By Jenn Watt
After the success of Online for our Frontline a yoga fundraiser forHaliburton Highlands Health Services instructor Gail Holness said she’s continuing her efforts in May this time raising money for the foodbank.
In April Holness started hosting online yoga sessions based at Quantum Passivhaus in Minden. Donations of $20 would provide access toone session and $50 would give access for the month. HHHS received$2000 from the fundraiser.
Feedback from participants led Holness to continue the campaign into May this time focused on the food bank.
“I am thrilled with what we achieved for HHHS but I think we are going toraise even more money for our food bank and money is what they need”she wrote in an email to participants.
In May she will also be teaching a chair yoga for seniors class and has included a “yoga on the go” session.
For more information go to holnessyoga.ca .