Lahaska Wellness Center Welcomes Diana T. Moore, Ph.D. to the Center Beginning February 15th.

For Immediate Release                                Lahaska Wellness Center 5872 York Road Lahaska, PA 18931  Lahaska Wellness Center Welcomes Diana T. Moore, Ph.D. to the Center Beginning February 15th. LAHASKA, Pennsylvania – February 1, 2016 – Dr. Moore brings peace and wellness to Continue Reading →

Finding Peace in the Deluge of Snow

Does the thought of a snow storm make you feel stressed? When you hear the news reporter announce that we are expecting four, eight, twelve or more inches of snow, does your mind immediately start thinking of all the things you need to do to prepare or won’t be able to do in the aftermath? Perhaps Continue Reading →

New Preschool Yoga Class Starts 5/5

We are offering a yoga class for preschool kids beginning Tuesday, May 5th, at 10:30am.  It’s a 45 minute class that will include games, movement and stillness that will teach young children how breath awareness can help them master their bodies and minds.  Research has demonstrated how yoga benefits children and adolescents in stress management, self-regulation, and healthy development.  We structure Continue Reading →

New Classes Starting in Huntingdon Valley

Check out our new classes scheduled to start in January!  I will be offering two new classes on Tuesdays.  Join me at 9:30am for an all-levels class that will leave you inspired and invigorated!  Expect a work-out and a lovely meditation to end.  I am also offering a lovely gentle lunchtime yoga class at 12:30pm Continue Reading →


We are underway with preparations for our big move!  My husband, daughter and I are packing and preparing for our long-distance relocation from New Hampshire to Southeastern Pennsylvania.  I have greatly enjoyed my time in New Hampshire.  It’s a beautiful place, and a nature-lover’s dream.  We enjoyed many wonderful mountain hikes, lovely days skiing both Continue Reading →

Neuroscience of Learning or Brain-Based Learning

Neuroscience of learning or brain-based learning is an integral concept in for instructors in order to provide holistic and effective instruction.  The human brain is not governed totally by one side of the brain or the other, but both in a symbiotic fashion that is not necessarily equal either.  The left brain helps to learn Continue Reading →

New Position: Director of Online Learning

I have recently been offered a position as the Director of Online Learning for a small liberal arts college in New Hampshire.  I have decided to take advantage of the opportunity to help a school breath life into older online graduate programs and initiate a new undergraduate online program offering three bachelor’s degrees.  I will Continue Reading →