BOSTON (CBS) — Yogis will get a chance to practice their downward dogs and tree poses at sports fan mecca when Fenway Yoga returns to Fenway Park next month.

Two classes will be held on Sunday, June 8 at 9 and 10:30 a.m. Proceeds from the classes benefit the Red Sox Foundation which works with at-risk kids in the community.

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The class is geared toward all levels, but yogis must pay a $25 registration fee and commit to raising a minimum of $250 for the foundation by June 5.

This year’s class will be led by yoga instructor-to-the-stars Mandy Ingber. Ingber, founder of “Yogalosophy,” practices with Jennifer Anniston 4-to-5 times a week. Inger is also credited with getting celebs such as Brooke Shields and Kate Beckinsale red carpet ready.

Each class has 222 spots along the warning track.  Yogis are not allowed to practice on the field.

Anyone interested can register at fenwayoga.com.

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