“We have had a great response each year and this year it will be at Tuller Square Park – an exciting new venue for us,” stated Loretta Zedella, yoga instructor for City of Dublin and chief on the International Day of Yoga. “It’s a nice way for the community to get together. Also, it’s hard to beat free yoga!”
Declared a world day of yoga by the United Nationals General Assembly in 2015, the day is widely known on the Summer Solstice. This yr, that day is June 21, the longest day within the Northern hemisphere.
Besides yoga asana, there might be a meditation/respiration session led by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh. In a 2014 UN speech the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi stated, “Yoga is an invaluable gift, it is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help in well being.”
Various occasions have been held everywhere in the world, together with a gathering of 10,000 individuals in Wuxi, China. On June 21, 2018, Prime Minister Modi led 50,000 volunteers in yoga in Dehardun, India. The Guinness World report is over 100,000 individuals who gathered in Kota, Rajasthan, India final yr.
The Columbus occasion is celebrating its fourth anniversary this yr. All ranges are undoubtedly welcome and all ages, as it’s a very kid-friendly occasion. Bring a water bottle and a mat (when you’ve got one).
Participating this yr is:
• Loretta Zedella, representing the City of Dublin the place she labored earlier than shifting to Ashville
• Harbor Yoga
• Kara Lough from Pai Yoga
• Mary Coleman from Balancing Owl
• Columbus Ashtanga
• Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS)
• City of Dublin and the yoga studios typically have some freebies as at previous occasions
The International Day of Yoga is Friday June 21, 2019 from 6 – eight p.m. Pre-registration is just not required. No restrooms can be found, and the occasion shall be cancelled in extreme climate. The occasion can be held at Tuller Square Park at 4270 John Shield Parkway, Dublin.
For extra info, go to balancingowlyoga.com.