Join Tracee for a vinyasa flow class where 100% of your donation is sent to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to raise funds for the Lakota People's Law Project to help fight the building of the pipeline, and protect their water and land. Clean drinking water is invaluable to human life and we are doing what we can to help protect it.
The Dakota Access Pipeline is proposed to transport 450,000 barrels per day of Bakken crude oil (which is fracked and highly volatile) from the lands of North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. The threats this pipeline poses to the environment, human health and human rights are strikingly similar to those posed by the Keystone XL.
Our all flow classes offer a well rounded flow, focusing on linking breath and movement. Stoke your own inner fire to build heat with sun salutations, work your strength and flexibility with standing postures that build up to a peak pose. Postures modified for beginners while experienced practitioners are encouraged to play to their edge. Class is unheated.
WHEN: SAT, FEB 11th, 6:00 - 7:15PM
FEE: Fee: $10 suggested donations can be made in form of cash or check
RYT200, Tracee has been teaching vinyasa and restorative classes since 2009. Tracee most recently completed Massage School with The Massage School of Boston. She describes her teaching style as empowering, playful and reflective. Tracee's wish is that we lighten up, and with practice soften our approach to ourselves on and off our mats.
Hadley, event organizer, was born and raised on the shoreline of CT, and been a feminist, yogi and advocate for the environment as long as she can remember. With climate struggles becoming more pressing and the need to advocate falling more on citizens, she has decided to combine her passions and partner with her long time friend Tracee to use yoga as a means of bringing awareness and raising much needed funds to causes that are important to both of them.