January 13, 2020
Duffy Health Center is excited to announce a new community yoga event. Wellness on the Water will be held on Saturday March 7th at Wychmere Beach Club in Harwich Port. From 7:30AM until 2:00PM, attendees will participate in 3 different yoga practices – a slow flow, moderate flow and restorative. Each session will be led by renowned yoga instructors from studios around the Cape. The day will begin with a light breakfast and close with lunch and a community celebration. All levels are welcome.
“We are excited about this new event, giving individuals from across our community an opportunity to use their yoga practice in support of our neighbors in need. At Duffy Health Center, we envision Cape Cod as a community where all persons have access to quality health care, safe and stable housing, and lives filled with hope and purpose,” said Duffy Health Center CEO, Heidi Nelson.
Each participant commits to raising $200 to attend. There will be awards and recognition for those who raise more than the minimum. All money for Wellness on the Water benefits Duffy Health Center to support programs and services. Registration is online at duffyhealthcenter.org/yoga. To learn more, call 508-771-7517 x104 or email email@example.com.
Participating instructors and studios include Ayanna Parrent of B Free Coaching and Wellness; Jess Riley-Norton of Evoke Yoga + Cycle; Annika Iliadis and Jessie Madera of the Love Yoga Festival; Julia Rugo of Just Breathe Yoga; and Mary Mullin of Village Yoga.
“We expect more than 200 people from across the Cape to come together at this unique event,” said Sara Grambach, Director of Development and Community Relations. “It’s a perfect time of year to gather as a community, take time for yourself, and be mindful in support of our neighbors.”
Event sponsorships are available. Please contact Sara Grambach at 508-771-7517 x104 for more information.
The mission of Duffy Health Center is to provide comprehensive, integrated health care and support services to persons who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness on Cape Cod, and to improve the quality of life for vulnerable populations through community collaborations, leadership, and advocacy.