As the sun rose over the crisp horizon at the Edgewater Beach and Cabana Club, a community gathered together.
On June 29, 2018 a community affected by tragic loss came together in unity, eager to stand beside the Tigger House Foundation. Our mission to make a positive impact by eliminating heroin and opiate abuse gained awareness when nearly one hundred community members practiced yoga on the beach.
The Stavola family greeted nearly one hundred participants with a morning prayer. In remembrance of Tigger, Lisa and Rick Stavola’s beloved son, who was lost to a heroin overdose at age twenty five–we prayed for all of the families and victims of the heroin and opioid epidemic.
We followed the flow of Monmouth County’s best professional instructors. The wind blew a brisk breeze off of the waves that lapped onto the pristine beach at Edgewater Beach and Cabana Club. Everyone from beginner to well-seasoned yoga veteran engaged in one zen hour of meditative exercise.
To cool off, participants enjoyed a complimentary water bar from pure intentions–fruit and other refreshments. Members of the Tigger House Team offered complimentary yoga matts and our new athletic apparel flew off the shelf. Our custom Tigger House bracelets made a huge splash– offering a selection of luxe gemstones, fine silver, rose gold and 14 Karat Gold. Volunteers worked hard to make the event a success and are truly the backbone of our growing foundation.
Check out the drone footage of the event–captured by Colosus media Group.
Go to ‘Events’ and click the ‘Yoga for a Cause’ Tab.
The Tigger House Team