COOKEVILLE – Synergy Mind & Body Studio in Cookeville will hold community classes Sunday, March 6, with all proceeds going to Helping Hands of Putnam County.
On Synergy’s monthly Community Day, class attendees pay what they can, and 100 percent goes to a specified charity. February’s classes, for example, raised funds for Love Alive International, a non-profit organization founded by Cookeville’s Laura Yockey.
On March 6, registered yoga teacher Stephanie Chance will teach community yoga at 2 p.m. Petti Groth, certified meditation teacher, will teach a meditation class at 3:15 p.m. Synergy community classes are open to the public and are completely donation-based.
Helping Hands of Putnam County is a non-profit organization that helps both Putnam County residents and transients who are in emergency situations and in need of food, rent, transportation, utility payments, medication, eye examinations and eyeglasses. For more information, visit HelpingHandsPC.org.
Synergy is located at 139 E. Broad St. in Cookeville. For more information, visit SynergyMindBody.com.