This annual Stop Drop And Dance event in October benefiting Boarding For Breast Cancer is always something to look forward to! This year we also invited breast cancer survivors to attend class for free on Zoom or online. Thank you to the warriors who attended: Mara, Jennifer, Andrea, Shana, and to all of you warriors who were unable to attend, you were there with us in spirit and we send you all our love!Thank you to Lisa Hudson for hosting and sharing about the importance of early detection and self exams by bringing "fake boobies" for people to tell the difference between normal breasts, fibrous tissues, and cancerous lumps! In addition we learned that just 30 minutes of exercise 3x a week can decrease your chance of breast cancer by 40%!!! She even had Suja sponsoring healthy juices for all the attendees!
Let's keep sharing about breast cancer awareness to all our loved ones and help save lives!
Class is Cancelled This Saturday, October 15th!
I will be taking a short vacation to Encinitas with my family this weekend, so there will be no class at the Garage this Saturday, October 15th. Our normal schedule will resume on Tuesday. While I am away, check out our on demand classes, including all of last week's previously-live Stop Drop and Dance, HIIT Camp 30/30, and All-Levels Yoga classes! On demand content is unlimited and free for members, or they can be purchased a-la-carte on our website!
If you missed last Tuesday, we celebrated Kim Lewis' birthday with an 80s theme! The neon, leotards, bows, leg warmers, and side ponytails came out strong! Thank you to Kim who picked our playlist and bought tons of accessories from scrunchies to hand gloves to earrings and jelly bracelets to share with all the dancers! Kim's birthday class is one of the recordings available on-demand!
PLEASE SAVE THE DATE!
Our next fundraiser will be on Saturday, October 29th at 9:30am in the "Garage" benefitting By The Bay Health (Hospice of Marin). Our host will be Michelle Franchetti, and we are raising money in memory of her husband, Steve Franchetti, who passed away in May after a sudden 5-month long battle with Grade 4 Glioblastoma (Brain Cancer). Your support and presence is greatly appreciated - more info to come next week!
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