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Stay Happy & Healthy With the Levitt Shell’s New Health & Wellness Series

Photo: Sumits Yoga

The Levitt Shell has blessed us with opportunities to lose ourselves in the music, and it’s no surprise that, amidst a pandemic, they’re helping us find our happy place, even if it’s just in our minds and bodies. They’ve joined forces with the Baptist medical network and local experts to launch a new series of virtual events that are centered around mental and physical wellness—and you can tune in all month long.

“The Levitt Shell’s mission is to build community through music and education in a historic space for all Memphians,” said Levitt Shell Executive Director Natalie Wilson. “But we also believe that as a public gathering space, we have an ethical responsibility to the health of our community, especially during a global pandemic.”

From calling upon fitness experts to host virtual classes to bringing local foodies and food experts on their platform to share healthy recipes that you (and ya kids) will enjoy, the Levitt Shell is doing what they can to ensure we’re tending to things that matter, our health and wellbeing.

The lineup of virtual events is as follows:

  • August 8: Morning Yoga and Pilates, in partnership with Sumits Yoga (11:15AM)
  • August 9:  ‘Mental Fitness’, in partnership with Art of Living Foundation (3PM)
  • August 15: Morning Yoga and Pilates, in partnership with Sumits Yoga (11:15AM)
  • August 16: In partnership with Edible Memphis: Food Science 4 Kids (3PM)
  • August 22: Morning Yoga and Pilates, in partnership with Sumits Yoga (11:15AM)
  • August 23: ‘Mental Fitness, in partnership with Art of Living Foundation (3PM)
  • August 29: Morning Yoga and Pilates, in partnership with Sumits Yoga (11:15AM)
  • August 30: In partnership with Edible Memphis: Sad to Sol (3PM)

All events will be streamed through Facebook live and other platforms to help make a healthy lifestyle accessible for all. If you are interested in sponsoring an upcoming class or have another idea for programming, please contact Lauren Veline.

And if you like what you see, let them know by donating to the Shell so they can continue in their mission of providing free programming to build the community.

Keep an eye out for more of their programming on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.

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