The Love Button Global Movement – a well-known NGO (non-profit organization), has joined forces with SweatNGlow, to provide the First Digital Platform to help everyone with mental health issues manage various issues of their condition, such as feeling anxious and stressed, by learning about and practising Hot Yoga. The co-action also includes encouraging people to take part in the Congressional Yoga Day on Capitol Hill on 30 April, either in person, or online.
SweatNGlow Reaching a Whopping 10 Million Exponents
SweatNGlow is the brain child of a past member of the White House Council of Economic Advisors, Petra Starke. She is now a budding pioneer of hot yoga and is credited with initiating the very first global digital platform for this highly beneficial practise. – Something which is suitable for a large percentage of people, and brings amazing benefits.
SweatNGlow’s trusted center of excellence and its community, comprises over 10 million exponents, and 5,000 studios. It provides the tech tools to assist in empowering a rapidly increasing membership that only got started in 2018 with just 25 founding member studios across America and other parts of the world.
The Love Button Global Movement
The incredible mission set out by the Love Button Global Movement, is to: “Cultivate a culture of love by inspiring our human family to act with loving kindness in our daily lives. Supporters wear the Love Button lapel pin to show their belief in love and its power to transform our world”. This kind of compassion is desperately needed for countless individuals who often suffer due to the sigma of mental health issues, both in the US, and everywhere else. Further, the NGO supports humanitarian and educational programs which can uplift both local and global communities.
The Common Goal
Starke noted that: “Love Button’s message and, in particular, its work through its Integrative Medicine Research and Outreach program is perfectly aligned with SweatNGlow’s commitment to supporting overall patient wellness and healing. Exercising in elevated temperatures has many benefits including [general] well-being, and the treatment of opioid use disorders”.
Exciting Projects in the Works
Now, thanks to this innovative alliance, the two organizations will be able to offer each other promotional and cross marketing support. One of their first key projects is to work with the US Congress to provide the first half-yearly Congressional Yoga Day: a cool, exciting activity for people on all sides of the political spectrum to help bring mindfulness and wellness to Capitol Hill. And from there, it could open the gates via new health policies to help mental health sufferers deal with some of their issues in a more holistic way.
Congressional Yoga Day is set for 30 April. It is entitled “How far do we need to go to be in the present moment? And will commence with an interesting talk given by top physicians and thought leaders, followed by an hour of yoga instruction given by Starke.