Second Annual Yogathon Deemed a Success
Bloomfield Township's Lynn Medow and other area yoga instructors raised $12,500 while celebrating their craft.
Organizers of the Second Annual Yoga By Design Yogathon over the Labor Day holiday said this year's event was a success that raised $12,500 for instructors that practice healing yoga in Metro Detroit.
Last year's inaugural event, which was only for one day, raised drew 131 people to nine consecutive classes and raised $10,000. The funds went to three local groups for yoga classes to help autistic children, fight childhood obesity and individuals with Downs Syndrome.
Plum Market and Acupuncture Healthcare Associates co-sponsored the event, which also included a 17-item silent auction that generated additional funds this year, Medow said.
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