Do yoga to benefit underprivileged youth


One Love is back, ya’ll! The fifth annual One Love charity yoga event will make its return to Waterfront Park on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The annual event aims at benefiting both local and global under-served and underprivileged kids. The event will feature a guided yoga session led by skilled teachers including Beth O’Reilly, Xuyen Bowles, Andre Houle, Melissa Smith, Kim Bauman and Katie Burke.

Post-yoga, attendees can indulge in local craft brews and wines by La Crema. Enjoy three live music performances while you sip in the sun, including Matt Huz, Hollen Lockwood and DJ Justin Kanoya. There will be a variety of health-based vendors on-site as well, like Kashi, Corepower Yoga, Healthade Kombucha and Suja Juice.

There are three different tickets available, Warrior I, II and III that range from $22-90 based on what you’d like to donate to the cause. Tickets can be purchased at Wine and beer garden tickets will be sold on-site for $10 for four tastings of your choice.

For more information about the One Love fifth annual charity yoga event, visit

Waterfront Park, 1600 Pacific Hwy., downtown.

Source: DiscoverSD