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  • Sanctuary Yoga Austin
    Underneath a canopy of oak trees stands Sanctuary Yoga, a space so peaceful and beautiful it's been used as a wedding venue and photo-shoot location, as well as a place to practice healing yoga in close-knit intimate classes. Unlike chain studios or soulless big-box yoga warehouses, Sanctuary Yoga is purely nonprofit, with all proceeds going toward the Amala Foundation's youth camps and service projects for refugee and immigrant children. Each instructor on the staff draws from a unique personal journey and professional experiences while teaching yoga, from philosophy degrees and certifications in Oriental Medicine to backgrounds in surfing, acrobatics, and dance. Clients work alongside new friends, and fellow yoga practitioners build their mind and body with a diverse schedule of classes, from the soothing, gentle Vinyasa Flow or Kundalini, which incorporates live music that might include sounds of Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, or whales rapping.
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    1006 South 8th Street
    Austin, TX US
  • Austin Pets Alive
    APA shelters FeLV-positive cats in individual enclosures so that they can live out the remainder of their lives in comfort, without the risk of infecting other animals. Infected felines cannot live in normal shelters due to the contagious nature of their illness, so they must move either to specialized shelters or adoptive homes. APA requires additional funding to build more cat enclosures for FeLV-positive cats, with the goal to prevent unnecessary euthanasia.
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    2807 Manchaca Rd
    Austin, TX US
  • Miracle Foundation
    The Miracle Foundation (TMF) empowers orphans in India to reach their full potential, one child at a time.
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    1506 W 6th St
    Austin, TX US
  • The Trail Foundation
    While standing on the balcony of a hotel in London, Lady Bird Johnson and Ann Butler, the wife of Austin’s mayor, admired the green trail that follows the Thames. The scene inspired them to hatch a plan to beautify their own waterways. Over the next three decades, in partnership with local garden clubs, they planted trees and flowers along the polluted shores of Lady Bird Lake, undoing centuries of damage from the flooding of the Colorado River. Now the trail receives 1.5 million visitors each year and creates an oasis among Austin's skyscrapers and streets. The Trail Foundation implements improvements to the trail’s infrastructure and environment while honoring the vision of its founders. The foundation has built tree groves, landscape lighting, and a bathroom that reduces overall maintenance costs and blends into the natural environment without the use of an invisibility cloak.
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    2201 Veterans Drive
    Austin, TX US
  • Capitol Complex Visitors Center
    For a substantial history lesson on the great state of Texas, you’ve got to visit the capitol complex, and no tour of the capitol is complete without seeing the visitors’ center, which is the oldest state building in Texas. This impressive limestone structure offers a state history museum to browse, free of charge. In addition, a gift shop is available for all of your Lone Star State postcards and keepsakes. The family friendly environment is host to multiple exhibits throughout the year, and the staff works to keep kids interested and engaged in the presentations. Remember to swing by the information desk to find out about great local attractions and eateries that you won’t want to miss.
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    112 E 11th St
    Austin, TX US
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