Date(s) - Sunday, November 16
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Blue Bamboo Yoga
Yoga Classes, Bake Sale, and Raffle
in support of the local MS society and MS research
The yoga teachers, staff, and the students at Blue Bamboo Yoga in Stittsville are baking up a storm and donating their time to teach yoga classes to raise funds in support of the Yoga MS Project. The charity event is being held at the Blue Bamboo Studio on November 16 from 1 to 4:00 pm to benefit the local MS Society and to raise funds for MS research.
Blue Bamboo is welcoming the public and students to come and participate in a raffle, a bake sale, and a series of interesting all level yoga classes including a free class for those living with MS. You can also purchase a locally produced yoga calendar, or buy a raffle ticket to help those living with MS.
Bake Sale and Raffle Tickets
Bake sale will be held from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm November 16 or until supplies last! Raffle tickets will be sold at Blue Bamboo Yoga a week before the event. During open hours, the public is welcome to come in and see what can be won. Draws will be made at 4:00 p.m. November 16th. You do not need to be present to win.
You can purchase a 2015 calendar during open hours at Blue Bamboo Yoga. The price of the calendar is $15.
Yoga Classes (Donation Based)
1:00-2:15 Move to Stay Healthy (all levels Slow Flow) with Diane Lanthier
1:30-2:45 Boost your Immune System (Gentle) with Cara-Lynne Auld
3:00 -4:00 Power of Intention (all levels Mudra based class) with Glenda Rodriguez
*Donations for classes are a minimum of $10, with a donation of $15 you will also receive a Yoga MS Project calendar.
FREE Therapeutic Yoga class for those living with MS
2:30-3:45 Yoga Class for individuals living with MS – All levels, mobility and abilities welcome – teacher Kimberly Mantas. As a therapeutic yoga teacher, Kimberly works with individuals to move better, get out of pain, and reduce the stress of injury, surgery, and illness.
To register for the MS Therapeutic Class please call Blue Bamboo Yoga at 613-435-9447. Spaces are limited.
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org
6081 Hazeldean Road, Stittsville ON K2S 1B9
An estimated 100,000 Canadians are living with multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is unpredictable and can affect vision, hearing, memory, balance and mobility. Its effects can be physical, emotional and financial. Currently there is no cure but researchers are learning more about what causes MS and zeroing in on ways to prevent it.