Namaste Sober: Yoga, Art, and the Road To Recovery On Sept. 11th
Peace to you.
Some people practice yoga to achieve inner peace. To get their mind and body in harmony. Achieve calm. Focus on their well being and more.
The quest to achieve a healthy mind and body together. Serenity.
Art also helps to achieve this calm. Whether you're painting or observing it, art can help with that inward focus. What do you see and how do you see it?
Peace. Serenity. Beauty. Looking inward.
Now let's take all these principles and apply them to those suffering with alcoholism and addiction.
Achieving that peace and serenity not through a substance or chemical, but through yoga and art.
And that bring us right back to...
As a part of this effort, on September 11, from 11 am to 3 pm, local author and yoga instructor Allison Spooner presents Namaste Sober. This yoga and art event is a fundraiser for the Trini Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to introducing the transformational practice of Ashtanga yoga to individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. (Namaste Sober: A benefit for those in recovery)
An amazing afternoon of relaxation, art, yoga, recovery, and fundraising featuring an art auction, entertainment, open mic for sharing recovery, a giveaway of Made In Lansing Goodies.
The event takes place this Saturday, September 11th from 11am to 3 pm at the Hope Sports Complex on Aurelius in Lansing.
100% donation based with a suggested donation of $20 if you can. For more info please check out their event page HERE.
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