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Grab your yoga mat and find your center in the outdoors – virtually!
This event is brought to you by Western National Parks Association, a non-profit education partner of the National Park Service. In business since 1938, WNPA financially supports education, interpretation, research, and community involvement at more than 70 parks across the West.
Purchases at park stores like the one here at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area support programs like “Yoga on the Mountain.” The products and services WNPA provides support and compliment the interpretive and educational programs of Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. For more information about this event and how WNPA supports the park, visit www.wnpa.org.