Yoga Day LA is featured in the October edition of Natural Awakenings, a local publication in LA. See pages 9 and 13.
LA’s Top Yogis Come Together to Benefit NextAid for the First
Annual Yoga Day
Saturday, October 22 at the Topanga Fairgrounds
September 20, 2011 – Los Angeles, CA - With the goal of “bringing the largest, most diverse Yoga community together for a day, in one of LA’s most tranquil settings,” Yoga Day LA is a chance to slow down, relax and enjoy the unique experience of doing Yoga under the California sun. Set between the Santa Monica Mountains, with the Pacific breeze pushing up through the canyon, attendees will experience Yoga in an outdoor setting with friends and have the chance to make new ones from all over the City. In addition to Yoga, enjoy Yoga Day LA’s abundant selection of food and smoothie vendors, wellness services, and complimentary Zico coconut water and Pom Juice for everyone.
Yoga Day LA will take place from 8:00am – 6:30pm at the Topanga Community Club Fairgrounds, located in beautiful Topanga at 1440 N. Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Topanga, CA 90290. The Fairgrounds are approximately 8 miles north of the Pacific Coast Highway and 5 miles south of the Ventura Freeway. Yoga Day LA will feature six 75-90 minute classes lead by the top yogis in Los Angeles. The event itself is free to attend, with classes priced at $25 for the first class, $15 for the second. Tickets for the classes are available at http://www.yogadayla.com/register.html.
Yoga Day LA will begin with a Sunrise yoga session at 8:00am, with Jorgen
Christiansson leading into a mid-morning Yoga session with Kia Miller of Yoga
Works at 9:30am, followed by 11:30am “It’s Getting Hot” yoga with Annmarie Solo
of Yoga Desa. The afternoon classes will commence with “Sunscreen Yoga” with
Steve Ross of Maha Yoga, followed by “Not So Lazy Afternoon” Yoga with Andrea
Brook and the Earth Harp. The classes will conclude with a dusk Yoga session
with Bryan Kest of Power Yoga. At the end of this glorious day of Yoga, all will
be soothed by more music from the Earth Harp.
Attendees are encouraged to stay for as long as they choose once their yoga sessions conclude to enjoy the complete Yoga Day LA event. Be it to share a great meal with friends, meet and mingle with students from other studios, or browse the many Yoga Day LA vendors presenting at the event, that will include a life coach, an herbalist, and acupressure and massage experts, plus lots more.
A donation of at least 5% of net sales will go to NextAid, a Hope for Africa charity. With a mission to improve the lives of children, youth, and women in Africa by promoting and implementing sustainable solutions, NextAid raises awareness for, and partners with, community-based projects and grassroots organizations. NextAid implements and promotes integrated approaches with the belief that it is the best formula for establishing real and lasting change. Through music events and public education initiatives, NextAid provides empowering opportunities for concerned individuals to make a difference.
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To get involved in Yoga Day LA please contact Michael Landman at
email@example.com or 310.592.2509.
For press information please contact Susan von Seggern at firstname.lastname@example.org or 213-840-0088.