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Beginning on September 15, The Pilates Project will host “Pilates Against Pollution” – a donation only Pilates class. Studio owner Sandi Vilacoba is volunteering her studio space, time, and expertise to raise awareness about coastal issues and funds for the American Littoral Society.
Pilates Against Pollution classes will be held every Saturday at 11 a.m. The Pilates Project studio is located at 560K River Rd, Fair Haven, NJ.
“I am excited and proud to partner with the Littoral Society on “Pilates Against Pollution” and invite the public to support a healthy environment while building a healthy body,” Vilacoba said. “Protections for our ocean and beaches – hard won through generations of advocacy – are under threat. The American Littoral Society is a smart and tireless champion for coastal environments, whether through legislative work on Capitol Hill or youth education programs on Sandy Hook, and I want to support their cause.”
The core mission of the Littoral Society is to promote the study and conservation of marine life and habitat, protect the coast from harm, and empower others to do the same. The Society has been headquartered on Sandy Hook since 1961.
“The Littoral Society is proud to partner with The Pilates Project on an effort that combines caring for the coast with caring for the human body,” said Tim Dillingham, Executive Director of the American Littoral Society. “It’s the perfect synergy, an exercise program that helps us continue our work protecting and preserving the coast.”
To schedule your participation in a Pilates Against Pollution class, go to http://thepilatesproject.net/book-a-session/.