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#iSPYtogether Summer Challenge

Date/Time

Jun 01, 2020 to Aug 31, 2020
12:00 AM until 11:45 PM

Description

We’re in this together! We’re experiencing a shift in the world together, and together we can keep each other healthy and connected in the process.   Keep yourself moving and breathing and encourage others to do the same by joining the #iSPYtogether Summer Challenge! By participating, you are not only showing up for yourself, but you are supporting the SPY community as a whole. Let’s do this thing together!   GOAL = 50 points per week   10 points for each yoga or meditation class at SPY or Spry or any workshop (virtual or in person) 5 points for each SPY/Spry Video on Demand class you take 10 points for a pre/post practice social media post on Facebook or Instagram 20 points for each new person you refer to SPY 2 points each for logging: 15-minute meditation, a nourishing meal, a phone call or FaceTime with a loved one, 15-minute walk, and 15 minutes of journaling, and drinking enough water.   All yogis who reach the weekly 50 point goal will be put in a drawing for a prize EACH WEEK! The person with the MOST points at the end of the challenge will win the grand prize: a 2-pack of Virtual Private Classes with SPY Owner Kate Doran.   Points will be self-tracked on an app, and you will receive that information once you enroll.   $20 challenge entry for unlimited pass holders $275 challenge entry + unlimited yoga June-August    

Cost

$20 Challenge Entry | $275 Challenge Entry + Unlimited Yoga

Location

View map Savannah Power Yoga
7360 Skidaway Rd
Unit J-3
Savannah, GA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Savannah Power Yoga

Phone

912-349-2756

Contact name

Maggie Cunningham

Contact email

programs@savannahpoweryoga.com

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