APRIL 2021 Newsletter

  • Published: April 02, 2021 @ 8:58 PM
April Newsletter

We are GRATEFUL for your support: Wandro & Associates, Connor Delaney, Ariel Pleva & Mid National Aquatics, Jessie McBroom, The Side Garage, Aveda Institute Staff & Students, Michelle Clark, Jeff & Kelli Schulz, Carrie Gosnell, Noemi Saenz & MMC Corp Foundation, Beth Gookin, Alicia Economos, those who come to yoga, cook meals, share about us, and a special HUGE thanks to our board of directors. Sorry if we missed your name, THANK YOU so much for believing in GVM


Virtual Yoga! Saturday 8AM Good Vibes YouTube:

April 15th Fundraising Dinner to benefit Good Vibes Movement: Register here

We believe everyone deserves to eat. If you love cooking & want to help us feed our neighborhood - sign up in the link!


Yoga & Chakras: Fundraising Workshop for Good Vibes Movement

Beginning April 6th, on the first Tuesday of each month Ofelia will lead a yoga workshop as a fund raising event for the Good Vibes Movement, replacing her usual Esoteric Tantric Yoga class.

Everyone is welcome - no previous yoga experience needed.

During this event we will learn unique information and practices about the 7 main chakras and 3 of the most important secondary chakras.

Hear from Ofelia about the workshop, "The 7 chakras are our main gates towards the universe. Each of them influences our body, our emotions, the way we think and our spiritual development. Every yoga pose energizes at least one of the chakras, and In this way helps us improve at multiple levels. The connection between yoga poses and chakras is usually kept secret. Come and experience a yoga session based on this connection. Also learn about resonance as the main law that controls everything in our life."

Find the event link here -


Free clothing market to begin in April

We have started a clothing closet! We accept donations that are clean, gently used, and on a hanger. You can drop off at ANY GVM class.
Beginning April 3rd (12-2) we will host Saturday clothing pop-ups in front of Good Vibes Movement, providing free clothing to those that need them. Each pop up will be a carefully curated selection of clothing, with an intention that "shoppers" feel respected and seen.

If you think you have something you could donate, please email for more information!

This beautiful endeavor is in collaboration with Zakariyah Hill, The Supply Hive and Megan Evans, A.S.O.M.E.


Rhyme Right Shine Bright: a Hip Hop based Literacy Program

This fresh creative outlet is open to 5th-12th graders and will culminate in public performance at the Des Moines Arts Festival.

In an effort to support Emmett and the young learners, we're asking for your help in providing snacks!

Use the link below!


We want to extend the warmest thank you to Anousith Macvillay for preparing not only a delicious meal, but truly a captivating experience for all of our guests in an effort to benefit the community gardens.


NEW: yoga with Ben at Surety Hotel

We've partnered up with our friends at Surety Hotel to bring you Saturday morning yoga in Des Moines' newest digs. We're only here a few times, so make sure to RSVP right away! Yoga is 9:30-10:30AM

Stick around the hotel after yoga & catch some brunch at Mulberry Street Tavern.




Published: April 02, 2021 @ 8:58 PM