giving it back, ivivva yoga mat program

With the holiday season upon us, we here at ivivva wanted to take some time to reflect on the true spirit of the season. The holidays are about more than receiving - it’s truly a time to give back.

So this year, for every mat sold between Nov. 29 - Dec. 31, ivivva will match the purchase by donating the gift of yoga to a deserving girl.

We know that gifts come in many different forms and sizes and your purchase will not only result in us donating an identical mat but also teaching yoga classes to girls in communities across Canada and the US.

Want to know more about the rad organizations we’re working with? Learn more below:

Ryan Lier helps out with scorpio pose

Photo courtesy: Vinyasa for Youth

Vinyasa Yoga For Youth > 

Vinyasa Yoga for Youth's vision is to empower youth locally and globally in a fun and engaging way. (Saskatchewan, Canada)

KidSafe > 

KidSafe provides nurturing safe havens for vulnerable inner city children when schools are traditionally closed. (Vancouver, Canada)

Joffrey Ballet >

The Joffrey Ballet is committed to providing arts education and accessible dance training through its Joffrey Academy of Dance and Community Engagement programs. (Chicago, ILL, USA)

Whitney Elementary >

A public elementary school, focused on providing accessible education and community engagement programs to kids in Las Vegas. (Las Vegas, NV, USA)

Girls Inc >

Girls Inc. of Orange County gives opportunities for girls to develop individual potential, break past serious obstacles and lead a healthy, educated, and successful life. (Orange County, CA, USA)

She >

Shaping Her Esteem (SHE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the health and well being of young women. (Toronto, Canada)

Share with us:

If you're giving or receiving the gift of yoga, share with us how you're #ivivvaGivingIt back. Snap a pic doing your favourite pose on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #ivivvaGivingIt.

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Awesome!

Comment by Elizabeth — January 20, 2014 @ 3:54 pm


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