A YOGATHON FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS
Sunday 15th September 2019
What is Luminosity?
Luminosity is a vibrant, fun 2 hour yogathon to raise awareness and funds for research into Endometriosis, a condition affecting 1 in 10 women in the prime of their lives! Create your own yoga event and encourage supporters to help you reach your target. Join yogis and studios across the nation as they tune in to the live streamed yogathon event from the 29th of July! Be a part of this fun & informative Australia-wide event and together, let’s shine a light on endometriosis.
How to get involved!
Join other yogis and studios across the nation as they host special endo-aware yogathon events in their homes, studios, parks and workplaces, to raise funds and awareness for Endometriosis. This all-inclusive event is open to all, not just those with endo, and it aims to raise awareness with a specially curated endo-aware yoga program that is suitable for all ages, and levels of ability.
For studios: Host your own speciality endo-aware class by adapting an existing class or creating a one off event! Use our toolkit of customisable posters, flyers, info sheets to promote your event and gather inspiration from our the specially curated endo-aware yoga program that will be released in the lead up to the event.
Hit your first $100 and to have your logo included as a supporter on our website and the top fundraiser will receive a shout out across our social media community of 30k strong!
For any enquires or logo submissions please contact email@example.com.
1 in 10 Women of childbearing age have ENDOMETRIOSIS
176 Million Women Worldwide have ENDOMETRIOSIS
There is NO CURE
ENDOMETRIOSIS cannot be PREVENTED
TEENAGERS are not too young to have ENDOMETRIOSIS
ENDOMETRIOSIS does not always cause infertiltiy
PERIOD PAIN is not normal
A HYSTERECTOMY does not cure ENDOMETRIOSIS
Getting PREGNANT does not cure ENDOMETRIOSIS
ENDOMETRIOSIS can only be correctly diagnosed via Surgical Intervention
Pain levels are not related to the extent of damage caused by the disease
ENDOMETRIOSIS is not an STI. You cannot catch it.