Every Body Balance, the boutique yoga, barre, spin, Pilates, boot camp and core cardio studio, launched registration for the fitness studio’s Spin-a-thon and Yoga-a-thon to raise money for the Pan-Mass Challenge.
The Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) is an annual bike-a-thon that raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the world. This cycling fundraiser was born in 1980 and became the most successful cycling fundraiser in the world within a decade. Today, the Pan-Mass Challenge raises more money as a single event than any other event in the country. $45 million was raised just last year
On July 23 from 11AM to 4PM, individual cyclists and yogis from the Greater Boston and MetroWest areas will come together with the collective goal of raising funds to support adult and pediatric patient care and cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Many participants do so in honor of a family member or friend lost to or being treated for cancer. Every dollar raised goes directly to Dana-Farber.
The Spin-a-thon will be held at Every Body Balance at 162 Cordaville Road in Southborough, and the Yoga-a-thon will be held at EBB’s 155 Boston Road location.
Owner and President Susan Erdman is proud to be giving back on behalf of her studio. “Our mission for the studio is to offer a welcoming environment for everyone to achieve their personal fitness and wellness goals. So we’re proud to be able to help others contribute to the fight against cancer.”