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Renaissance Pilates Hosts Ode to the Moon

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Business

Celebrating the Ode to the Moon are, from left, Danielle Bucellato, owner of Renaissance Pilates, Lauren Brajer of 180 Turning Lives Around and yoga instructor Eleonora Zampatti.
--Photo by Franco Frassetti

Published on August 29, 2014 with No Comments

 

Celebrating the Ode to the Moon are, from left, Danielle Bucellato, owner of Renaissance Pilates, Lauren Brajer of 180 Turning Lives Around and yoga instructor Eleonora Zampatti. --Photo by Franco Frassetti

Celebrating the Ode to the Moon are, from left, Danielle Bucellato, owner of Renaissance Pilates, Lauren Brajer of 180 Turning Lives Around and yoga instructor Eleonora Zampatti.
–Photo by Franco Frassetti

RED BANK ­– Renaissance Pilates hosted Ode to the Moon, a yoga event to benefit 180 Turning Lives Around Inc., on Aug. 25 at its 8 E. Front St. studio. The class, led by Eleonora, Rakinidevi Goddess of the Moon, focused on nurturing creativity and finding inner strength.

Celebrating the Ode to the Moon are, from left, Danielle Bucellato, owner of Renaissance Pilates, Lauren Brajer of 180 Turning Lives Around and yoga instructor Eleonora Zampatti.

–Photo by Franco Frassetti

Vocalist Allison la Rochelle and guitarist Tristan Garrity performed for the crowd.

Renaissance Pilates will hold this fundraising event every month, beginning Monday, Sept. 22, to benefit 180 Turning Lives around, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending domestic and sexual violence in the community.

 

 

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