Get sweaty and give the power of sight!

What is Sweat for Sight?

Sweat for Sight is a multi-faceted event in support of Seva Canada that celebrates World Sight Day, on October 12th, 2017, the annual day of awareness focusing global attention on blindness and visual impairment.

Gyms, studios, clubs, teams and individuals across Canada are showing their support for eradicating preventable blindness by sweating and raising funds through individual or team goals or dedicating specialty fitness classes.

There are lots of ways to get involved!

Attend a fitness class at a participating gym or studio:

                                                see what studios are doing


                                                start your own fundraiser

Show your support with a sweaty selfie!

Share a sweaty selfie with #SweatforSight and mention @sevacanada on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram between Sept 15th and Oct 13th.

You’ll be entered to win some awesome prizes from The Hive,  Curves North VancouverBliss Yoga SpaSugar Swing Ballroom, Yoga Within, Bar Method and Seva Canada!


Participating Studios



Amy Diehl personal training logoBar Method Logo Eastwood Cycle LogoFit Body Boot Camp logoTight Club Logo The Yoga Root logo




Bodhi Tree Yoga logo       Embody Pilates Studio Logo



AKtion Fitness LogoPrana Yoga Studio LogoSpinunity Logo
Yogalife Logo



eMbody Fitness Club logo  Fit Squad Logo  Torq Ride logo



Halifax Yoga logo

Want to get involved? Click here for more information on how to get started!

Sight Stories and News

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    Blog | September 7th, 2017
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