We want you to Stretch for Grapevine!

Above: Grapevine volunteers, Edie Weiss, Debbie Knight, Kathy Farren-Price and Magella Gibbs, join in the run at the 2019 ‘Stretch for Grapevine’ event.

Last year, Caneland Central set the Australian record for the largest yoga class held in a shopping centre. This year during Queensland Mental Health Week (4-11 October), the centre’s Stretch for Grapevine yoga class will be streamed online, to support Grapevine Group.

As a COVID-19 precaution, this year’s 40-minute beginner’s yoga class will be broadcasted on Facebook Live, on the Caneland Central Facebook page, and will take place on Saturday, 10 October at 7am.

The community are invited to join Mackay Mayor, Greg Williamson in the beginner’s yoga lesson, which will be led by Liz Eales, owner of the local yoga studio, Yoga Fix.

Customers can preregister online and the first 300 people to register will receive a free yoga mat courtesy of Big W. Participants will also be in the running to win amazing prizes and a Caneland Central gift voucher.

Fundraising efforts will contribute to Grapevine providing of 500 safeTALK suicide prevention training places. Customers can donate when they pre-register for the session or during the Facebook Live event. Caneland Central will match the public’s donations, up to the value of $1,500.

For more information and to register for Stretch for Grapevine, visit the Centre website www.canelandcentral.com.au or follow their Facebook page www.facebook.com/CanelandCentral

Event details:
Stretch for Grapevine Facebook Live Event
Saturday 10 October from 7am to 8am
Caneland Central Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/canelandcentral/
To register: https://www.canelandcentral.com.au/whats-new/events/2020/october-2020/stretch-for-grapevine/

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