly roadtrip to CityLink Center in Cincinnati’s West End today.
Together at CityLink, Greater Cincinnatians are:
Reducing poverty. And,
CityLink Center ( http://www.citylinkcenter.org ) is a Cincinnati city-wide initiative started by a group of social service agencies who recognized the need for integrated services. The founding partners reached out to the faith-based community for support in realizing their vision.
CityLink leverages the strengths of various social service agencies in Cincinnati, and continues to build support from a broad base of faith-based, corporate, foundation and individual supporters.
CityLink opened its doors in October of 2012 and officially launched in January of 2013. CityLink serves adults and their families from throughout Greater Cincinnati. The collaboration brings together the city’s top social services, volunteers from throughout the community, and community and church partners, all focused on working together to impact lives.
Partner Agencies: CityLink partners with over 15 different area agencies to bring best-in-class services to CityLink clients under one roof. Core Service Partners include Cincinnati Public Schools Adult Education, Cincinnati Works, Per Scholas and SmartMoney Community Services, all of whom are resident partners at the center.
ChangingGears and Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio are also resident partners providing Supporting Services along with visiting partners that include BeechAcres, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, The Eve Center, The Adam Center, FreeStore Foodbank (Ohio Benefits Bank), 4C for Children, PREP, and St, Vincent DePaul.
Churches partner to connect clients, volunteers, and support to CityLink Center. Churches comprising our Spiritual Advisory Council are: Bright Star Baptist Church, Christ Emmanuel Christian Fellowship, College Hill Presbyterian, Compass Community Church, Consolation Baptist Church, Corinthian Baptist Church, Crossroads, Horizon Community Church, Landmark Baptist, Mariemont Community Church, Montgomery Community Church, New Life Temple Church, Northminster Presbyterian, Peoples Church, Revelation Baptist Church, River of Life, Tryed Stone New Beginning and Zion Bethel Missionary West.
How does 332-pound Andrew Whitworth of the Cincinnati Bengals spend his NFL bye week? At Modo Hot Yoga, of course ….. !!! http://www.cincinnati.com/story/blogs/2014/09/26/walkthrough-cincinnati-bengals-bye-week/16250231/ ~~ thx to Cincinnati Enquirer (@Enquirer) and reporter Paul Dehner Jr. (@PaulDehnerJr)Posted in Modo Hot Yoga with tags Andrew Whitworth, Columbia Square USquare Crescent Springs, Glenn Hartong, http://www.cincinnati.com/story/blogs/2014/09/26/walkthrough-cincinnati-bengals-bye-week/16250231/, Michael and Ellen Bradley, Modo Hot Yoga, Paul Dehner Jr. on 09/26/2014 by @CincinnatiPR
From Modo Hot Yoga Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky – For Immediate Release:
They Might Be Bengals:
All God’s Creatures, Great and Small, welcome at Modo Hot Yoga in Cincinnati and NKy
Namaste with Andrew Whitworth, Co-Captain of the Cincinnati Bengals, and Modo.
‘It’s the heat, the exercise, keeping healthy and clearing your mind. All at once.’
The Professionals: Owners Ellen and Michael Bradley and their Tao of Team.
[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ Sept. 30, 2014] Ellen and Michael Bradley at Modo Hot Yoga in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have long embraced all from their Queen City community at the three Modo studios across town. They just have to stretch their arms a little further around 6-7, 332-pound Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth.
Now with two Cincinnati studios, and the original in Fort Mitchell, Northern Kentucky, Modo Hot Yoga (www.cincinnati.modoyoga.com) welcomes young and old, singles and minglers, the professionals, moms, dads and the occasional NFL O-linemen – and their kids.
Spotted at an early-morning session at the Columbia Square Modo Hot Yoga, the co-captain of the undefeated 3-0 Cincinnati Bengals reflected on Namaste, and his mornings in the 100-degree-plus heat with the Bradleys and Modo Hot Yoga.
“‘It’s the heat, the exercise, keeping healthy and clearing your mind. All at once,” said Whitworth, who visits Modo Hot Yoga at least once weekly.
Whitworth has lassoed several other Bengals into his routine as well, over the years, such as fellow offensive lineman Kevin Zeitler (Go Badgers) and cornerback/kick returner Adam “PacMan” Jones.
The Bradleys opened their original Modo Hot Yoga – and the first in the United States – off Buttermilk Pike in Crescent Springs, Northern Kentucky, in 2008 (www.modoyoganky.com). The first Cincinnati studio opened at Columbia Square in 2010, the second at USquare in Clifton last year.
Michael is a co-owner and instructor at Modo Hot Yoga, and a former NBA basketball player and 1st-round draft pick (Toronto Raptors, 2001). Ellen grew up in Fort Mitchell and graduated from Notre Dame Academy. The Bradleys met at Villanova University, where both graduated. Ellen played tennis and Michael played basketball at Villanova. Michael transferred to Villanova after playing two seasons under Coach Tubby Smith at the University of Kentucky, where he was on the 1998 National Championship team.
For more information about Modo Hot Yoga Cincinnati and/or Modo Hot Yoga Northern Kentucky, please visit www.cincinnati.modoyoga.com or www.modoyoganky.com, call (513) 321-YOGI (9644) or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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