SHEFFIELD’S Peak Yoga Studio is supporting two of Sheffield’s best loved charities as part of its holistic approach to good health.
The Ecclesall Road studio gives its space for free, the teacher gives their time for free and the client chooses a donation amount that they are willing or can afford to pay from £3 to £50.
And the money raised will be split equally between St Luke’s Hospice and the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity.
“This is an inspiring way to raise money for both St Luke’s and the Children’s Hospital,” said St Luke’s Corporate Fundraising Manager Jack Kidder.
“We are delighted that the team at Peak Yoga Studios and their clients are supporting us in this way.”
Lucy Rathbone, Regional Fundraiser at The Children’s Hospital Charity added: “We’re so thankful to the team at Peak Studio who are giving their time and facilities for free to support two amazing causes.
“Please give if you can, every penny raised for Sheffield Children’s Hospital will help us build a better future for our young patients for generations to come.”
Will Howe of Peak Yoga Studio commented: “I’m excited to launch the Karma Yoga classes.
“The Children’s Hospital and St Lukes are two charities that are close to my heart, alongside many here in Sheffield, and I am looking forward to supporting them in any way we can.”
To find out more about Peak Yoga Studios and have to support their charity initiative visit www.peakstudio.co.uk