We're celebrating global health, harmony and peace
On Monday, 21 June 2021, the world will celebrate the seventh International Day of Yoga. Yoga, an ancient Indian tradition, has become a world-wide phenomenon.
The initiative to celebrate the International Day of Yoga was proposed by India in 2014 and led to a United Nations resolution and World Health Organisation endorsement to symbolise global health, harmony and peace.
We're kicking off the event with a talk from ANU (CAP) academic Dr Shameem Black, who has devoted time to studying the impact of yoga and mindfulness as a cultural practice.
Next, we'll move into a FREE yoga class run by instructor Ela Majocha.
The day of wellbeing can be topped off with a visit to the Co-op for lunch! Our friends at the Canberra Food Co-op are offering a $7 lunch offer for those attending our event.
Join ANU Sport and ANU Thrive at a FREE lunchtime yoga class:
Who: Anyone! Bring your friends and family
What: Free yoga class
When: Monday 21 June, 12:30-1:30pm
Where: ANU Sport Dojo
Check out the facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/318591843204784
We offer 8 yoga classes every week at ANU Sport. Find out more here: https://anu-sport.com.au/fitness-centre/group-fitness-timetable