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Making Scents with Meg Shuba Yoga

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Making Scents with Meg Shuba Yoga

If you have ever strolled with a coffee or jogged around Forsyth Park on Monday and Friday mornings, say around 9 a.m., you’ll notice a unique gathering of people doing yoga near the big palm tree due North of Collins Quarters.  If you’re at the fountain, you’ve gone too far.

In fact, something magical is happening under the Spanish moss this Friday, June 11th from 9 - 10 a.m. at this exact place. Yoga Under The Trees, sponsored by Collins Quarter Forsyth is celebrating its one year anniversary. The yogi mastermind behind it all is, of course, Hygge Savannah’s dear friend, and Connect Savannah’s Best Yoga Instructor 2021, Meg Shuba. We’ll all be out there listening to beautiful live music from singer/songwrite, Levi Moore, as we flow. Brunch and music to follow!

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Living Lighter with Lite Foot Company

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Living Lighter with Lite Foot Company

Katie Rodgers-Hubbard is thinking about taking care of our community too and earlier this year, launched Lite Foot Company (LFC) after five years of navigating her own sustainability journey. I was able to chat with Katie this week in advance of her first pop-up in the courtyard at Hygge on Saturday, April 17th from 1 - 4 p.m.

LFC is your one-stop shop in Savannah (and will be going mobile this summer) for everything you need to survive that typically comes in a plastic bottle.  Katies offerings include a refilling station with about twenty different liquid options (household cleaners, bath products), a variety of other sustainable swaps and even a subscription box to make it easier for those that have no clue where to start.

If you don’t think your individual choices are making a difference, you have more power than you realize. According to United Nations, approximately 70% of total global emissions are from personal purchasing decisions.

 

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