March 19: Benefit Class for The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Benefit Class To Support
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

All Levels Vinyasa Flow, Restorative Postures, Extended Savasana & Guided Metta Meditation
Sunday, March 19th @ 1:30 – 3:30pm w/ Christine Fox
{ REGISTER for free }
Suggested Donation $20+ cash or check made payable to AFSP
All proceeds will go to our fellow Yogi Anya Fillion’s American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Overnight Walk Fundraising Efforts (

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention ( is the leader in the fight against suicide. The not-for-profit foundation funds research, creates educational programs, advocates for public policy, and supports survivors of suicide loss. Every year suicide claims more lives than war, murder, and natural disasters combined, and yet suicide prevention doesn’t get anywhere near the funding given to other leading causes of death. The Overnight Walk is a 16-mile charity walk from dusk to dawn in Washington, DC, which raises funds for suicide prevention.

Join us as we come together to honor our hopes for the health and well-being of our brothers and sisters who are suffering.  We will share our loving-kindness as a community as we practice in honor of those we have lost to suicide, and for those who need our support and hope.

If you are unable to attend but would like to make a donation, please go to

Christine Fox

Christine has been practicing yoga since 2000. Her practice has evolved over the years and it was when she started a family that she embraced her yoga practice more than ever. It was her way to stay present, have compassion for herself, and better understand the connection with body, mind, breath, and spirit. This enriched her connection to her loved ones. Practicing yoga gives her strength to explore the edges of her comfort zone–to be curious about possibilities. Her respect and joy for yoga have her wanting to share this ancient practice with others to explore, together, possibilities in living with mindfulness and heartfelt intention.

Christine completed a 500-hour certification in The Art of Teaching with Barbara Benagh from The Yoga Studio at Down Under School of Yoga, and, a 200-hour certification from Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. She is also a certified Kripalu Yoga in the Schools teacher and delivers a research-based curriculum to foster self-regulation skills to adolescents. In addition, she has a teaching certification from Creative Kids Yoga to help children trust their intuition and move with intention through a variety of activities that are woven into the learning of yoga postures, breathing techniques, and creative movement. With much passion and joy, she teaches yoga to youth in the Acton-Boxborough Regional Schools in Acton, MA and in other schools in surrounding towns.

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Acton, MA 01720