We are going to tell you right now, we didn’t know what we were getting ourselves into. We just knew that everything that we wanted was on the other side of fear — fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of not being enough.

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For the past few weeks we have been working hard behind the scenes preparing for our next community event. With the success of our last event, we were eager to see what we would come up with.

Well, we are excited to announce that UR Enough has teamed up with RIDE Cycle Club for our very first Charity Ride! The class will be held at their Ossington location in Toronto on Wednesday, October 11th. The real kicker is that ALL proceeds from this ride will be donated to the National Eating Disorder Information Centre.

We couldn’t think of a better studio to partner with:

We RIDE to get lost in the music, the movement and the pack. We RIDE to get stronger, we RIDE to get better, and we RIDE to find our best selves. We RIDE united. We RIDE to the rhythm. We RIDE as one. Together we are strong.

This is going to be an event that you do not want to miss. Ride registration will open a week in advance to the event. But don’t worry — we will be posting frequent reminders leading up to the event so you don’t miss out on a spot.

Come support a cause that we all believe in, and get your sweat on in the process. This will be a night to dedicated to celebrating your ‘enough-ness’.

Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay up-to-date with this event.

Many Hugs,

Kelsey & Mandi

In just a little under two months, the UR Enough team will be participating in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon with the goal of raising money for the National Eating Disorder Information Centre. This event will be held on October 22, 2017 in Toronto, Canada.

If you haven’t yet heard of this organization, NEDIC is a non-profit organization that provides supportive resources on eating disorders, and food and weight preoccupation. They not only have additional educational programs that target children and youth and professional development, but they are Canada’s ONLY National Toll-Free Helpline. They provide information on treatment options, and support to people across Canada either directly or indirectly affected by disordered eating.

At UR Enough, we believe that one person has the ability to make a difference, but it’s when people come together as a community that they can create a movement.

And so, this is the part that we ask you to join us.

Whether you are a seasoned runner, or your idea of a marathon is the six seasons you’ve found on Netflix, this is a race that is fit for all abilities. While the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is an annual marathon, the race day also includes a half marathon and 5 km race.

For registration instruction, please visit the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon page.

If you are unable to participate in this years event, you can still support the UR Enough team. Click here to donate in support of NEDIC.