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Robi Mckenna is bringing Story Time to Moksha Yoga Waterloo!
They’re not just yoga poses…They’re EPIC stories woven into a rich tapestry represented and honoured in our Bodies!
Join Robi on on Tuesday December 8th at Moksha Yoga Waterloo as you delve deep into the legends behind the poses during this informative and interactive engaging workshop! Bring your mat towel and water; prepare to learn, laugh and sweat!
This workshop will literally change your Moksha practice forever as you gain a depth of understanding in the stories behind the most common yoga poses. The shapes we take in these poses aren’t merely there for anatomical purposes, they also tell stories inside of our bodies where these epic battlegrounds and love stories are played out. Learn them here in this workshop and feel them played out in your body. It’s an interactive workshop with storytelling elements and active asana elements.
$25 in Advance / $30 at the door
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We also love giving back through charitable work
Since 2004, Moksha and Modo Yoga studios across Canada and the U.S. have run a campaign called Speak Your Peace, raising thousands of dollars each fall for a variety of causes and charities. Pull Together are thrilled to welcome and support Moksha and Modo Yoga studios who have chosen our campaign as their fundraising focus!
Through the months of August and September, 65 Moksha and Modo hot yoga studios across North America have set a goal to raise $65,000 for First Nations legal challenges to the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline and tankers project.
RAVEN and Sierra Club BC are standing up to ensure that all parties have an active voice in how development takes place in First Nations traditional territory, and that First Nations groups have proper legal representation to meet Enbridge and the federal government on equal footing. We are so grateful that people from coast to coast to coast will be standing with us.
All participating Moksha and Modo Yoga studios will be supporting the Pull Together campaign by donating 100% of their weekly Karma Class funds from August and September. Studios will also be offering a very special candlelit Karma class on September 21st (International Day of Peace) and hosting extra events and fundraisers throughout the duration of the campaign.
Patagonia has offered generous matching funds that will match what yoga studios can raise. It’s so inspiring to see the power of yoga and community coming together as a force for good in the world.
In support of: Pull Together