Union County is offering a free yoga, meditation class and emotional wellness event for women titled, “The Time is Now,” on Friday evening, June 1, at Union County College, Kellogg Building, 40 W Jersey Street, Elizabeth, Room K-517. The event is part of the free women’s empowerment series conducted through the Office on Women, Department of Human Services Division on Outreach and Advocacy.
“This popular wellness series represents the steady growth of Union County’s recreational and educational programs to embrace new opportunities and activities that contribute to overall health,” said Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados. “I would particularly like to thank Whole Foods and Athleta, Westfield for their support in this endeavor. ”
- A short talk and introduction with time to network.
- Yoga session by Nicole DeAugustine, certified yoga instructor.
- Guided meditation ceremony
“The Time is Now” Yoga and Meditation begins at 6:00 p.m. on June 1, and is expected to conclude at approximately 9:00 p.m.
Please be over the age of 16. If you are not available to make the program, please contact Jennifer Erdos, Office on Women: email@example.com
Attendees should wear comfortable clothing appropriate for yoga, and bring their own yoga mats.
The event is free but space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Register using the form above.
Union County College, Kellogg Building Room K-517 is located at 40 W Jersey Street, Elizabeth. Parking is available at the Bollwage Garage at the Corner of W. Jersey and Elizabethtown Plaza (there is a small fee for this parking).
The Office on Women was created in 2016 as an initiative of Freeholder Bruce H. Bergen. As the first county-based office of its kind in New Jersey, the Office on Women aims to help ensure that women connect with services and programs that enable them to reach their full potential at every stage of their lives, in education, in employment and business, health and in the social fabric of Union County, and to raise awareness of the many contributions that women make to life in Union County.