ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
Yoga takes center stage at fundraiser
Advertiser Staff and News Services
A Yoga Marathon for Peace fundraiser set for 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 21 at Hawaii Tokai International College will feature a day of yoga practice, sun salutations, mantra and meditation, as well as performances by the Institute for Human Services' kids yoga classes and the kids of Uke N8ture.
Participants are encouraged to collect pledges to cover the $108 attendance fee. Eighty percent of the proceeds will go to the Institute for Human Services and Hawaii Helping the Hungry Have Hope. Get registration and pledge forms at Open Space Yoga studio, 'Umeke Market, Down to Earth, Definition and Land of Organica, or by e-mailing Debbie Azama-Park at email@example.com or Maria Steele at firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Treena Shapiro
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