"Tri-Yoga" Yoga benefit for "Shooting Touch" class for all Athletes

Date: February 24th, 2023.

Friday, February 24, 6 pm
Pre Register, here choose your donation amount
All donations go to Shooting Touch, less CC service fees.
A workshop designed specifically for these athletes to experience the benefits of Yoga through discussion, practice and Q & A.
A dear friend of Heartsong is going to run his first Boston Marathon on behalf of Shooting Touch, and has set out to raise $5,000, which his employer is going to match. We would be honored with your support, suggested donation, $20.   Shooting Touch, an international sport-for-development organization whose mission is to use the mobilizing power of basketball to bridge health and opportunity gaps for youth and women facing racial, gender, and economic inequalities.
If you cannot attend the event but want to support Kyle, you can donate directly, here.
Why yoga is recommended for cross-training and recovery.
Intro to scientific principles that will benefit the athlete with tools for injury prevention.
What the world champions are saying about yoga, injury prevention, and longevity in the sport.
Slow Flow asana class designed for the triathlete
This class is In-Studio only.  
Please bring your own yoga mat.  (we only have a few to share and prefer to have students bring their own.  Mats are available everywhere, even CVS carries them now! If you want to have props at home to continue cross training, when you purchase a mat pick up 2 soft foam yoga blocks as well.)
Taught by Patty DeLuca, a nurse and a member of the Medical Team at Ironman Triathlon World Championships, very involved with a large triathlete club in Western MA.  Patty is a cancer warrior and survivor, who found Yoga in 2012 and experienced benefits of the practice throughout her treathment and recovery, and has since been certified to teach yoga through several teacher training programs including The Connecticut School of Yoga, the Hard and Soft Institute at Heartsong Yoga, and Restorative teacher training at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. Patty's goal is to help every-body become stronger and healthier through yoga.