Summer Solstice Celebration
Time & Location
About the Event
Help build our community of support - INTRODUCE A FRIEND to the practice of yoga and all the healing benefits it offers not only personally to the body, mind and soul but also to the community as a whole.
The 21st June of every year is declared as the International Day of Yoga by the UN General Assembly on 11th December 2014. Yoga is regarded as an ancient practice of mental, spiritual and physical healing which was practiced in India for the last 5000 years. The 21st June was chosen as the day for observance, since it is the longest day in the Summer Solstice and is believed to have significant effect on the bodies of the people living in the Northern Hemisphere - so we will be honouring the two events together in this celebration.
Yoga practitioners believe that when a person connects with Mother Nature with both their mind and soul, they achieve a greater level of consciousness, which helps them to be at peace with their surroundings. Therefore, we will meet at AURORA at 1:00pm, have a gentle ritual to honour the Summer Solstice, then grab our mats and walk to the Mary Duncan Playground and have our class outside on the grass!
$15/for you and a friend or $10 Individually. Must pre-register, sorry, no drop-in's.
So grab a love one, roll out a mat and enjoy yourself!
Suitable for all levels.
Registrations and e-transfers can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the instructor, Adrianna Sawchyn at: 204-620-2149