LiveStream Yoga All Day for a Cause
Our yoga practice is meaningful, whenever and wherever we get on the mat. For any purpose. Even just to pursue our passions. Sunday, May 17, 10 yoga studios have come together to allow people around the world to practice with a purpose that is beyond the personal for the Santa Barbara Virtual Yoga Festival.
In our world today, more people are showing up at food banks looking for support.
The Santa Barbara community studios are opening their doors—virtually—and offering a total of 62 virtual live-streamed classes with 100% of donations collected supporting the SB County Foodbank. Teachers from around the world have offered their time to participate to feed souls and bodies through practice, donations, and food offerings.
The mission of the SB County Foodbank is the tagline for the event. “Moving the community from hunger to health.”
It is a mission we can get behind. And its a mission we get on our mats to support.
Participating yoga studios include: Santa Barbara Yoga Center, Evolation Yoga, Divinitree, Yoga 4 Mankind, Yoga Soup, The Juicy Life, Hunnyfly Yoga, Power of Your OM, Santa Barbara Yoga Collective, and Yoga Dance Magic.
Donate, practice, check in with your friends, and support all of the ways we can practice with purpose. Take time to move communities from hunger to health.
Register online for the Santa Barbara Virtual Yoga Festival
Learn more, see the full schedule and register online. http://www.santabarbarayogacenter.com/sb-yoga-fest-2020
Felicia Tomasko has spent more of her life practicing Yoga and Ayurveda than not. She first became introduced to the teachings through the writings of the Transcendentalists, through meditation, and using asana to cross-train for her practice of cross-country running. Between beginning her commitment to Yoga and Ayurveda and today, she earned degrees in environmental biology and anthropology and nursing, and certifications in the practice and teaching of yoga, yoga therapy, and Ayurveda while working in fields including cognitive neuroscience and plant biochemistry. Her commitment to writing is at least as long as her commitment to yoga. Working on everything related to the written word from newspapers to magazines to websites to books, Felicia has been writing and editing professionally since college. In order to feel like a teenager again, Felicia has pulled out her running shoes for regular interval sessions throughout Southern California. Since the very first issue of LA YOGA, Felicia has been part of the team and the growth and development of the Bliss Network.