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Mother & Daughter Partner Aerial Yoga

Good Karma Studio
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Mother & Daughter Partner Aerial Yoga
Sunday, May 13th at 12:15 p.m.
(ages 13 - adult)

Come and celebrate your relationship with one another during a very special Mother's Day class. Enjoy the fun and excitement of aerial yoga, while sharing a swing & working as a team. Laugh, relax, support one another and have an overall good time with the one who will always be on your side. Let's fly!

"I love my mother as the trees love water and sunshine - she helps me grow, prosper, and reach great heights."
― Terri Guillemets

$30 for both. Sign up here: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=24145&stype=-101&sView=day&sLoc=0&date=05/13/18

The proceeds from this class will go to benefit Meg's upcoming fall production of "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf" and Women of Color in the Arts Expo. The play is written as a choreopoem and weaves dance, music and dramatic monologues to tell the story of 7 different women of color. The stories are relatable to both men & women of all colors, but specifically to women who are marginalized in society by their color and cultural background. The stories are told in a way that is beautiful & empowering; they are socially relevant and speak of issues that often take the back seat. This is a performance that gets to the heart of human emotions, cracks them wide open and allows the audience to connect to the reality of how things fall apart or how they heal. The Women of Color in the Arts Expo will follow the performance on both evenings and visual artists, musicians, moving artists, artisan crafters will have the opportunity to exhibit their work in a supportive and inspired setting. It will be an enjoyable event for all who attend and a memorable weekend to inspire inclusive artistic exposure.