Yoga Bear Hosts Yogapalooza in San Diego to Celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day

To celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day, the San Diego chapter of Yoga Bear, a national nonprofit, is hosting its annual Yogapalooza fundraising event. San Diego-area cancer patients, survivors, supporters, yoga enthusiasts and the public are invited to participate in this yoga and wellness event celebrating healthy living and alternative rehabilitation services for patients and survivors.

The event will take place Sunday, June 6, from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM at Lululemon La Jolla (7835 Girard Ave., La Jolla). The event includes a gentle yoga class guided by Carolina Vivas, door prizes, a raffle with great offerings from SURFER Magazine, local vendors and restaurants, goodies to eat and more. Following the class, join us for dinner at Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza on Prospect where 20% of all proceeds will go to YogaBear.

All proceeds will benefit Yoga Bear’s San Diego chapter to expand opportunities for wellness through yoga to local cancer patients and survivors. All donations are greatly appreciated!

To find more details about the event, please visit Space is limited, and guests are encouraged to RSVP to reserve a spot.

Yoga Bear supports the belief that cancer patients and survivors can benefit from the practice of yoga as a complimentary treatment in cancer recovery. Dedicated to providing cancer patients and survivors with more opportunities for wellness through the practice of yoga, Yoga Bear connects cancer patients and survivors with local yoga classes free of charge at more than 200 yoga studios and four hospitals across the country.

Yogapalooza fundraising retreats will also take place in Phoenix, Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., San Francisco and streaming online through in celebration of National Cancer Survivors Day. For additional information about Yogapalooza or to become involved with Yoga Bear, please contact

About Yoga Bear
Yoga Bear is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing cancer patients and survivors with more opportunities for wellness through the practice of yoga. Since its founding, Yoga Bear has touched the lives of more than 2,000 cancer survivors and patients and has passed on more than $100,000 worth of free yoga class passes to its participants. For more information please visit or contact