Alberni’s Walk the Coast inspires women to get moving

Get moving with a free yoga class at Walk the Coast in Port Alberni on April 26.

Walk the Coast in Port Alberni has partnered with Lole (one of their clothing suppliers) to offer free yoga sessions at their footwear and apparel store.

This is all part of Lole’s commit to getting women moving every day. Lole has developed these inspirational movements called, Meet Ups, all across the world. As well as encouraging women to get moving, this program is about connecting with one another and promoting community involvement.

Walk the Coast is hosting its fifth Lole Meet Up this Thursday, April 26 at 6:30 pm. The session is being led by Port Alberni naturopath, Dr. Jeannie Doig.

This program is designed to benefit both beginner and intermediate fitness levels. Everyone welcome.

Future Lole Meet Ups: May 31 and June 28 at 6:30 pm

Guests can register via the Event tab on Walk the Coast’s Facebook Page or just show up. Bring a mat and your friend, daughter, spouse.

For more information please call Sarah Jones, manager, Walk the Coast, at 250-724-6039. Walk the Coast is located at 4574 Elizabeth St. in Port Alberni, between Bare Bones Fish and Chips and Finishing Touches.

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