The Farm is partnering with Puppies to the Rescue Yoga Project to raise money for Angels for Paws Animal Rescue at this fun morning of Doga! Bring your pup and a friend for this event to help our furry friends in need!
Meet and Greet at Stone Grove at The Farm 8am-8:30am
Raffle about 9:45am
$20 recommended donation class
Raffle to follow directly after.
Tickets will be 1/$5 or 5/$20
100% of proceeds go directly to Angels for Paws Animal Rescue.
Bring cash, your mat, some water, your dog and a smile!
If you have water bowls please bring as we will not have any on site.
(You don’t have to have a dog or bring a dog to attend, maybe you’ll find a furry friend to come home with you)
Want to brunch after? Morning Glory Cafe at The Farm will be open for the season!
The story behind Puppies to the Rescue Yoga Event:
To share the gift of yoga, bring awareness to depression, raise money for local animal rescues and find homes for as many pups as we can.
It has been almost two years since I found my rescue pup Kala. Little did I know she would change my life forever.
I have suffered from depression on and off my whole life. Choosing not to take prescription drugs I found my yoga mat. So much Healing has taken place on my mat and I am forever grateful for it.
Despite major transformation on and off my mat out of the blue and for no reason at all, I found myself in one of the darkest places I had been in in my entire life. If you have ever experienced depression you might understand what I’m talking about. This cloud hung over me for 6 straight months. I felt completely hopeless and depleted, crying myself to sleep day and night praying that I would not have to face another day.
I know this is not something that everyone likes to hear about, but I am sharing my story because I want people to know that they are not alone. There are resources out there and people who care. We are all in this together, we all want to be free of suffering, so let’s support and lift each other up and be a light for those that are stuck in the dark.
One day when I was mindlessly scrolling FB I came across a picture of 3 sweet puppies.
Something in me lit up and I had to go meet them. When I arrived Kala came right up to me and started chewing on my shoelace ( not much has changed;) she didn’t leave my side the entire time I was there. Almost two years later she is still at my side through all my ups and downs. Her unconditional love has given me the opportunity to change my perspective in so many ways.
Even though I rescued her, she is truly the one who rescued me.