Special Needs Strong

Non-Profit Organization supports the well-being of Special Needs Parents Caretakers & Professionals offering free classes for this gifted population.  This group is currently serving the Douglasville area and open to visitors near or far.  Respite services will be offered, more details to come.  Classes led by Instructor Genevieve Harris are open to SNS participants and are completely free.  Visit their website, for details and contact information.


Douglasville Yoga Studio Brings Food, Clothing and Hope to North Douglas Elementary Students

North Douglas Elementary School and Keep it Moving Yoga and Barre in Downtown Douglasville have joined forces this Spring to provide necessities to students when they need it. North Douglas Elementary School currently operates a food and clothing pantry that serves their school community and the needs of students.  The pantry stocks food, school supplies, clothing and  anything that will benefit the school’s students.

Keep it Moving Yoga and Barre volunteered to support the mission of the pantry by donating money and clothing. Volunteers from the studio, North Douglas, St. James AME Church and the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps-Warrior Division of Douglasville all worked together to sort and organize the donations for students.  Assistant Principal Dr. Andre Touchard says: “Our food pantry is just another way to connect with our students and our parents. We are grateful for these donations so that we can continue to benefit the school and our community. “

Keep It Moving Yoga and Barre was founded by Genevieve and Darnell Harris with the mission of embracing the human body’s ability to heal from within.