Monday, April 28, 2014

9th Annual DC Yoga Week | April 28-May 3, 2014

DC Yoga Week is underway!



DC Community Yoga (DCCY) is hosting the 9th Annual DC Yoga Week and Yoga on the Mall Monday, April 28 thru Saturday, May 3. This year, over 30 studios in the DC metro area, including Virginia and Maryland, have signed up to participate by offering free and reduced-cost classes daily all week long.

Throughout the week, DCCY will provide many opportunities to bring our community together and highlight member studios and partner offerings to the greater DC area. The week will culminate with Yoga on the Mallgathering of over 2,000 yoga practitioners and enthusiasts that features a free all-level outdoor community classes on Saturday, May 3 at the Constitution Gardens by the Vietnam Memorial, (Metro Stop Foggy Bottom) with special guest teacher Shiva Rea
Yoga on the Mall this year will consist of a series of yoga classes and demonstrations:
Ø  At 10:00 a.m., the event will kick off with a 20-minute children’s class led by Budding Yogis and a class for beginners led by Arlet Kosein of Extend Yoga and Annie Moyer of Sun & Moon Yoga Studio.
Ø  At 10:30 a.m., DC-area teachers will lead yoga demonstrations. They will be followed by a one-hour all levels class with Shiva Rea, a leading teacher of transformational Prana Flow Yoga and Yoga Trance Dance. Rea is known for bringing the roots of yoga alive for modern practitioners in creative, dynamic and life-transforming ways and for offering the synthesis form of vinyasa flow out in the world.
For more information about DC Yoga Week and DC Community Yoga Association, including a list of participating studios, please visit www.dccy.org.

DC Community Yoga (DCCY) is a tax exempt non-profit bringing the DC yoga community together to support the practice and growth of yoga in the DC metropolitan area. Fore more information visit:  http://dccy.org/dc-yoga-week

1 comment:

  1. I am a yoga instructor from Bangladesh. I love to arrange yoga workshops and I think Yoga events can inspire many people to start practicing the discipline and to be benefited from it.

    Nayeema

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