Bending over backwards

There’s no doubt the pandemic has been hard on many local businesses, particularly yoga studios and gyms. Despite the fact that some 50 percent of yoga studios have closed their doors, Yogadurango has managed to hang on. But the longstanding local yogatorium needs help.

From March 28-30, Yogadurango is holding a fundraiser, offering free online classes via Zoom and in studio. In exchange, they are requesting donations to help pay rent for the next three months. The goal is to raise $7,500.

“If Yogadurango has in some small way touched your heart over the past 15 years and you feel moved and able to offer a contribution to our rent, our hearts would feel full,” the studio wrote in an email this week.

For a full schedule or to register for a class, visit www.yogadurango.com

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