905.401.YOGA (9642) hello@gentlydownthestream.org

Peace Pole



Saturday, September 21, 2019 | 1 – 4pm
Stream Yoga + Meditation, 819 Weaver Rd, Port Colborne

with Megan Bennett

“Planting a Peace Pole is a way of bringing people together to inspire, awaken and uplift the human consciousness the world over. It is a wonderful project for any community, organization or your home. Peace Poles are now recognized as the most prominent international symbol and monument to peace. They remind us to think, speak and act in the spirit of peace and harmony. Stand as a silent visual for peace to prevail on earth.” — Peace Pole Project (worldpeace.org/peacepoleproject)


Join us on World Peace Day, September 21, and paint your own Peace Pole. These colourfully decorated poles express our wish for peace for all living beings and stand as a reminder of that wish.

Megan Bennett, who is one of our much-loved Stream yoga instructors, is also a talented artist, known locally for her vibrant window and chalkboard art and acrylic paintings. Megan teaches regular paint nights in the Niagara region. On Peace Day, she will guide and inspire our creative process!

Workshop includes paint and all materials for the creation of your very own peace pole. The only exception on materials is that we have a price break, based on whether you supply your own pole or we supply one for you. This leaves you free to choose the length and size of your pole — maybe you have just the pole at home to bring and decorate!?


Cost: $60 if you BYOP (Bring Your Own Pole), or $75 (we’ll supply a pole – 4″x4″ wide, 5′ tall with cap)

Please pre-register! If you are coming and we are supplying the pole, we’ll need to know by September 18th.

Pre-register by email hello@gentlydownthestream.org or call us at 905.401.YOGA (9642) or call/text Heather at 519.400.7862

Who is leading the class?

Megan Bennett

Megan Bennett

Yoga Instructor

Yoga has been a part of Megan’s life for over 10 years and she is passionate about helping others learn how to overcome and manage their individual physical and mental health challenges. READ MORE