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Grab Your Mat and Join 14th Annual ‘Yoga on the Mall’


The 14th edition of D.C.’s annual “Yoga on the Mall” will take place on May 19 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. with the participation of over two dozen yoga studios.

Organized by the Metro D.C. Community Yoga Association (Metro DCCY), the event is free to join. However, you can make a donation via PayPal or credit/debit card while registering, which is encouraged, as all the money collected “will go directly towards organizing and running the annual Yoga on the Mall and D.C. Yoga Week. 100 percent of all remaining funds will be donated to One Common Unity,” according to Eventbrite.

After making a donation of a suggested amount ($5-$10), all you need to do is bring your yoga mat and join the crowd near the Lincoln Memorial, Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro Station, Washington, D.C. 50001.

“Yoga on the Mall started with just a handful of yogis practicing together at the base of the Washington monument. Over a decade later, the event attracts over 7,000 participants,” Metro DCCY said of the event description.

Metro DCCY emphasizes that the annual event is independently funded and supported by volunteers.

The yoga studios taking part are as follows:

Ashva Power Yoga, Bee Yoga Fusion, Art of Living, The YogaShak, DAREdaily Today, extendYoga, Be Here Now Yoga, Healing and Wellness, Sky House Yoga, PureFire Yoga, Grace Studios, Radiance Yoga, Circle Yoga, Five Peaks Power Yoga, Summer Rain Yoga, Yoga Heights, Embrace Yoga, Willow Street, Blue Bird Sky, Sytera Yoga Studio, 405 Yoga, Beloved, YogaWorks, Yoga=Union, Washington Yoga Center, Flow Yoga Center, Honest Soul Yoga, Epic Yoga, Unity Woods, Sun and Moon and YogaNoma.

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