Many Ways To Support Our Community This Giving Tuesday

Today is Giving Tuesday: a day when charities, families, businesses, community centers and students worldwide come together to celebrate and encourage giving.

11169414_1156580517693076_7399248847978365244_nAs is the case every day, our doors are open today from early in the morning to late in the evening to make yoga available to our entire community. Classes at our center have been and will always be completely donation-based with absolutely no minimum. Everyone is welcomed to yoga, and no one is ever turned away for an inability to pay.

There are many ways to come together and give back in our community. Here are a few:

  • Become a part of our community! The biggest way you can give back is simply by coming to classes and sharing your presence with our community. We love first-time students: whether you’re new to yoga or just to our center, we can’t wait to welcome you in! Check out our full schedule or browse beginner-friendly classes!
  • Volunteer to help out at the center. From helping clean our beloved studio spaces to participating in one of our monthly service projects in collaboration with other area nonprofits, email Wendy@ashevillecommunityyoga.com for more info or visit our website to explore ways to get involved.
  • Share the gift of yoga as a teacher. All of our skilled instructors teach their classes for free, as a way of giving back, and we’re always looking to add new voices and personalities to our community. Our January teacher training program still has a few spots and early bird discounts available; click here to read more and register today!
  • Donate to support the center. Visit this link or our front desk to make a tax-deductible donation to support what we offer the Asheville area. We are on the precipice of a major expansion in 2016, when we will buy our building and double our size by expanding into the other half!

Thanks for all that each of you do to make our amazing community what it is! May today and every day be an opportunity for the hand-in-hand practices of generosity and gratitude.