COOKEVILLE – Synergy Mind & Body Studio in Cookeville will hold community classes Sunday, June 5, with all proceeds going to the Friends of White County Animals.
During Synergy’s monthly Community Day, class attendees pay what they can, and 100 percent of the proceeds go to a specified organization. On June 5, a registered yoga teacher will teach community yoga at 2 p.m. and a certified meditation teacher will lead a guided meditation class at 3:15 p.m.
The Friends of White County Animals is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of animals in White County and to educating the public about animal welfare. FWCA supports a variety of animal services and outreach activities, including a focus on services for cats.
“As there is no county resource for cats in White County, the FWCA partnership with White County Humane Society has the goal of population control, feeding feral cats, and finding good homes for domesticated homeless cats,” Friends of White County Animals board member Sharon Langford said. “FWCA partners with the UCHRA to provide pet food for Meals on Wheels and commodities distribution to help keep pets in good homes; we also provide emergency vet services with this objective. We provide an animal welfare curriculum to elementary schools and a subscription to ‘Kind News,’ a newsletter featuring articles on animal welfare. FWCA has also facilitated interactive distance learning sessions with The Elephant Sanctuary.”
Synergy community classes are always open to the public and are completely donation-based. Synergy is located at 139 E. Broad St. in Cookeville. For more information, visit SynergyMindBody.com.