Parents, keiki invited to free Kona yoga class
Families can learn the basics of yoga at a free class from 4 to 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, July 27, at Hawaiian Queen Coffee Gardens. The intro session celebrates the fourth Sunday in July as Parents Day — established in 1994 by President Bill Clinton to “recognize, uplift and support the role of parents.”
Rotating between parents and their children, breath work and fluid movements will be shared by three instructors: Celeste Cline of Kona Beachfront Yoga, and Natasha Dorfhuber and Pam Landers of Kona’s Yoga Hale.
Participants are encouraged to bring a mat or towel; some yoga mats are available. Parents Day Yoga is sponsored by Pacific Rim Education Foundation.
Hawaiian Queen Coffee Gardens is located across and up Henry Street from Safeway at 75-1048 Henry St. Reservations can be made at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 896-3920.
The Pacific Rim Education Foundation sponsors educational programs, funds charitable activities and supports practices that nurture love, wisdom and peace within individuals and families, and which promote understanding and connectedness among communities. For more information visit www.prefpeace.org.
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