Saving Belle And Abby Fundraiser: Rooftop Vinyasa With Wanderlust Yoga, Bfree Yoga, Practice Yoga And Yoga Vida Ft. Lou Lou

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Saving Belle And Abby Fundraiser: Rooftop Vinyasa With Wanderlust Yoga, Bfree Yoga, Practice Yoga And Yoga Vida Ft. Lou Lou says
Taught by: Dean Mahan from Yoga Vida, Shelby Autrey from Bfree Yoga, Reynaldo Cardenas from Practice Yoga and Ashley Clauer from Wanderlust Yoga

On Thursday, March 10, 2016, Beryl Elizabeth “Belle” Andrews, 6 years old, was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease called Niemann Pick Type C-1 (NPC1). On Tuesday, March 29th parents Pam and Chris Andrews received a call that their 21 month old daughter Abby, Belle's younger sister, also has the genetic disease. Only 500 children in the world have NPC1 with only 100 diagnosed cases in the United States. Belle and Abby, unfortunately, are two of the 100 in the US. This disease has been described as childhood Alzheimer's and the average life-span of children who go untreated is between 12 and 20 years of age. If left untreated, Belle and Abby could suffer from seizures, dementia, ataxia, and cataplexy. Eventually, sufferers of NPC1 end up in wheelchairs, unable to speak, and unable to recognize their loved ones. Let's bring the Austin Yoga Community together to support and save Belle. Join Yoga Vida, Bfree Yoga, Practice Yoga and Wanderlust Yoga for a 90 minute rooftop class at Brazos Hall accompanied by live music from LouLou of Thievery Corporation.

$25 suggested donation, proceeds go directly to life saving medical funds for Belle. You can pay in cash, check to Saving Belle, or online at austin.wanderlustyoga.com/workshops. See you on the mat! Flow the Love, Love the Flow! Save Belle! Save Abby!
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By: Wanderlust Yoga Austin

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