|Longtime Rec&Ed yoga instructor Victoria Cendrowski |
offers Karma Yoga once/month.
Madeline quickly got into the flow, so to speak, and easily posed, balanced, and stretched her way to a energized state. I was often a half beat behind, but enjoyed the community feel of the class (everyone was friendly and looked vaguely familiar, as is often the case for those of us who've lived here a long time).
I left feeling amazing. It was a fun, relaxed, and somewhat challenging yoga experience, plus I had contributed to a great cause -- in this case, the Rec&Ed Scholarship Program.
"Chelsea and I have been doing Karma Yoga for close to four years and have raised more than $10,000," Victoria told me recently. "Chelsea came up with the idea. We both wanted to do volunteer work together and it is just heart warming for everyone involved." 100% of the donations have gone to local charities such as Food Gatherers, Safe House Center, Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley as well as global charities like Doctors without Borders.
Join this month's Karma Yoga on Sunday, November 24, 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. at the Eberbach Cultural Arts Building's Dance Studio. The charity this month is Acumen, a non-profit that "raises charitable donations to invest in companies, leaders and ideas that are changing the way the world tackles poverty." To RSVP for this Sunday's Karma Yoga or be added to the email list, contact Victoria.