A festival of free sessions of yoga in its various forms, meditation, breathing, food, ayurvedic and other practices of this ancient discipline that connects the physical and mental benefit today in Lima, bringing together thousands of women, men and children at the celebrations of ‘International Day of Yoga’.
The Domes Art of the Green Coast of San Miguel will be the perfect setting for this great day that will begin at 10 a.m. with a traditional ceremony in india. This will have the assistance of representatives of the Government of our country, the diplomatic corps and personalities from the endeavor sports, cultural and social.
Then the sharing of seven hours of activities organized by the Cultural Center of the Embassy of India and the professional schools of yoga Lima.
“Participating schools, teachers, students, and followers of various organizations and regions of the country. There will be workshops, specialized yoga, for example for children, older adults, pregnant women, people with physical and visual disabilities and cancer patients”, explained the Cultural Center of the Embassy of India.
We will also be offering practices for prevention of physical diseases and disorders related to the current life style and will be able to find a Yoga Market and Food Truck with products associated with the yoga and its indian origins.
TAKE INTO ACCOUNT
-Yoga acts as a therapy to channel the energies towards the well-being of body and mind.
-The Organization of the United Nations (UN) declared June 21 as ‘International Day of Yoga’ to invite to take awareness about the benefits of this ancient discipline.
-Currently is followed in more than 170 countries.
-Peru is the Latin american country where more you practice yoga in a way secular, inclusive and decentralized.
-For the ‘International Day of Yoga’ have been programmed sessions massive and free in several parts of the country, among them Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley.
-Today activities have meeting point on the Costa Verde, and morning in the Ecological Park Gustavo Mohme, Tacna.