10 Mar Harp and Flow benefiting Alliance for the Great Lakes!
Harp and Flow
When: Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
Where: Bella- 6106 Mineral Point Rd. Madison
Join us for an amazing Aroma Slow Flow lead by Lynn Lanning of Dragonfly Hot Yoga, to the beautiful sounds of the harp – performed LIVE by Noah Helbach. Feel your connection to the earth, mind, body and spirit in this 60-minute class to honor Earth Month. Even if you have never practiced yoga before, come experience the amazing benefits.
Only 25 spots available; please call to RSVP yours today! 608-236-0340
Minimum donation – $25.00. Donors will receive an Aveda gift valued at $35! 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Alliance for the Great Lakes.
See below for more information about Alliance for the Great lakes, our instructor and harpist. Thank you for supporting us and our efforts to do good in the world!
Alliance for the Great Lakes is the oldest Great Lakes organization devoted 100 percent to the lakes. Our professional staff works with scientists, policymakers, businesses, community groups and everyday citizens to protect and restore the world’s largest surface freshwater resource.
From forging forward-looking Great Lakes policies to promoting Great Lakes education to on-the-ground efforts to improve thousands of miles of Great Lakes shoreline, we’ve been out front and behind the scenes caring for the lakes since 1970. Please visit www.greatlakes.org to see the incredible things they do!
Lynn Lanning has been practicing Yoga for over 7 years. She first came in to Yoga when she discovered HOT YOGA. From there, her journey began as she was hooked! Lynn completed her 200 Hour Teacher Training in 2014 and has been leading FIRE, FUSION, FLOW and YIN Classes at Dragonfly Hot Yoga. Her teaching style is based on fostering an environment where every student feels supported, inspired, and challenged while being encouraged to continue to discover the endless possibilities in their individual practice. Compassion and positive affirmations are an essential part of every class she leads. “Yoga is truly for everyone and is an on-going journey of self awareness and expression.” – Lynn Lanning
Noah Helbach is 16 years old and a Junior at Middleton High School where he plays Rugby and Football. He has been playing his Harp for 5 years and just this year, made it in to the Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra (WYSO) – Philharmonic Orchestra. Noah’s CD was just released! (Cost, just $10) Noah and his family enjoy traveling A LOT and visited Australia last year.