TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - It's been over a week since two people were killed and five others were hurt after a shooting at a Tallahassee yoga studio.
On Sunday night, the City of Tallahassee organized a candlelight vigil at Cascades Park to promote hope, healing and harmony.
Nine days ago, Maura Binkley and Dr. Nancy Van Vessem were killed during a shooting at Tallahassee Hot Yoga.
Since that shooting, the community has hosted several vigils prior to Sunday's vigil at Cascades Park.
Hundreds of people showed up to the Cascades vigil that included prayers and music.
Mayor Pro Tem, Curtis Richardson said Sunday night was the first step in healing.
"Give all of us an opportunity to find solace in turning to our neighbors and letting them know how much we care about them and what this means to this community and how we will now go forward in light of this tragedy that has happened here," said Richardson.
Tonight's vigil was hosted by several groups including the City of Tallahassee, Namaste Yoga and United Way of the Big Bend.