Axetreme Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament
Thursday 10/10 6pm-8pm
The Lazy Axe is partnering with the American Cancer Society of the Capital Region to host the Axetreme Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament!
Participants will compete in a double elimination tournament. No axe throwing experience is necessary! Our Axeperts will teach you how to throw and you will have time to practice before the tournament begins and during the tournament.
The fee for participating is $45 ($15 of which will be donated to ACS).
Representatives from the American Cancer Society will be present at The Lazy Axe to provide more information, host raffles, and sell food to raise additional funds.
Spaces are limited. Reserve your spot in the tournament today!
Yoga Flow and Throw w/ Good Karma Studio
Sunday 9/29 10:00-11:30am
$35 per person
The Lazy Axe is partnering with Good Karma Studio to bring you the ultimate stress relief workshop – Yoga Flow and Throw! Join us for 45 minutes of yoga followed by 45 minutes of axe throwing. Wake up your mind and body with a relaxing flow and then relieve all your tensions when you throw! Warriors of any gender are welcome to join us for this event! Participants must be 13 years or older (and minors 13-17 years old must be accompanied by an adult 21+).
All participants MUST wear closed toe shoes for the axe throwing portion of the workshop. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Please bring a yoga mat if you have one. Reserve your spot today!
NAMI Night: Chopping Stigma
Thursday 9/26 4:00pm-10:00pm
We are so excited to announce that The Lazy Axe is partnering with the Capital Region chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). We will be donating 10% of all proceeds from axe throwing sessions that occur on Thursday, 9/26. The folks from NAMI will be on hand to provide information about their organization. Please join us to learn more about NAMI’s services and help The Lazy Axe support their cause by “chopping stigma” surrounding mental illness. Book your session for 9/26 today!
The National Alliance on Mental Illness is committed to empowering people living with mental illness at all levels of recovery by offing hope, assistance, and education. NAMI promotes research, fosters understanding, and combats discrimination and stigma through outreach to the community.