Also on the page is a link for participants to donate to teachers and home studios during Yonder Yoga's temporary closure.
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"We want you all to have your yoga during this stressful time, so our online classes are free for the time being," reads a message on the studio's Instagram. "However, if you wish to make a donation to support your teachers and your home studio, we have a link on our Vimeo page where you can submit your donation of any amount you choose. We will take 10% of all proceeds and donate them to our local Salvation Army food bank to help those in even greater need through this difficult time."
Additionally, Yonder Yoga is selling customized at-home practice kits, which can be sent to metro Atlanta homes for a $15 delivery fee.
"For just $15, our Retail Manager, Teacher, and fashionista @chels_gully will craft an individualized at-home yoga kit including apparel, accessories, mats, and more. Hand-delivered to your door, you choose what to keep and what to return," read a post on social media.