The Yoga meet up this weekend welcomes all experience levels and is slotted for 800 to 930 am. There is only a $5 minimum suggested donation, but you can give what you desire. This will be one of the first classes this month with 100 percent of the profits going to aid the Aaron Nichols family to purchase medical equipment he desperately needs.
Those of you that do not already know, many area businesses have already been hard at work raising money for Aaron in response to this past November’s Celebrate the Arts, in hopes to help with a piece of equipment called the RT300,
The RT300 is believed to make a dramatic difference in his recovery and pave the way to get him walking again after the car accident in 2007 left him completely dependent up on others. The equipment costs over $20,000, and they are about a third of a way there. Every little bit helps though and with the compassion of folks like this, his goal is looking more and more achievable.
If you can not make this Saturday’s Yoga Session and Meet Up, no worries, the Healthy Souls group will be raising money for Aaron ALL MONTH LONG, with many classes to choose from:
Mondays at 5:45 pm
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8 am
All classes are open to men and women and no experience is needed. Classes meet in the Youth/CR Building of Woodlawn United Methodist Church (across from Arnold Highschool) at 219 N. Alf Coleman Road.
The program makes available community yoga mats , along with blocks and straps. However, if you have your own, you are encouraged to bring it.
Certified Yoga Instructors Laurie Olshefski, Judy Christian and Sandy Beitz hope that you stretch your body and lift your spirit! Their program is definately Yoga on A Mission, with a 100 percent of class donations going to local community missions, whether it be a family in need or a donation to organizations like Beach Care Services.
For more information, contact Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit them on Facebook: Healthy Souls at Woodlawn.
You may go to www.meetup.com/pcyoga to register for Saturday’s class.