Barre-N-Bend (in the ballpark)
Sunday, September 15, 2019
What’s better than some fall weekend yoga or barre? Yoga and barre on the field at Cooley Law School Stadium with The Barre Code East Lansing & MI Hot Yoga! We have kids yoga too!!
Join us (and bring your family!) this September to get stretchy for a good cause. Ticket sales and sponsorships benefit Beat Nb, a national nonprofit supporting childhood cancer research right here in Michigan.
What is Nb?
Neuroblastoma (nb) is a cancer that affects children. It is among the most common childhood tumors, and typically affects kids under five years old. It is not usually diagnosed until the tumor grows and presents symptoms. The majority of childhood neuroblastoma cases are aggressive, showing survival rates of less than 60% with standard chemotherapy, and a disturbing 50% relapse rate. Once relapsed, there is currently no curative treatment, and for those under five years old, the survival rate is less than ten percent. As such, new therapeutic approaches are urgently needed to treat these children.
Most common cancer in infants.
650+ cases per year in the US.
Solid mass cancer (tumor).
Nearly half of kids diagnosed are under two years old.
Nearly half of kids who reach remission relapse.
There is no cure for relapsed neuroblastoma.
Neuroblastoma is one of 12+ types of childhood cancer.
Grab your tickets – or become a sponsor! – below. We’re looking forward to seeing you on the field!
The event’s schedule:
9:30a – day of registration and check in
10:00a – 11:15a – Barre N Bend / Kids Yoga
11:15a – 12:00p – Mimosas!
Registration fee: Early bird rate: $20 adult (includes Barre N Yoga and a complimentary drink ticket) $10 for kids yoga (5 and up).
Location:Cooley Law School Stadium
505 E. Michigan Ave.
Lansing, MI 48912
Contact:Cost: $25 adult $10 kids
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Arika Hundt-Cole
Organizer Phone: 517)881-6468
Organizer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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