Participants in last year's Tucson Yoga Festival.

Sandra Turner is on a mission to spread yoga to "everybody far and wide."

"It's my dharma, my purpose," she says.

That's why she started the Tucson Yoga Festival last year, a one-day event offering free yoga classes to the public.

It was a success, with nearly 1,000 participants. 

This year's event is expected to be even bigger and better and takes place Saturday at Reid Park. That means you can do free yoga outside all day, with more than 20 classes to choose from, including vinyasa, acro, yin, yoga for kids, deep house yoga, meditations, workshops and more. 

There will also be 16 local vendors, an hourly raffle and the Enjoyabowls food truck. 

To make sure you have an om-azing experience, Turner suggests reading these top ten tips, which include info on parking, what to bring and what to expect. 

It's totally free to go, but you need to register by signing a waiver to participate. Do that here

If you go

What: Tucson Yoga Festival

When: Saturday, Oct. 27, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Where: Reid Park, Ramada 18, 900 S. Randolph Way

Cost: Free

Info: Go here to register and for more details

Angela Pittenger | This Is Tucson