Outdoor yoga workshop raises funds for breast cancer

Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s San Diego affiliate has joined forces with Sara Holliday of Fit by Sara to help raise funds to cure breast cancer.

Yoga 4 The Cure meets on the last Saturday of the month at Mission Bay for a 1.5 hour meditation and yoga class. All of the proceeds from the $20 fee for the class go directly to the San Diego affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Seventy-five percent of the proceeds stay in San Diego to assist local uninsured and underinsured women and the remaining 25 percent of the proceeds go to fund important national research.

The classes are held at Mission Bay Park on the lawn next to the Visitor’s Center and run from 8:30 to 10:00 on the last Saturday morning of the month. All levels are welcome. Be sure to bring a yoga mat, plenty of water, sun block and wear pink.

For more information visit www.fitbysara.com or contact Sara Holliday at info@fitbysara.com or 800-568-3820

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