Yoga Kula Festival To Benefit Hart Park, Bridge To Home, SCV Youth Project

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Yoga Yoga and the Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation is set to host a Yoga Kula Festival in Santa Clarita that will benefit Hart Park, Bridge To Home and SCV Youth Project.

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“Helping our youth and homeless is something I have always been about,” said Danica Lynch, Yoga Yoga owner and SCV Youth Project board member. “I am rooted in this community and we have been facing a youth and homeless crisis for some time, so working with these organizations has been an honor and the least I can do is continue to support these leaders.”

During the festival, the community can enjoy guided tours of the Hart Museum and barnyard, poetry presentations, vendors and of course yoga.

More than a dozen yoga instructors are expected to be present for mindful meditation and yoga, all while bringing unity and awareness in the heart of the Santa Clarita Valley, according to Yoga Yoga officials.

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“I moved to Santa Clarita in 1978 when I was four years old and this community has always been my home,” said Lynch. “I feel it will be great to bring this community together to serve for a greater purpose.”

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