Join two of Philly’s most popular rest and relaxation specialists, Caitlin Kelly and Erick DuPree for an afternoon of gentle flow, warming yin, and deep rest in the 2 hour fundraiser workshop, November 5.
Did you know that every day millions of young girls face the dilemma of not have access to feminine hygiene products? This is something many of us may likely not think about, however younger women who have little or no personal income, sometimes already living in socio-economic hardship at home, often take the burden upon themselves to go with out, borrow from friends, shop-lift, or ‘ask the nurse.’
A fundraiser class such as this, empowers Caitlin with the resources to equip these girls with the tools they need to be confident in the changes their bodies are going through. Your donations will arm them with information/products that might help to make life a little easier. Getting
Caitlin currently works with students in North Philadelphia who don't necessarily have the resources for all necessary health related products and and information. Her 5th-8th grade girls Health this year, many frequently come to her office asking for extra feminine products or to ask a question that they feel embarrassed to ask in school.
Getting Cozy for Cause seeks donations from a curated list, in leu of cash payment. Class will run 90 minutes, and after class we will sort and prepare kits for distribution. If you plan to join us, please register though Mindbody. Due to the nature of this class, props etc, space is limited to 30 people.
We are seeking:
Teen or small tampons
Teen or small size pads
Travel size deodorant
Travel size tissues
Travel size lotion
Feminine wipes/baby wipes
Small makeup bags (like the Ipsy ones)
Caitlin Kelly is a yoga teacher and reiki master in Philadelphia, specializing in restorative practices to help ease the pace of busy lives. Caitlin has been a Health & Physical Education teacher in the Philadelphia area for the past 7 years, and strives to bring the same balance of yin and yang into her classroom.
Erick DuPree is a mindfulness teacher trainer and specializes in restorative yoga. His philosophy, 'restored is the new advanced' is a maxim that even the strongest bodies need to pause, and recommit to rest and renewal. He brings a keen academic curiosity to his classes partnered with holistic sensitivity to the human experience.