Charity Prenatal Class to benefit Walk for Hope

  • Simply Yoga 93 Trapelo Road Belmont, MA, 02478 United States

Om Births is Walking for Hope!

Donation Prenatal Yoga class to benefit RESOLVE New England

At Om Births we often only see people after they have conceived or given birth to their little ones, but many of us know someone who has struggled to get to this stage of being a parent, or perhaps you personally have experienced fertility treatments.

At Om Births we support the entire Parenting experience, from conception through those first few years of life and adjustment. As such we are walking as a team in RESOLVE New England's Walk of Hope on September 18th from the Ednicott Estate in Dedham. 
As part of our fundraising and karma yoga efforts, we are offering a Charity Prenatal Yoga class at Simply Yoga in Belmont on Saturday September 10th at 11am with our very own May Lee Tjoa. All proceeds from this class will go to support the Om Births team walking in the Walk of Hope the following Sunday.

We hope you will join us for class at our new Belmont space and help support us and RESOLVE New England in helping support Moms and Dads looking to expand their families.

RESOLVE’s Walk of Hope is a signature fundraising event: one morning to walk one mile to unite one community. The Walk of Hope recognizes the many ways in which families are built, supports local support services and programs for the 7.3 million women and men living with infertility, and raises public understanding of how the disease of infertility impacts families nationwide.

The Walk of Hope is being held in several locations across the country. Funds raised from the Walk supports RESOLVE programming including support groups, the most up to date online information, public awareness initiatives, and advocacy efforts to ensure family building options are available to all!

The name "Walk of Hope" embodies the emotion that most people living with infertility feel. The Walk of Hope is an event that represents the infertility journey—a series of small steps, each one filled with hope and a reminder that no one should walk on this journey alone.