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Yoga Workshop: Coming Home to Your Body- A Fundraiser for RCC

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Name: Yoga Workshop: Coming Home to Your Body- A Fundraiser for RCC
Date: April 29, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
In today’s hectic world, many of us are “living from the neck up” meaning that we experience life only through our thinking mind. In this 90-minute class, we will explore how practicing mindfulness centered on the body can help us to move out of our thinking minds and into our feeling bodies. Class will include yoga, meditation, breath work and a lavender savasana assist!

This is an all-levels class. Show up as you are! Stay for cookies and tea after class and hear about the great work RCC is doing to empower survivors of sexual violence in our community.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. All proceeds will go to Dane County Rape Crisis Center.

SUGGESTED DONATION: $15 tax-deductible cash or check donation payable directly to RCC.
Location:
3527 University Ave, Madison, WI 53705 
Date/Time Information:
April 29th, 2017: 1-3pm
Contact Information:
Bliss Flow Yoga, 608-233-2577
Fees/Admission:
SUGGESTED DONATION: $15 tax-deductible cash or check donation payable directly to RCC.
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