International Day of Yoga

Venue 114
Sun 24 June 2018

Time: 9am - 10.30am and 11am - 12pm
Tickets: Free - registration required
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The hectic pace of modern life has brought with it an incredible amount of stress and anxiety. Scientific studies show that daily practice of yoga reduces stress, anxiety and depression; improves health, energy and vitality; enhances mental focus and clarity and establishes a sense of peace, joy and deep inner balance. This, in turn, can create a more peaceful and joyous global community around us.
In its truest meaning, Yoga means ‘union of the individual with the whole existence’. A proposal by Prime Minister of India and subsequent declaration by the United Nations to celebrate 21st June as “International Day of Yoga” since 2015 has further reinforced the value and profound benefits of Yoga to bring an individual’s mind, body, spirit and existence in absolute harmony.
Isha Upa Yoga
9am - 10.30am
This 90 minutes workshop is suitable for ages 7 and above and does not require any fitness level or previous exposure to yoga.
Designed by Sadhguru and conducted in few thousand cities, towns and villages worldwide, these workshops intend to bring the timeless benefits of Yoga to every human being on the planet. Practices taught include invigorating physical postures (Sadilaja and Yoga Namaskar), breathing methods (Kriya), Nada Yoga and Meditation.
Isha Kriya
11am - 12pm
Isha Kriya is a guided meditation suitable for ages 12 and above.
“Isha” refers to that which is the source of creation; “kriya” literally means “internal action”. The purpose of Isha Kriya is to help an individual get in touch with the source of their existence, to create life according to their own wish and vision. Daily practice of Isha Kriya brings health, dynamism, peace and wellbeing. It is a powerful tool to cope with the hectic pace of modern life.
Lake Kawana Community Centre
Sunday 24 June 
Time: 9am - 10.30am and 11am - 12pm
Tickets: Free - registration required
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