Bikram Yoga White Rock owners will host a fundraiser for BC Children’s Hospital in honour of their granddaughter

White Rock yoga studio to fundraise for BC Children’s Hospital

Bikram Yoga White Rock will celebrate six years of business on Saturday and will hold an open house and classes by donation.

The owners of a White Rock yoga studio will be holding a fundraiser Nov. 23 in support of BC Children’s Hospital.

Bikram Yoga White Rock will celebrate six years of business on Saturday and will hold an open house and classes by donation.

Owners Jai Braithwaite and wife Sandy will donate proceeds to the hospital’s oncology department in honour of their granddaughter, Jaidyn, who completed 2½ years of treatment for leukemia last month.

The open house will be on from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be a kids class (with no heat) from 1-2 p.m. for six to 12 year olds and 90-minute adult classes throughout the day. There will be door prizes, as well as a grand prize of a one-year unlimited yoga membership.

For more, visit www.bikramyogawhiterock.com

 

 

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