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Join us at Pure Yoga for an experience that benefits Bent on Learning and your 2011 resolutions

Kay Kay Clivio, Pure Yoga
Pure Yoga's Kay Kay Clivio

Please join Well+Good for a very special yoga class to benefit Bent on Learning’s efforts to teach yoga in NYC public schools. The 90-minute heart-opening yoga class will be lead by Pure Yoga’s head teacher-trainer Kay Kay Clivio, and followed by an aromatherapy sampling and trunk show with Hope Gillerman. Cooler Cleanse will be pouring organic cold-pressed juices.

Sunday, January 30, 2011, 3:00–5:00 p.m.
At Pure Yoga West
Minimum suggested donation: $15 to Bent on Learning

Clivio will lead us through a series of backbends, such as Dancer’s Pose (Natarajasana), Bow Pose (Danurasana), and Wheel Pose (Chakrasana) to open the heart’s wisdom. “The practice quiets the mind so we can set clear and positive intentions for the year ahead,” says Clivio.

When: Sunday, January 30, 3:00–5:00p.m.

Where: Pure Yoga West, 204 West 77th Street, at Amsterdam, MAP, 212-877-2025.

Cost: We’re asking all participants to donate a minimum of $15 to Bent on Learning. You can make this donation now at or bring cash the day of the event. Please bring the exact amount you wish to donate; we will not be able to make change.

RSVP: All participants must RSVP to [email protected]. This exclusive event is limited to 40 participants. If you’re RSVPing for a friend, please also provide her/his first and last name as well as an email address. We will send all participants a confirmation e-mail.

Contact: Send any questions about the event to Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula at [email protected] See you on Sunday, January 30, 2011!