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Pay What You Can Community Flow - benefitting Transformation Yoga Project's 30 for 30 Fundraiser for the 30th Anniversary of National Recovery Month

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Pay What You Can Community Flow - benefitting Transformation Yoga Project's 30 for 30 Fundraiser for the 30th Anniversary of National Recovery Month


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At Lumos Yoga & Barre, we believe that fitness should be accessible to anyone who would like to participate.
On Sunday nights from 5:15-6:15 PM, our Community Flow class is "Pay What You Can".


On September 22nd, we are allocating all funds raised to Transformation Yoga Project's "30 for 30" fundraising campaign in honor of National Recovery' Month's 30th Anniversary. No prior yoga experience is required, and donations are encouraged at any and all levels. Sign up online and bring a cash donation to the class.

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From individuals to entire communities, nearly everyone has been affected by either substance use or mental health disorders. Two-thirds of all families will be touched in some way. September is recognized as National Recovery Month, bringing awareness to those in recovery and the supporting substance use treatment and mental health services across the nation.


This September, Transformation Yoga Project (TYP) will partner with yoga studios and community spaces across the Greater Philadelphia Area for its “30 for 30” fundraising campaign in honor of National Recovery Month’s 30th Anniversary, raising money and awareness for Trauma Sensitive Yoga for Recovery programs. These 30+ donation-based yoga classes will support TYP’s services in a variety
of recovery and behavioral health settings. TYP is a 501c(3) non-profit that serves people impacted by trauma, addiction, and incarceration through trauma-sensitive, mindfulness-based yoga programs driven by education and research. Founded in 2013, TYP has served more than 17,000 people in recovery.

You do need to bring a yoga mat, or we have mats available for rent for $2. First time mat rental is free.


This class is a fundraiser where you can pay what you can, ranging from $0 to $100+. 100% of the proceeds will go to this cause and will raise more awareness around Recovery Month. All are welcome!

Your Donation's Impact:

- $5 donation may provide a yoga mat to a new TYP yoga program
- $10 could support an individual's access to a yoga class in treatment
- $30 could provide yoga blocks or blankets to a recovery program
- $50 could cover the fees associated with a yoga for recovery class
- $100 could cover all of these donation options!



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About Transformation Yoga Project

Transformation Yoga Project (TYP) is a 501c(3) nonprofit that serves people impacted by trauma, addiction, and incarceration through trauma-sensitive, mindfulness-based yoga programs driven by education and research. Founded in 2013 - we offer three different program services: Recovery and Behavioral Health, Justice and Reentry, and Youth. We serve the Greater Philadelphia Area and beyond.

Website: www.transformationyogaproject.org

About TYP’s Recovery and Behavioral Health Services

Our Recovery and Behavioral Health Services provide trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation to individuals in recovery treatment from substance use and mental health disorders. Our programs teach tools and techniques that sustain a lifelong recovery and promote inner resilience to overcome challenges with greater ease. Since 2013, TYP has served more than 17,000 people in recovery.

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About TYP’s “30 for 30” Campaign

This September, Transformation Yoga Project (TYP) will partner with yoga studios and community spaces across the Greater Philadelphia Area for its “30 for 30” campaign in honor of National Recovery Month’s 30th Anniversary, raising money and awareness for Trauma Sensitive Yoga for Recovery programs. These 30+ donation-based yoga classes will support TYP’s services in a variety of recovery and behavioral health settings.

About the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

Website: www.samhsa.gov

About National Recovery Month

SAMHSA sponsors Recovery Month each year as a national observance to raise awareness of mental and substance use disorders, to celebrate individuals in long-term recovery, and to acknowledge the work of prevention, treatment, and recovery support services. The 2019 theme is Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger.

Website: www.recoverymonth.gov

Earlier Event: September 20
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Later Event: October 25
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