Vinyasa Flow Benefit Class

Date: April 18th, 2015.

Time: 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

Supporting Mark Kent, who will be riding for 2 days, 180 miles from Sturbridge to Bourne to Wellesley, in August. Communing with the Sun Vinyasa Flow Class Move, breathe, and access the radiance that dwells within. Taught by Stacey Duquette. Saturday afternoon, April 18, 12:30 to 2 pm, 2014 Suggested donation: $20.00 Checks can be made out to PMC, or you can donate on line, below. Any and all donations welcome. You are also welcome to come in to the studio and sign a prayer flag in honor of someone you know who has been touched by cancer, and make a donation of any amount, every bit supports this great cause. This fundraiser is in honor of our yoga buddy Mark Kent, a 13 year cancer survivor of a nasty bout with melanoma metastasized to the lymphatic system, who will be riding for you and your loved ones to support cancer research in this year's Pan-Mass Challenge. The event is a chance for us to introduce Stacey Duquette, a skillful and experienced yoga teacher, who will lead us in a joyful yoga experience to welcome the light and abundance of Summer's Blessings, and embody the essence of the sun! Stacey will lead us through a "full-spectrum Vinyasa Flow" style class that will focus on the heart chakra and celebrating the miracle of life. Known as "Prana Flow" this special class will utilize music & fluid movement; be prepared to groove your practice and experience a unique meditation in motion. This is flow style class, appropriate for those with some previous yoga experience but...all are welcome! Founded in 1980, the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) is an annual bike-a-thon that today raises more money for charity than any other single event in the country. The PMC donates 100% of every rider raised dollar to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through it's Jimmy Fund. For more information and other ways to donate or support visit this site. Read more about Mark in his letter "Why I Ride". A message from Mark: Along much of the ride for both days, there are spectators, well wishers and survivors cheering on the riders. As a rider, the energy and love washes over you and feeds your heart and legs in a way that brings goosebumps and sometimes tears. This year, once again, my ride will incorporate the tradition of Tibetan prayer flags, inscribed with names and messages to and from those touched by cancer. The ancient symbols displayed on these flags, known as "wind horse" flags, produce a spiritual vibration that is activated and carried by the wind across the countryside to quietly harmonize the environment, impartially increasing happiness and good fortune among all living beings.