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Santa Monica

Yoga Gives Back Charity Class

For International Yoga Day, please join our donation-based class and flow with purpose, as every contribution uplifts women and children in India towards brighter futures!

Yoga Gives Back Charity Class
Yoga Gives Back Charity Class

Time & Location

Jun 23, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Santa Monica, 2901 Ocean Park Blvd #121, Santa Monica, CA 90405, USA

About the Event

Celebrate International Yoga Day with us in a meaningful way by joining our donation-based yoga class, where every sun salutation and downward dog contributes to a brighter future for women and children in India. All proceeds from this uplifting vinyasa flow will support the incredible work of 'Yoga Gives Back,' a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering women and children in India to pursue their dreams. By participating, you're not only nurturing your own practice but also fostering opportunities for entrepreneurship, education, and empowerment halfway across the globe. Come flow with us and make a difference on and off the mat!

ALL LEVELS WELCOME!

100% of the donations will be given to Yoga Gives Back.

Please bring a mat, towel and water.

Suggested donation is $20 for student. Please Venmo @mikey_budd

Each participant's generous contribution enters them into a raffle with exciting prizes including free dining experiences, yoga classes, and more! Increase your chances by purchasing additional raffle tickets $5 each.

Sunday June 23rd

Although class will not start until 5:30pm, we highly encourage you to arrive early to get your spot and learn more about this amazing non-profit.

5:15-5:30pm - Organization orientation

5:30-6:30pm - Vinyasa flow class

6:30-7:00pm - Raffle and thank you

What Is Yoga Gives Back?

Yoga Gives Back mobilizes practitioners worldwide to channel their gratitude of yoga into empowering India’s women and children to create sustainable lives. As westerners who have been fortunate enough to profit from teaching yoga, we feel it is important to acknowledge the country it was created in and give back to those who do not have the same opportunities as us. Founder Kayoko Mitsumatsu began her vision in 2006 and since then, she has united thousands of yogis to come together and help others. Kayoko's vision came from witnessing the harsh realities of India and realizing that  even though money cannot bring happiness, it can definitely help bring equality. She began helping abused women start their own business, assisted impoverished students with obtaining degrees, and allowed children born into unfair circumstances have the same equal opportunities as others. In honor of International Yoga Day, we invite you to join our mission while doing what you love, yoga. The price of a class in the US can literally change someone's life.

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