July 11, 2021 @ 8:00AM — August 22, 2021 @ 9:00AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
100% of the registrations and donations will benefit AALV.
Fifth Annual Karma Yoga to benefit AALV
Sunday, July 11 | 8am - 9am Outdoors with Heidi Kvasnak
Sunday, July 25 | 8am - 9am Outdoors with Andrea Trombley
Sunday, August 8 | 8am - 9am Outdoors with Heather Link
Sunday, August 22 | 8am - 9am Outdoors with Heather Link
*please bring your own yoga mat for the class.
Event is by donation; Suggested amount is $20, however all are welcome :) You can make an online donation at the bottom right of this page, or donate by cash or check made out to All Souls at the door.
All Souls Interfaith Gathering, Heather Link, Heidi Bock, and Andrea Trombley come together to announce the fifth year of Karma Yoga!
Please register in advance to let us know you will be joining us.
This class is by donation with 100% of the proceeds going to AALV (aalv-vt.org), a Vermont organization based in Burlington that helps New Americans in cultivating hope, dignity, and independence in our community. AALV helps new Americans from all parts of
the world gain independence in their new communities through a range of
integration services, including bridging case management, workforce
development, behavioral health awareness, and interpreter services
programming. With support from our multicultural, multilingual staff,
our clients are able to smoothly transition to living and working in
About Our Instructors:
Heidi Kvasnak, E-RYT 500
Heidi is a graduate of the University of Vermont, experienced yoga instructor, reiki master and former business owner of Yoga Roots. A 500-hour certified yoga instructor and 300 hour advanced teacher of Yoga Therapy, she has trained in multiple modalities including therapeutic restorative yoga, somatic movement, yoga nidra, and energy work. She is a Yoga Therapist in training with the Kripalu School of Integrative Yoga Therapy currently pursuing an 800 hour certification.
Dr. Andrea Trombley PT helps her patients get back to their active lifestyle, reducing aches, pains and stress. She uses her expertise in both Physical Therapy and Therapeutic Yoga to achieve results that keep her patients doing the things they love most. Her expertise is in helping adults, especially women over 50, with back, neck, shoulder, hip and the pelvic floor problems. Adults who have been active for many years have aches and pains that can keep them from the activities they love. Dr. Trombley teaches adults how to use yoga and safe exercise to help move through these challenges and get her patients active again without the fear of re-injury.
Heather has been practicing yoga in many styles since 2000, during her first year of medical school. Having spent most of her life dancing, movement has long been the way she makes sense of the world. She became a RYT 200 in 2019, completing her training at Yoga Roots in Shelburne, VT. Heather loves that yoga practice allows her to find something unexpected, a different feeling and perspective than when she started. She works to provide this environment and experience for her students. Currently Heather finds that a faster paced Vinyasa is the way to fly, but is ever learning that the gentler and slower paces call to her as well. In her spare time she is a practicing pediatrician with the University of Vermont, mom of two, wife of one, dedicated skier, and devoted dog wrangler.