Twin sisters Leanne Sternalski-Goodman and Daniella Sternalski-Gobey will courageous searing temperatures dressed as dinosaurs for a livestreamed yoga session to boost money for cats in want.
The 35-year-olds had been impressed by Ralph the Rex, a Facebook web page the place individuals costume up in dinosaur costumes and do humorous actions, and have beforehand accomplished a dino dance-off and dino exercise.
“It’s honest to say that we’ve got what we name a silly sense of humour and it tickled us,’ stated Leanne.
That sense of humour has already pushed the fundraising co-ordinators to boost tons of of kilos for Cats Protection’s East Surrey Branch and so they have set a goal of £250 for this problem.
“We do it for the cats and to have a little bit of enjoyable on the identical time,’ stated Leanne. “We additionally thought this would possibly carry a smile to many faces, particularly throughout the pandemic. We all want a little bit of enjoyable and we’ll be elevating cash for Cats Protection whereas doing it. Win-win.”
Dino yoga would require a degree of common health and, with temperatures nonetheless excessive, the pair from Surrey will must be carefully monitored throughout the session, beginning at noon on 24 Saturday July.
Leanne stated: “We each have good health ranges as we recurrently go the fitness center, swim and attend on-line coaching periods, however we don’t often do yoga. We’re utilizing this week for a last push to verify we’re as acquainted with the yoga poses as doable as we’ll want audio queues as a result of it may be arduous to see in these fits.
“For well being and security causes we’re limiting the session to half-hour because it will get actually scorching in these fits. We’ll be underneath the watchful eye of Rachel from Rebalance Online as she guides us by our yoga session.”
Daniella adopted her 17-year-old cat Misty Moo from Cats Protection. “She nonetheless likes to play and has turn into a little bit of a star throughout lockdown,’ Daniella stated. “She joins in with my work conferences and purrs so loudly that my colleagues can hear her.”
“She sulks should you don’t say whats up to her once you stroll in and he or she has by no means as soon as bitten, scratched or hissed at anybody. If you do one thing she doesn’t like, she walks away and she is going to bide her time to get her personal manner should you inform her off.”
The dino yoga livestream will probably be out there to observe through the East Surrey Branch’s Facebook web page: https://www.fb.com/CREScatsprotection and the department’s YouTube channel.
Donations are invited at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cpeastsurreydinoyoga
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