Earth Day Yogathon Benefiting Protect Our Breasts

Cambridge Naturals is honored to present two Earth Day Yogathon classes benefiting Protect Our Breasts the Saturday leading up to Earth Day.
100% of your class pass price will go to this remarkable organization that strives to limit the burden of environmental toxins on the earth and on each other.

Protect Our Breasts is run by college women who are passionate about stopping breast cancer before it starts. Their goal is a safer marketplace where women in their “window of susceptibility” (through their first pregnancy) don’t have to worry about toxic chemical exposures that could increase their risk of breast cancer and other diseases later in life.

Your donation-based yoga class not only brings awareness of Protect Our Breasts to your community but greatly contributes to our efforts in managing the 35+ high school and college chapters of the organization.

Please join us for one (or both) of these fabulous classes. Both teachers will also be donating their time and energy to this wonderful cause! We also have 12 mats available for free rental during class. Donation mats will be rented on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Saturday April 20th-11am

Stretch into Saturday with yoga teacher and Get A Helmet Founder Caroline Aylward during her bright and cheery class on the green in front of our store!

Get A Helmet’s mission is to illuminate the fullness of the human expression. Through story, movement and meditation we connect with each other, access our power + align with our purpose. The Get A Helmet Podcast is a platform to embark on one of life’s greatest adventures – conversation.

Saturday April 20th-4pm

What better way to spend your Saturday afternoon than to get flexible and feel warm with Rachael of @rachaeldoesyoga?

Rachael is a vinyasa instructor currently teaching at pop up events all over the city while helping manage her collective, You Good Sis, a space for black and brown women in Boston to focus on wellness. Balancing a pretty hectic schedule, yoga is a grounding practice for Rachael and she aims to share that within her classes and teaching philosophy–on and off the mat.

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