Yoga group sees way to help out family
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Scarlett Whitmore is not even two years old but she is already battling hypotonia, global development delay, cortical vision impairment and sensorineural hearing loss, yet somehow she is still always smiling.
YogaLab yogis have joined forces with Claremont’s Lululemon to hold a special fundraising event for little Scarlett, inviting locals to come down for a session of blindfolded vinyasa and mindfulness meditation.
YogaLab Fremantle director Kellie Patton said all proceeds from the ticket sales would be given to the family to help cover medical bills and treatment costs.
“When we heard about Scarlett and the daily challenges she faces, it was impossible not to want to help,” she said.
“The medical therapy and treatment she receives will be ongoing and expensive, so helping to raise funds, if it takes a bit of pressure off in that regard, is the least we could do.
“The event will be an opportunity for people to appreciate their sense of sight and hearing and have a small glimpse into what Scarlett calls reality on a daily basis.”
The Attitude for Gratitude event is at YogaLab Fremantle on September 29.
Tickets are $30 and can be purchased from www.trybooking.com/RRBD.