Sat, May 07|
Central Campus - Wayzata CMS Gym - Small
Bunny Yoga with Rabbit Rescue of MN - Wayzata CMS
Time & Location
May 07, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Central Campus - Wayzata CMS Gym - Small, 305 Vicksburg Ln N, Plymouth, MN 55447, USA
About the Event
Join us and Rabbit Rescue of MN for a hoppin' good time! Yoga instructor Carrie Kehnle will lead you through relaxing yoga postures while the most adorable foster bunnies frolic and play. This class is suitable for all levels; no yoga experience necessary.
Rabbit Rescue of MN will bring 15-20 of their adoptable foster bunnies. The bunnies love joining you on and around your mat! You will be sure to leave with a smile.
Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat. Youth ages 10-17 may register and attend with a registered adult (only 1 per each adult). For the safety of the bunnies, all participants will need to stay on their yoga mat during the entire session and are to not pick up the bunnies at any time. After class, volunteers from Rabbit Rescue we will happily assist if you would like a photo with a bunny.
Cost is $25 to attend.
All experience levels welcome. We hope to see you there!
Reserve your spot today! Click Here
Wayzata Community Ed is committed to offering safe, fun, and educational classes and activities. In order to maintain the health and safety of staff and students during the coronavirus pandemic, we will follow the Wayzata Public Schools' health and safety guidelines. Face masks are recommended, but not required for this class.
Carrie Kehnle is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance (500-RYT). She has 550+ hours of training and is committed to the continuous study of Yoga through reading, classes, and new experiences. Carrie began practicing yoga in 2003 for the physical benefits, and now knows there is so much more to the practice. Her hope is to help others increase mindfulness, joy, and equanimity through this delightful practice.
Rabbit Rescue of MN is a 501(c)3 non profit rescue. Their mission is different than that of many other rescues as they take in sick, abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted domestic rabbits as well as rabbits from the public that are no longer wanted.
Rescue rabbits are all spayed, neutered and microchipped prior to adoption. RRMN prides themselves on informing the public that domestic rabbits are “exotic” pets/family members and require very specific care, medical needs and housing as well as a space in the home where they can be part of the family.
To learn more or to fill out an adoption or foster application please go to: www.rabbitrescueofmn.com
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