We Flow for BoCO: Yogis to Benefit Boulder Flood Relief.

Via David McConaghay
on Sep 14, 2013
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we flow for boco

Join us!

In response to the recent devastation that has struck our beloved Boulder county, Agora at the Riverside is hosting a community event that will be of benefit to our friends and neighbors worst hit by the deluge.

As an offering, we’ve arranged for a special asana session led by two of our most beloved local yoga instructors: Nancy Kate Rau and Gina Caputo.

Please come, join us in aligning our spines, our breath, our resources and intentions to alleviate the suffering brought on by the #boulderflood.

#WeFlowforBoCO requests a $20 donation for the class, but please come and bring whatever you can. We intend to redistribute these funds from the community right back into the community, so if you know someone especially in need, please contact us with their story and contact info.

Check out the Facebook event here.

*Entertainment/class for kids will be provided, so bring the young ones!


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Ed: Cat Beekmans


About David McConaghay

David Telfer McConaghay was conceived in Toronto, born in North Carolina, and lived in Washington D.C. and Tokyo before arriving in Minneapolis at the age of 8. At 16 he moved to Connecticut, and has since inhabited D.C. for four more years, an island in Wisconsin, an ashram in Northern California, a national park in Maine, and taught English in Guadalajara, Mexico, and Bogota, Colombia before landing in Boulder, Colorado at the start of 2011. He loves all humans, but feels unique fondness for Jorge Luis Borges, Swami Sivananda, and Lionel Messi. David's personal website is www.masteringmetaphysics.com. He is an ambassador for GaiamTV.com/Dave and you are invited to email ElephantGentleman at gmail dot com or follow him on Twitter.


2 Responses to “We Flow for BoCO: Yogis to Benefit Boulder Flood Relief.”

  1. DaveTelf says:

    please note: this event has been postponed due to ongoing inclement weather. Safety first! Please stay tuned for details re: rescheduling.

  2. Chad says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing this, David. They say we should always try to help in the best way we can. I like what you're doing. Your help will definitely go a long way. Keep it up!

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