Whole Foods To Donate 5 Percent Of Store’s Net Sales Feb. 15 To Naam Yoga

Wednesday, 5 Feb 2014, 9:41:00 AM

Brenton Garen

From left: Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce President Laurel Rosen, Whole Foods Market Assistant Store Leader Alexander Maroto, Naam Yoga Los Angeles Executive Director Jane Mirshak, and Whole Foods Market Community Relations Specialist Gauri-Brienda Ramnath.
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From left: Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce President Laurel Rosen, Whole Foods Market Assistant Store Leader Alexander Maroto, Naam Yoga Los Angeles Executive Director Jane Mirshak, and Whole Foods Market Community Relations Specialist Gauri-Brienda Ramnath.

Whole Foods Market at 500 Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica will donate 5 percent of net sales on Saturday, Feb. 15 to support the community outreach efforts of Naam Yoga LA to bring Naam Yoga therapies to communities in need through their Giving Naam program.

Fun and informative events are scheduled at the store throughout the day (11 am to 6 pm) including health tips for men and women, anti-aging, stress reduction, heart health, and happiness.

Naam Yoga is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. A spiritual and physical wellness center located in the heart of Santa Monica at 1231 4th Street, Naam Yoga’s mission is to empower people to improve their lives, heal themselves, and to support them in the process of balancing the Mind Body Spirit connection through the power of community.

Naam Yoga is all about serving the community providing free programs and services along with their many community partners including Latino Diabetes Association, Step-Up on Second, Cancer Support Community Benjamin Center, St. Joseph Center, and Leaps n Boundz (support for kids and young adults living with disabilities).

Giving Naam provides hundreds of outreach classes yearly benefitting thousands of people with a range of different conditions.

Whole Foods store hours on Feb. 15 will be 7 am to 10 pm.

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