New Year’s Eve yoga class helps Kitty Cat Society

If you have been looking for something quiet and nourishing to do to celebrate the new year, look no further.

  • Dec. 28, 2010 4:00 p.m.

If you have been looking for something quiet and nourishing to do to celebrate the new year, look no further.

Sheron Jutila will be leading a New Year’s Eve yoga class at The Yoga Studio on Rosewall.

This gentle, soothing and candlelit class will be a combination of Restorative Yoga and the very popular Yin Yoga. The new year will be brought in with a guided meditation on loving kindness and a few moments of silence.

This special class is a fundraiser for Kitty Cat P.A.L. Society (Prevent A Litter), which practises T-N-R (Trap-Neuter/Spay-Return) in feral cat colonies and rescues kittens born outdoors. One hundred per cent of the profits will go to this 100-per-cent volunteer-run Comox Valley registered charity.

The class starts at 10:30 p.m. and ends at 12:15 a.m. The cost is $20, and pre-registration is required.

To register, contact Sheron at 250-703-0603 or visit www.FindSheron.blogspot.com. — Sheron Jutila

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