Dogma Athletica presents Nate Picklo benefit and Yoga in the Garden this week
If you go …
What: Beats & Brews for Nate Picklo.
When: 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, July 21.
Where: Dogma Athletica, 137 Main St., Riverwalk at Edwards.
Cost: Donation based, 100 percent of donations go to Picklo.
More information: If you are unable to attend the event but would like to donate, contact Dogma at 970-688-4433.
What: Yoga in the Garden, with Chelsea Winters and DJ Kirby K.
When: 4-5 p.m. Saturday, July 23.
Where: Eagle-Vail Community Garden, 538 Eagle Drive, Eagle-Vail.
Cost: Suggested donation of $10; a portion of all donations go back to the Eagle-Vail Community Garden.
More information: Visit dogmaathletica.com.
EDWARDS — Dogma Athletica will present two special yoga classes this week, starting with an upbeat, community yoga class to benefit Nate Picklo at Dogma Athletica in The Riverwalk at Edwards from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday.
Dogma Athletica yoga teachers Chelsea Winters, Elena Gorgeouses, Jill Koellhoffer and Dylan Sanders will collaborate to teach a 60-minute asana class followed by a party in the studio featuring beer donated by Crazy Mountain Brewery. Space is limited to 45 yogis.
The class is donation based, and 100 percent of all donations will go to Nate and Tara Picklo to assist in Nate’s cancer treatments. Nate and Tara are the owners and founders of Yeti’s Grind and are known in the Vail community for their coffee shops in Solaris and downtown Eagle, as well as Nate’s carbon bike company, Lov Bikes.
On Saturday, Winters and DJ Kirby K, in collaboration with Dogma Athletica, will host Yoga in the Garden from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Eagle-Vail Community Garden. This is an all-levels vinyasa flow class, and a portion of all donations will go back to the Eagle-Vail Community Garden.
Yoga in the Garden participants will receive a voucher for a free yoga class at Dogma Athletica and also be part of a raffle for a free five-punch pass at Dogma Athletica. Bring a yoga mat or towel to practice on the grass.
Visit dogmaathletica.com to learn more about these and other yoga classes offered by the studio.
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