Here to Be NYC Yoga Series

We believe in the power of yoga and how it can improve a person's overall well being and support communities. This summer, from June 21st until September 30th we're hosting donation based classes across selected lululemon locations within New York City on behalf of our Here to Be Partners doing incredible social impact work in our community. Here to Be is lululemon's social impact program that supports non for profits working to create opportunities for people of all ages, races, bodies, genders and abilities to access and benefit from the power of yoga and meditation.  

Each months donations from these classes will support a different  local Here To Be partner. Learn more about each one of them below and find out where we are hosting our classes. See you on the mat! And if you can't donate, no worries, show up and yoga with us.

 

  • HUB seventeen (inside lululemon Flatiron) - 114 5th Avenue
    Every Sunday at 10:15am. 60 minutes
    RSVP: Not needed
  • Meatpacking lululemon - 408 West 14th Street
    Every Sunday at 9:30am. 60 minutes
    RSVP: Not needed
  • Smith Street lululemon - 166 Smith St, Brooklyn
    Every Sunday at 9am. 60 minutes
    RSVP: Not needed
  • Prospect Park Yoga - Prospect Park, Brooklyn
    Every Thursday at 7pm. 60 minutes
    RSVP: https://www.bendandbloom.com/park-yoga/
  • East 66th Street lululemon- 1127 3rd Avenue
    Every Saturday at 10am. 60 minutes
    Every Sunday at 9am. 60 minutes
    RSVP: Not needed
  • Lincoln Square lululemon - 1928 Broadway Avenue
    Every Sunday at 9:30am. 60 minutes
    RSVP: Not needed.
  • Soho Broadway lululemon - 481 Broadway Avenue
    Date: 7/11 at 8pm. 60 minutes
    RSVP: Not needed.
  • lululemon LAB - 50 Bond Street
    Dates: 7/7 and 8/4 at 9am. 60 minutes
    RSVP: Not needed.

 

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JULY

Yoga Foster empowers educators with yoga and mindfulness training, curriculum, self-care resources and yoga mats to create healthier, happier classrooms.

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AUGUST

Exhale to Inhale empowers those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault to transform their lives. ETI uses the healing practice of trauma-informed yoga to empower survivors, while helping communities develop skills and knowledge to support them.

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SEPTEMBER

Veterans Yoga Project is an educational and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the health and well-being of military veterans.