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Yoga by Donation

Yoga by Donation

By Cash Donation

To benefit The Animal Rescue League of NH

Thursday April 25th, 4:15-5:30pm

Join Sarah McEntee for a Gentle Vinyasa Yoga class to benefit homeless animals in our area. All proceeds will go to The Animal Rescue League of NH which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps more than 2,200 cats, dogs, and small animals each year. The ARLNH was founded in 1902 and incorporated in 1904. Being more than a shelter, the ARLNH also employs one of only three shelter-based Animal Cruelty Investigators in the state. To help people who love their pets, but are currently struggling to care for them, the ARLNH offers community outreach programs, such as a Pet Food Pantry and Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics. The ARLNH receives no state or federal funding, and is almost entirely dependent upon donations.

Sarah McEntee   discovered the joys of yoga later in life, when she was seeking relief from the chronic aches associated with her years of working as a paramedic. After several years of expanding her own personal daily practice, she was ready to share her love of yoga with others. Sarah completed her 200- hour YTT program in Amherst, NH in May of 2018, and in January of 2019 completed the Josh Summers 50-hour Yin teacher training in Milton, MA. She is currently working on her Warriors at Ease level 1 and Yoga for First Responders teacher programs in order to incorporate the benefits of yoga into first responder wellness and tactical preparedness programs. Sarah enjoys teaching Yin yoga, hatha yoga, and gentle/slow flow yoga all with an emphasis on functional alignment, breath/body integration and mindfulness. She encourages students to recognize and honor their uniqueness in body and mind as they travel their individual yoga journey.

Sarah McEntee discovered the joys of yoga later in life, when she was seeking relief from the chronic aches associated with her years of working as a paramedic. After several years of expanding her own personal daily practice, she was ready to share her love of yoga with others. Sarah completed her 200- hour YTT program in Amherst, NH in May of 2018, and in January of 2019 completed the Josh Summers 50-hour Yin teacher training in Milton, MA. She is currently working on her Warriors at Ease level 1 and Yoga for First Responders teacher programs in order to incorporate the benefits of yoga into first responder wellness and tactical preparedness programs. Sarah enjoys teaching Yin yoga, hatha yoga, and gentle/slow flow yoga all with an emphasis on functional alignment, breath/body integration and mindfulness. She encourages students to recognize and honor their uniqueness in body and mind as they travel their individual yoga journey.

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Later Event: May 10
Cats on Mats 2019!