Meet the yoga teacher who has raised more than $4 million for children's charities

More than a decade ago, Sarah Gardner was a yoga teacher with a dream: She wanted to bring a thousand yogis together at Gillette Stadium in Boston to raise money for Boston Children's Hospital.

Years before, Sarah's son had spent seven life-saving weeks in the NICU at Boston Children's. After experiencing the love, care, and devotion that the doctors and nurses gave to her family, Sarah knew she wanted to give back. 

She has spent more than a decade doing just that -- rallying the yoga community each spring to gather at Gillette Stadium to do yoga for a cause. To date, her organization, Yoga Reaches Out, has raised more than 4 million dollars for Boston Children's Hospital. The money raised helps fund the program Every Child Fund, which offers dog therapy and art therapy, helps families with food vouchers, hotel stays, vouchers, and more. 

Hear Sarah's inspiring story, including lessons she's learned along the way.

PS: Jason and I are headlining this year's Yoga Reaches Out even on April 28th and we would love to see you there! You can find information about how to join here: If you can't be there in person but would like to donate, go to and type Team Yogaland in the search box.

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