Rumble Goes Purple

This March, the BC Epilepsy Society has partnered with Rumble Boxing to break the stigma around epilepsy. Each studio will be hosting a fifty minute charity class which will include a workout, a gift bag, and post class eats and drinks.

Join us for one or both of our events happening March 17th (5:00 PM at Rumble Boxing Mount Pleasant) and March 24th (7:20 PM at Rumble Boxing Yaletown).

Space is limited so email to get on the list now before registration opens to the general public. You can also register through the MINDBODY app or the Rumble Boxing Inc. app where registration opens one week before class.

No previous experience is necessary and beginners are welcome!

Proceeds from these two events will go towards the BC Epilepsy Society and will help us continue to provide information, advocacy, and support to the over 50,000 people living with epilepsy in BC. Thank you for your support!

If you can’t attend the class but would still like to support our cause, you can donate using the form below:

What is “Epilepsy”?: Epilepsy is a medical condition that causes recurring seizures. A seizure is a sudden, brief and temporary disturbance of electrical activity in the brain. There are over 40 different types of seizures that can alter consciousness, movement, sensation, speech, awareness, and behaviour.

What is “Rumble Boxing”?: Rumble Boxing is a fifty minute “fight club meets night club” high-intensity workout. Guests hit to the beat of the music as they bond together as a team. Canadian born, Rumble Boxing is accessible to four different locations, including: Yaletown (Vancouver), Mount Pleasant (Vancouver), 17th Ave. (Calgary), Country Hills (Calgary) and Yorkville (Toronto/Opening Soon).

How will my donation help?: Our non-profit charitable organization has been operation for over 60 years. In this length of time, we have established several ongoing programs and services and welcomes all people living with epilepsy in BC, and their loved ones, into an epilepsy community that provides information, awareness, advocacy, and support. Some of our programs and services include:

  • Support and outreach for people living with epilepsy in BC and their loved ones
  • In-person and online groups so people living with epilepsy in BC and their loved ones can connect with one other
  • The Project UPLIFT program to help people living with epilepsy with their mental health
  • The HOBSCOTCH program to help people living with epilepsy with their memory
  • The New Diagnosis Program for people with newly diagnosed epilepsy
  • Free seizure first aid workshops at schools, workplaces, and other organizations across BC
  • Bursaries and summer camp subsidies for people living with epilepsy in BC

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