KARma Yoga Fundraiser

par Kingston Animal Rescue

  • dimanche, 19 novembre 2017 de 9:00 Matin à 10:00 Matin (HNE)
  • Southpaw Cat Cafe 749 Bayridge Dr, Kingston, ON K7P 2P2

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kar·ma  yo·ga From the Sanskrit word meaning “to do”, Karma Yoga is action in union; a way of acting, thinking and willing in selfless service.

On November 19, we will unite for a peaceful morning of yoga with our adorable cats and kittens at Southpaw Cat Cafe to raise funds for animals in need.

Space is limited! Advance registration required.

More than $1,500+ raise so far! View our progress.

Kingston Animal Rescue is a 100% volunteer-run, no-kill rescue and a registered charity. In 2016-17, 95.5% of expenses were for veterinary and animal care.



Maximize your karma by choosing to fundraise. Or, simply pay the $20 registration fee to participate without fundraising. 100% of funds go the animals and participants will receive a goodie bag as a thank you for joining us!

Class 9 am to 10 am

  • Class suitable for all levels, including beginners. Led by Jo-Anne Hopkins of Live Love Laugh Do Yoga.
  • Please bring your own mat. Mats are not provided

Participants Tout afficher (8)


+ 1 invité

Jessica Robertson

+ 1 invité

Jessica Hellard

Kelly Squier

Lauren Turner

Alison Migneault

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

Jours pour acheter


Southpaw Cat Cafe
749 Bayridge Dr, Kingston, ON K7P 2P2

19 novembre 2017
dimanche, 19 novembre 2017 9:00 Matin (HNE)


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Kingston Animal Rescue

À propos de cet organisme

Founded in 2010, Kingston Animal Rescue is a volunteer-run, no-kill animal rescue group and a registered charity. Using a network of foster homes, we take in last chance animals - animals that are at high risk of euthanasia or those that would otherwise be at risk without our help. This includes animals at shelters and stray animals. We also assist in emergency rescues, including small animals removed from neglectful situations. As a no-kill rescue, our animals stay in foster homes until they are adopted. We work to educate the public about the proper care and treatment of animals as well as the pet overpopulation crisis and the importance of spaying/neutering and adoption.