Memorial Day, 3 classes Benefit Classes the Ukraine

Date: May 30th, 2022.

Memorial Day 2022 “Modified Schedule”
Classes will be held to benefit the Ukraine, by donation

As communities rise up and join together in the name of peace, we invite you to enjoy these classes at the studio or livestream to your home.  We are proud to offer these classes on Monday, May 30, Memorial Day. 
Our teachers are donating their time and would love to see you.

  • 9 am, Ashtanga Yoga with Amy, Hybrid, In-Studio or Zoom
  • 10:30 am,  All Levels with Jeff,  Hybrid, In-Studio or Zoom
  • 5:45 pm, All Levels with Steve, Hybrid, In-Studio or Zoom

Classes are marked as FREE on the Punchpass Calendar, register here.
To attend these classes, pre-register on Punchpass, then make a donation to one of the two excellent organizations we chose, whatever you can. 

Donate here:  World Central Kitchen
On February 24, Russia launched a large-scale attack on neighboring Ukraine, invading the country on several fronts. As a result, millions of families have fled their homes in search of safety. Working with restaurant partners across Ukraine and in six countries welcoming refugees, WCK is providing hundreds of thousands of nourishing meals for people in need every single day. We’re serving meals at shelters, hospitals, transit hubs, and more. Additionally, WCK teams are working to get bulk food product into communities under constant attack.

and/or Donate here:
and/or UNICEF, helping children in Ukraine
UNICEF's humanitarian work in Ukraine focuses on meeting the most critical urgent needs for safety, health care, safe water and nutrition, protection while also safeguarding children's rights and long term well-being.  Schools and hospitals and critical infrastructure have all been and continue to be frequently targeted by attacks, disrupting and limiting access to esential services. For many years, and well before conflict started in the eastern region, UNICEF had been providing critical support to help close gaps in Ukraine's health system, particularly in the areas of childhood immunizations and HIV prevention. That support has been significantly expanded as UNICEF rushes essential medicines, midwifery kits, surgical kits and other lifesaving supplies to health facilities where women have been giving birth in makeshift basement bunkers since the war started.