The festival, organized by Reston’s Beloved Yoga, runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with yoga classes, wellness information, food samples and more.
The event is free, but donations for some classes will benefit Cornerstones and the Brad Kaminsky Foundation.
The pavilion will be the site of the main stage, where teachers from local studios Beloved Yoga, Health Advantage, Sun and Moon, Lifetime Athletic and others will lead a variety of classes.
There will also be a kids tent with short, child-friendly yoga classes.
To see the full schedule, visit Love Your Body Festival’s website.
The event also launches the official start of the 8th annual Virginia Yoga Week, June 14 – 21. Area studios and independent teachers will be offering free, $5 and Karma classes all week.
“This event was born from the desire to create ease and accessibility for people to try yoga, and celebrates the diverse yoga commUNITY of Northern Virginia,” says Maryam Ovissi, co-owner of Beloved Yoga. “At Love Your Body Yoga Festival, everyone can learn about the many ways to take care of their bodies from the inside out — physically, mentally, and emotionally — to feel stronger and healthier.”
Photo: Class at Love Your Body Festival 2014/Courtesy Love Your Body Festival
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