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November 7th, 2012
November 9-11th, 2012
Enjoy many live music yoga classes, a Roots Revival Concert, and a Mantras for Manifestation Workshop - all co-created, co-hosted and collectively sponsored by: Be Luminous Yoga, Urban Yoga Spa and Shakti Vinyasa Yoga, Seattle WA, USA
Seattle Yoga & Music Festival
Friday Evening Live Yoga Class:
Co-Taught by Scott Francis and Sean Oconnor
Live Music with Steve Gold
6 to 8pm at Be Luminous Yoga 900 Lenora St Suite #128
Tickets: $25.00 (Tickets sold at Be Luminous)
Friday Evening Concert/Party with Steve Gold:
8:30 to 10:30pm at Be Luminous Yoga 900 Lenora St suite #128
Tickets:$25.00 (Tickets sold at all 3 studios)
Saturday Miday Live Class with Steve Gold:
12 to 2pm at Urban Yoga Spa 1900 4th Ave S.
Tickets: $25.00 (Tickets sold at Urban Yoga)
Sunday Morning Live Class with Steve Gold:
9:30 to 11:30am at Shakti Vinyasa Yoga 2238 NW Market St
Tickets: $25.00 (Tickets sold at Shakti)
Sunday Afternoon: Mantras for Manifestation with Steve Gold (This is a workshop):
1:00 to 3:00pm at Shakti Vinyasa Yoga 2238 NW Market St
Tickets: $45.00 (Tickets sold at Shakti)
Pre-registration highly recommended!
Contact the Front Desk at Be Luminous Yoga: 206-682-9642, email email@example.com
October 23rd, 2012
Join in the celebration of sun, seva and sangha in beautiful Montego Bay, Jamaica!
Workshops will be taught by over 30 amazing instructors - ranging from Acro Yoga to Flow to Yoga Therapy to Restorative and more, even including Kid's Yoga.
The Caribbean Yoga Conference has joined with Karma Krew to help spread yoga's message of love, compassion, and community to underserved populations across the Caribbean. This is done through service opportunities offered to participants: scholarship programs, and micro-grant lending to promote sustainability. To learn more about how you can get involved in this aspect of the conference click here.
The conference will be held at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica. There are discounted rates for conference attendees to choose from in order to suit all budgets. Check out the Travel & Lodging page to find out more!
To register, please visit www.caribbeanyogaconference.com/register
October 11th, 2012
Yoga Rave is a unique, substance free, four hour journey of meditation, yoga, interactive live "rock mantra" music, and a dance party celebration. Argentinian duo, The So What Project! performs an awesome blend of ancient sanskrit mantras mixed with modern beats. Mantras are just sound vibrations that have a specific effect on the nervous system and the energy the mantras generate during the dance party has an amazing, euphoric effect on the crowd. Get your Tickets HERE!
The event is being held for the first time in the San Francisco Bay Area against the backdrop of the acrobatic jams and circus performances of the Divine Play Acroyoga Festival. Other highlights include decadent herbal cocktails, Henna body art, massage/body work, NUMI Tea Chill Lounge, and more!
Sponsored by: The Art of Living Foundation
August 29th, 2012
Get ready for a fun-filled weekend of yoga classes taught by nationally recognized and local teachers in Atlanta at the beautiful W Atlanta Downtown.
The 2-hour long workshops will take place on Saturday and Sunday while Friday afternoon will feature presentations addressing yoga, nutrition, ayurveda, the business of yoga, asana demos, Q&A with national teachers, and much more!
For more information on this event please visit: seyogaconference.com
August 29th, 2012
Show your support for Yoga for New York by visiting their online auction to help raise funds! The auction will be up and running from Sept 27 - Oct 3, so mark your calendars!
"Yoga for New York is an advocacy organization founded in June 2009 to tackle issues facing the yoga industry and yoga businesses, such as government intervention and industry issues in New York State. Unlike organizations focused on one specific issue or interest group, Yoga for NY represents students, teachers, training programs and studios - large and small - in an effort to maintain the wellbeing and longevity of accessible, affordable, and quality yoga in New York."
To learn more, or to bid on items to benefit the organization, visit: yogaforny.org
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