Fredericksburg Parent

March 2016

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30 Fredericksburg Parent and Family • March 2016 family favorites WRITTEN BY BRENDA SAPANGHILA Dragonfly Yoga This is a monthly column featuring winners and nominees of the 2015 FredParent Family Favorite contest. Dragonfly is devoted to the yoga community with a safe and welcoming place to practice. It is very much a "teaching" studio for all levels from begin- ner to those who have been practicing for years. They are also champions in our community offering FREE classes to veterans and other populations that can greatly benefit from yoga." Nominations for Family Favorites 2016 are happening right NOW! Be sure to nominate your family's favorite businesses on! Voting starts April 1 . Every parent needs a break now and then; a good, solid hour to breathe, stretch, balance, and refocus. That is exactly what Dragonfly Yoga Studio provides and why it was nominated as a Family Favorite in 2015! Just take a look at the amaz- ing feedback it received! Dragonfly Yoga Studio focuses on the individual, as well as the Fredericksburg community as a whole. This is why they launched the Dragonfly Community Donation Program. "Our goal for this program is to address community needs beyond yoga and strengthen the network of non-profits and service organiza- tions that helps keep Fredericksburg such a vibrant place to live and work." The program raises awareness and funds for various non-profits in the area. Past non- profits have included Micah Ecumenical Ministries, The Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank and more. Dragonfly Yoga also offers various community yoga classes for free, or at a reduced rate, to specialized populations in Fredericksburg (chil- dren, senior citizens, veterans, etc.). From prenatal to advanced hot yoga, specialized workshops to instructor certifica- tion, Dragonfly Yoga Studio has a class to meet your skill level and a fantastic staff to encourage and support your progress. Be sure to follow Dragonfly Yoga on its various social media platforms, for information on upcoming classes and events: Facebook: /dragonflyyogafred Twitter: @DragonflyYogaF Instagram: @/dragonflyyogafred YouTube: Dragonfly Yoga Fredericksburg Concerned about your child's development? The Parent Education - Infant Development Program and Child Find can help! Early Intervention Works! You know your child better than anyone. Don't wait to see if your child outgrows a delay. Free developmental screenings are available. Birth - 2 Years Development Areas: Crawling Walking Talking Feeding Contact the Parent Educa- tion - Infant Development Program (PE-ID) of the Rappahannock Area Com- munity Services Board at 540-372-3561(toll-free 877- 268-4169). Ages 3 - 5 Development Areas: Speaking so others under- stand ● Run- ning, jumping, or climbing ● Coloring with crayons ● Lis- tening to stories Contact your local Child Find special education program: Caroline County (804-633-5088) Fredericks- burg City (540-372-1127) King George County (540- 775-8638) Spotsylvania County (540-582-8816, opt. 4) Stafford County (540-658- 6517) "

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