Events

Sep
7
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Sep 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Sep
14
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Sep 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Sep
21
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Sep 21 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Sep
28
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Oct
5
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Oct
12
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Oct 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Oct
19
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Oct
26
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Nov
2
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.

Nov
9
Mon
Yoga on the Lawn @ Happy Trails Education Center
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us on the lawn of the Happy Trails Education Center
for our weekly Yoga Class!

Now Each Monday at 6pm

Suggested $7 minimum donation, and all proceeds to benefit Happy Trails animals!

Enjoy the amazing benefits of this ancient practice while supporting the animals of Happy Trails. Suggested minimum donation of $7 at the door. Grab your mat and we’ll see you there! Want to help us spread the word? Print this Yoga Flier to hang in your local coffee shop or library.

Corrie Maresh headshot (2)About the Instructor…Corrie first tried yoga in 2005, but it wasn’t for several years later that yoga really found her. After a serious illness in 2010, a physical therapist recommended yoga. She was amazed to discover, not only the physical benefits of yoga, but the powerful mental and emotional healing properties as well. She was hooked and wanted nothing more than to share the transformative benefits of yoga with others.
Corrie studied Yoga at Cleveland Yoga and is 200 hr certified teacher with The Yoga Alliance. She currently teaches yoga at Fit for Hope in Rocky River, The Streetboro Parks and Recreation Department and holds occasional classes for non-profits in North East Ohio.
In addition to Yoga, Corrie has a great passion for animals. Ever Since she was a small child she felt a deep connection with animals. Her household was always filled with pets and as an adult she has dedicated much of her spare time to animal welfare causes and is an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Summit County. Corrie and her husband Pete have an wonderful Cocker Spaniel Rescue named Van and are currently fostering a sweet little Yorkie mix named, Raja.
Last year Corrie visited the Happy Trails Farm Sanctuary and was so touched by the wonderful stories that she decided she wanted to help in some way. By sharing her love of yoga she will help you build strength, increase flexibility and find focus all while helping animals in need.
Her classes are Vinyasa based, meaning breath is linked to movement. They are moderately paced so you will learn the fundamental Yoga postures and principles that create a successful and effective yoga practice. They are great classes for all levels, including beginners.