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Yoga for a Cause

The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation  has announced the launch of the annual Stretch for the Cause Yoga Festival at the Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa. For it's inaugural year it is happening on Sunday, October 13, 2013 from 3-6 p.m. The HRRF is a Houston-based non-profit organization serving uninsured and under-insured men, women, and children who cannot afford reconstructive surgery after undergoing cancer treatment.

All of Houston is invited to experience The Houstonian’s beautiful outdoor meadow pavilion rain or shine while stretching for a cause, outdoor pop up boutiques will be available for shopping, raw food snacks will be on hand and refreshing fresh pressed juices and smoothies for sipping. 

Yoga class schedule:

            3:00 – 3:30      Acro Yoga Demo with Marizol Cabrera and partner  

            3:30 – 4:00      Chanting with Andrew Dugas

            4:00 – 5:30      Multi-level Yoga class with Rie Congelio

            5:30 – 6:00      Seated Meditation with AchimFassbender


Participants can register online at: https://holly-rose-ribbon-yoga.eventbrite.com

Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation yoga mats will be available for purchase at the event.


Sponsors for the event include:

The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa

Utopia Med Spa

Trellis Spa

The Jewelry Project by Elizabeth Irvine

ABOUT THE HOLLY ROSE RIBBON FOUNDATION:  Formed by Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose and silhouette artist Cindi Rose to honor the memory of Cindi’s sister, Holly Harwood Skolkin, who battled stage 4 cancer with courage and love, The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation 501 (c) (3) (formerly named the Rose Ribbon Foundation) has helped over 100 under and uninsured men, women and children with critical illness and cancer by providing reconstructive surgery, wigs, permanent eyebrows, education, outreach, cancer prevention, alternative treatments, and other means of support when requested, world-wide.

SCHOLARSHIP AWARD PROGRAM: The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation scholarship award program benefiting students who have lost a parent due to breast cancer. The scholarship will be awarded to fulltime students attending The University of Houston. The first scholarship to be awarded is scheduled to happen at the end of this year 2013.