Selfless Flow Donation Based Yoga Class

Join Yoga Essence for our annual Selfless Flow on Christmas Eve morning from 9-10am. All levels are welcome and encouraged to come flow! 

We all deserve to sleep cozy and warm in our beds at night, and that includes our fourlegged friends that live at the animal shelter. Donate any of your forgotten blankets or towels, toys, and treats for us to donate to our local animal shelters. We are hosting this at all our locations in New Providence, Dunellen and Lebanon New Jersey.

**Class is FREE with donation** MUST pre-register as spots are limited.

Contact Information
  1. Yoga Essence
  2. 9082007232
Tue, December 24
9:00 am — 10:00 am
Add to My Calendar 12/24/2019 9:00am 12/24/2019 10:00am America/New_York Selfless Flow Donation Based Yoga Class

Join Yoga Essence for our annual Selfless Flow on Christmas Eve morning from 9-10am. All levels are welcome and encouraged to come flow!

We all deserve to sleep cozy and warm in our beds at night, and that includes our fourlegged friends that live at the animal shelter. Donate any of your forgotten blankets or towels, toys, and treats for us to donate to our local animal shelters. We are ...

56 Payne Road Lebanon, NJ 08833

Yoga Essence of Lebanon

56 Payne Road
Lebanon, NJ 08833

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