Two Businesses Plan Fundraiser for Push for the Path
Karma Skin and Massage Studio along with Sense of Samadhi Yoga Studio (both located at 102 East Schoolhouse Road in Yorkville) are teaming up for a fun event to benefit Push for the Path.
On Saturday, June 30th, the two businesses will be in the Town Square offering massages and a yoga class; both available to the public for a donation to Push for The Path.
Sense of Samadhi, owned by Tairi Kearns (LCSW, RYT) will have their Yoga in The Park class at 9am complete with live acoustic music from local artists; it promises to be a unique outdoor experience (please bring yoga mat or towel and water).
Sense of Samadhi offers a host of yoga and teaching styles suited to students of all ages and stages of life; bringing together teachers from a rich combination of traditions. They are committed to creating and nourishing a yoga community through a variety of ongoing classes, as well as special weekend workshops and events, like Yoga in the Park or Amy’s Organics market every Wednesday at 11am.
Their downtown studio is located in a beautiful brownstone with wood floors, plenty of light, and a tranquil atmosphere. Call (630)881-1095 or visit www.senseofsamadhi.com for more information.
Karma Skin and Massage Studio will offer Massages in the Park from 8am-11am.
Karma, owned by Sandy Kazenko (LMT, LE), specializes in Organic Skin Care, Therapeutic Massage, and Aromatherapy. They offer a variety of services designed to help clients relax, restore and reinvigorate their health and wellness. They also have many events to help people discover different ways to enhance their lives with unique options and products, like aromatherapy and essential oils.
Their studio offers a spa like environment with small business values; allowing their clients to receive top of the line services without the high price tag. Call (630)708-6855 or visit www.karmaskinorganics.com for more information.
Sharing a space, these two businesses also share a philosophy of giving back to the community. This event is a wonderful way to share their services while helping a worthy cause. Push for the Path is the citizen’s organization trying to raise money for the city’s local match for the Kennedy Road Bike Trail project.
The organization is trying to raise about $350,000 during the next six years to pay the local match needed to build an estimated $1.7 million, 2.7-mile bike path along Kennedy Road, from Route 47 to Mill Road. This is something that will benefit the entire community which is why Kearns and Kazenko wanted to help since both of their businesses are all about the mind, body spirit connection; something that a beautiful bike ride would definitely enhance as well.