Yoga Weekend in San Diego

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    Whether you’re a yoga beginner or a diehard yogi, there are plenty of opportunities to find your flow this weekend in San Diego.

    On Saturday, June 7, Petco Park will transform into a yoga studio for the 4th Annual Yoga for Hope. Hundreds of people will bring their mats to centerfield for a mass yoga class, taught by four unique instructors.

    Registration starts at 7 a.m. and the class begins at 8:30 a.m. (Be sure to bring your own mat.) The Yoga Marketplace, featuring yoga accessories and natural products, is open until noon.

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    The event benefits City of Hope, which helps heal patients with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses through traditional and holistic treatments, including yoga.

    Registration is $45 before June 5 and $55 after June 5. As a reward for your good karma, each participant gets a free ticket to a Padres game.

    On Sunday, June 8, Infinite Yoga in Little Italy is opening a new studio at its current location. To celebrate, Infinite is offering free yoga classes from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Check out the schedule here. There will be 11 cost-free classes.)

    The grand opening will serve vegan and gluten-free treats from Extraordinary Desserts and juices from OH! Juice.

    The studio is located at 2400 Kettner Blvd., Studio 115.

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