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NHCADSV Benefit and Awareness Day
NHCADSV Benefit and Awareness Day

Wed, Jul 10

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Lavender Fields at Pumpkin Blossom Farm

NHCADSV Benefit and Awareness Day

Join us in the field (weather permitting) for a yoga-by-donation class to benefit the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. The class will begin at 6:30 p.m. Join us for U-Pick on July 10, make a donation to the Coalition, and you’ll be entered into a raffle to win a prize!

Time & Location

Jul 10, 2024, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Lavender Fields at Pumpkin Blossom Farm , 393 Pumpkin Hill Rd, Warner, NH 03278, USA

About the Event

LEARN MORE ABOUT NHCADSV:

The New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence creates safe, just, and equitable communities through advocacy, education, and empowerment of anyone affected by domestic and sexual violence, stalking, child abuse, and human trafficking. The Coalition is the umbrella organization for 12 independent community-based crisis centers, which provide direct services to victims and survivors across New Hampshire. To learn more visit, nhcadsv.org

LEARN MORE AND REGISTER FOR YOGA-BY-DONATION:

  • This class is by donation. To learn more and register, click the “PURCHASE TICKETS” button or link below.

https://secure.givelively.org/donate/new-hampshire-coalition-against-domestic-sexual-violence/pumpkin-blossom-farm-fundraiser-yoga-by-donation

ABOUT THE CLASS:

  • Emphasize moving the body with rhythm of breath. This deeply mindful practice will include a mix of low-impact seated and standing postures followed by guided relaxation and meditation to gently awaken body, mind, and spirit. This evening class will be held in our lavender fields during peak bloom and is ideal for students of all capabilities and experience levels.
  • Students are strongly encouraged to bring their own yoga mat, water, and any personal props such as blocks, straps, or bolsters, as supplies at the farm are limited.
  • The yoga-by-donation class will be co-taught by Jen Jackson (RYT-200) and Alyssa Dandrea (RYT-200), who each teach a weekly class at the farm during the summer.

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