For most of my seven-year career instructing yoga, I have offered classes outdoors during the summer. I find that yoga and the great Cleveland area outdoors are a perfect pair. Or, as one of my students says, yoga and the outdoors go together like peas and carrots.
The number of students attending my outdoor classes has grown steadily over the years. And it makes sense why: The scenery is great, the crowd is mixed level and welcoming, and the price is right (by donation).
This year, even though I opened a studio in December, my business, Pink Lotus Yoga, will be offering 48 outdoor classes this summer. The first two, offered next weekend, will constitute a fundraiser.
Join us Saturday, May 12th from 9:00-10:00 a.m. and on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 13th from 11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m.at Rocky River Park to raise funds for the Edna House for Women. Rocky River is located at Parkrow and Beachcliff (north of Lake Avenue). Parking is limited, so consider arriving early or sharing a ride.
Conceived by and for women alcoholics, The Edna House offers long-term, structured sober living and education to women seeking recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. The Edna House receives no government funding, operating completely on donations from individuals and businesses.
We hope you can make the fundraiser and will spread the word about it. More information can be found at our studio's website: http://www.pinklotusyoga.com