Take 90 minutes out of your busy week to learn relaxation techniques and gain healthy coping skills. Experience a gentle and restorative yoga practice to quiet the nervous system using guided imagery and breathing practices. This trauma-sensitive workshop is open to anyone age 18 and up who has experienced domestic or sexual violence, past or present. Participants will leave feeling renewed with a self-care plan to use during the holidays and beyond. Manage stress and thrive this holiday season!
“It was time for the band to select this year’s beneficiary and everything about 180’s mission resonated with us. After learning what my daughter and her friends did for the women staying at 180’s shelter, we felt compelled to do our part and help raise some money to help 180 deliver services to individuals in crisis due to domestic and sexual violence. 180 also runs a teen support text and helpline called, “2NDFLOOR” which is so important and needed in these times. We are excited to perform and do what we can for such a worthy cause.” said Steve Kaiman.
For more information about the concert, or if you can’t attend and would like to make a donation in support of 180 Turning Lives Around, please contact Lynn Lucarelli, Director of Development at email@example.com.
Donations for the Holiday Boutique are to be dropped off at the Cullen Center on Thursday, December 13 between 9:00 – 3:00 pm. Email Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what you are bringing. If you have already been in touch with Amanda regarding your donations, no need to reply again here. Thank you so much!