Yoga marathon to benefit Haiti relief
On Saturday, Schoolhouse Yoga will hold a four-hour yoga marathon to raise money for the people of Haiti.
Those interested can join or leave the four-hour session as they choose or test their stamina and flexibility by completing all four hours,
The marathon will offer three hours of flowing yoga set to music and led by a variety of instructors who teach classes at Schoolhouse Yoga.
The final hour will include a 30 minute, instructor-guided relaxation and chanting.
The yoga marathon runs from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Schoolhouse Yoga, 2401 Smallman Street in the Strip District.
Suggested donation is $25. Proceeds will benefit the humanitarian organization CARE, which is already working in Haiti.
Details: 412-401-4444 or www.schoolhouseyoga.com .
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