Join us on Tuesday, August 10 from 6 – 7 p.m. for a 60-minute yoga class on The Legacy Village Lawn.
Yoga Class Cost: $15 per person (plus Eventbrite fees). In addition to the 60-minute yoga class, participants will be entered in a raffle to win a number of giveaways, including a $50 Legacy Village gift card.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED as space is limited 25 participants.
Things to know: Yoga class starts promptly at 6:00 p.m. Please plan to arrive at least 5 minutes early to check in. Participants will be instructed where to set up their mats so all guests maintain the proper social distancing. We require all guests bring their own mats, necessary props (including yoga blocks) and water bottles. There will be no hands on corrections at this time.
The Lawn is located in the center of Legacy Village, near CPK, Bar Louie and Wild Mango.
In the event of rain or inclement weather, the class will be moved to an indoor location, in the storefront between Dick’s Sporting Goods and Ethan Allen.
About Alicia Hansen:
Alicia Hansen began dabbling in yoga in college as a part of a newly found healthy lifestyle and weight loss journey. She earned her 200-hour certification in 2012 and in the spring of 2014, Alicia enrolled in the ParaYoga Master Training Program. She has spent more than 100 hours in advance training sessions with ParaYoga’s founder, Yogarupa Rod Stryker. Her additional teaching influences include Jason Crandell, Alexandria Crow, Kathryn Budig and Jill Miller. She also served as a regular guest lecturer on the topic of yoga at Case Western Reserve University as a part of a Management of Chronic Illness in a Cultural Context course.Today, her classes provide a well-rounded, complete practice appropriate for all levels of practitioners. In addition to Legacy Village, she teaches at GrooveRyde, Phunkenship by Platform Beer Co. and Lakewood Truck Park. Alicia is available for private sessions, corporate classes and other yoga and meditation related special events. Visit her website at aliciamhansen.com, and follow her on social media at @aliciamhansen.
About The Greater Cleveland Food Bank:
The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is a huge asset to the Greater Cleveland community. While they are doing everything they can to ensure everyone in their community has the nutritious food they need to stay healthy, they need our help. No matter how long the COVID-19 crisis lasts, hungry neighbors will continue to need their support, even as the community begins to rebuild- and you can help make a difference. $1 can help provide 4 meals to our neighbors, therefore a generous donation of $10 can help provide 40 meals to our neighbors- and keep Cleveland strong.