Desk Yoga - Burgers and Bands for Suicide Prevention Fundraiser

Posted by BrennanAnnie

Join us for a 30-minute desk yoga practice, perfect for those who spend a lot of time sitting at a desk, those new to practicing yoga, or those who would benefit from a yoga practice using the support of a chair.

100% of the proceeds of this event will go to Burgers & Bands, a non-profit committed to stopping suicide by raising awareness, starting a conversation and funding suicide prevention efforts/programming in local schools.

What’s needed:

Chair on a non-slip surface
Water (optional)
About the yoga instructor

Larisa Harrington is an Executive Coach, Wellness Strategist, Holistic Life Coach, and Yoga Therapist who specializes in supporting the mental, physical, spiritual and emotional health and well-being of her clients. She is a mom, wife, and 20-year Air Force retiree, and has been in the health and wellness field for over 2 decades.

Trained and experienced in accessible and trauma-informed yoga classes, Larisa is passionate about offering an inclusive space for all ages, sizes, genders, abilities, and experience levels. She has taught yoga to all ages and abilities and enjoys bringing yoga to beginners and experienced practitioners.

About the non-profit

In 2017, Ethan and Ann Brennan decided to have an event in Severna Park, Maryland to raise money and awareness for Suicide Prevention. Ethan is a survivor and wanted to spread the message that "you are not alone." The event was so successful that in the first three years they raised almost $200,000 in cash and in-kind donations.

The money raised from these events allows us to award small grants and support for mental health programs in local schools. Additional funds support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Warrior Music Foundation and NAMI.

For more information about Burgers and Bands for Suicide Prevention or to make a donation visit


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