Join myself and fellow acu-punks @acuchanchan and @treetopsandraindrops over the next two days in raising funds for The Red Cross fire relief efforts. 50% of all revenues will be donated. Come get poked by me at @heartandhandsyyj Wednesday morning 10am-2pm.
Tuesdays Schedule. Come get sweaty with us 💦😜
🔹6:30am HOT Yoga Rise & Shine
🔹7:45am HOT Deep Stretch & Relaxation
🔹9:15am HOT Burning Butts 🔹9:45am HOT Amazing Arms
🔹12:00pm Reduced Heat Beginners & Beyond
🔹4:30pm HOT Power Core 🔹5:45pm HOT Barre Flow
🔹7:00pm Zumba 🔹8:15pm HOT Deep Stretch & Relaxation
Isata's story: When little girls ditch wedding dresses for school dresses
We all know that little girls should be in school dresses, not wedding dresses.
But when Isatu was ten years old she was almost sold into marriage. She was bright, clever, and a prefect in school.
But for her impoverished parents, with little money, and so many other children to look after, selling Isatu into marriage seemed like the only solution. “I was so very young. Too young,” Isatu says sadly.
But Isatu beat the odds. She was brave enough to stand up for herself and refuse the marriage. She said no. Isatu was supported by her teachers at school who convinced her parents that their daughter deserved to stay in school. So she did.
Until two years ago when her father passed away. And Isatu was forced to drop out of school. From the tender age of ten Isatu had already proved she was a force to be reckoned with.
She had big dreams, and she knew education would help her realise them. We agreed with her. And last year we selected Isatu to become a One Girl scholar.
Our scholarships focus on some of the most vulnerable girls, who are full of potential. Girls with dreams, who we know will become women with vision.
And that’s the reason why Do It In A Dress exists. Because when you put on a school dress and raise money, girls just like Isatu can wear a school dress too.