Pittsburgh Norml and Pittsburgh Norml Women’s Alliance are happy to bring you Nature’s Way Yoga starting 4/22/17 at 3PM at Island Underground Studios.
Tickets will be $20 for a one hour class and that will also include a one year membership to our organizations. Get tickets here: https://squareup.com/store/pittsburgh-norml/
This will be a beginners class and open to anyone who would like to attend to enhance their spirituality and physical awareness taught by our qualified Yogi. The class is 1 hour long. There will be mellow music to accompany your trainer brought to you by Rastafarisaac
As any other of our events we never encourage cannabis use as it is still considered illegal in PA but what you do on your own time is none of our business. Below is an article for your info about the subject: High Yoga: Does Weed Have a Place in Your Yoga Practice? – http://www.yogiapproved.com/yoga/high-yoga-is-it-for-you/
Complimentary bottled water will also be available. Bring your own towel and a mat or we will have some for sale on our web store as an option and then they would be available day of event.
There will also be an informative public meeting on cannabis reform immediately following the event that you are also welcome to stay for.
We invite all of our friends and supporters to join us for a free “expungement workshop.”
Patrick K. Nightingale of #PKNLaw – Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Attorneys and Executive Director of Pittsburgh NORML, will be discussing PA Expungement law and what rights you have to remove certain criminal charges from your criminal history.
If you have a marijuana related charge on your record and you are curious if it can be expunged come and we will give you free and direct legal advice.
Please share this with anyone you know that may have interest in this valuable workshop.
(Expungement (also called “expunction”) is a court-ordered process in which the legal record of an arrest or a criminal conviction is “sealed,” or erased in the eyes of the law. When a conviction is expunged, the process may also be referred to as “setting aside a criminal conviction.”
The availability of expungement, and the procedure for getting an arrest or conviction expunged, will vary according to the state or county in which the arrest or conviction occurred.)