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Karma Yoga Events: City Yoga’s LA Yogathon, Yogabear Yogapalooza!, EqualitYoga for Gay Rights

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If you’re languishing in the concern that your yoga in action (Karma!) is not quite up to snuff, here are some super events happening this weekend you should definitely soak your little do-gooding down dogs into.

In other words, give back! You have plenty of opportunities…

Multi-city Yogapalooza!


Go here for more info and register!

LA: Do Yoga, Build a Home!

The What What: City Yoga’s Yogathon! 2009

For 24-hours participants of all levels will be instructed in various yoga styles while also enjoying yoga massage, music, food, drink and an appearance by CBS’s popular NCIS star, Pauley Perrette. Perrette will speak between 2-3 pm on Saturday about her long time involvement with Habitat for Humanity and advocate its mission to build safe, affordable housing. This year the studio hopes to quadruple the $24,000 raised at its first event and double the $56,000 raised last year in hopes of reaching the $100,000 needed to sponsor “The House that City Yoga Built.” Money is raised through individual participant fundraising plus donations from Rancho La Puerta, Tender Greens, Lululemon, Whole Foods and other local businesses as well as anyone visiting http://www.firstgiving.com/cityyogathon.

WHO: Habitat for Humanity of Greater L.A.; Actress Pauley Perrette; City Yoga staff and students

WHERE: City Yoga
1067 North Fairfax 2nd Floor
(at Santa Monica Blvd)
West Hollywood, CA 90046

WHEN: Saturday, June 27th 9:00 am – Sunday, June 28th 9:00 am

COST: $45 to register

you can also donate at firstgiving.com/cityyogathon

Seattle: Yoga for Equality!

We mentioned this great event last week.. have you Seattlites signed up yet? Hmm…?

Equalityoga to support StonewallForty, advocating for LGBT equality.
Carl Anderson Park, gates open 9am, yoga 10am-12pm

Yoga led by: The all-levels Yoga event is being led by local Emerald City yogs, Troy Lucero, Maygen McGraw and Matt Meko accompanied by musicians Gina Salá, Steve & Anne-Émilie Gold and friends.

Cost: StonewallForty asks for a $15 donation. Show up early or reserve your spot. Proceeds from all StonewallForty events go to Equal Rights Washington and Lambda Legal.

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