Spring Solstice celebrated with yoga

A yoga class in the main ballroom. YogaFest was held Saturday at Liuna Station with yoga classes running from 11 a.m. to midnight to celebrate the spring solstice.  Yoga classes were held every hour. YogaFest is a non‐profit festival that partnered with A Midsummer’s Dream colour festival and together they attracted over 6,000 people to Gage Park in August 2015. The natural next step for YogaFest was to create an indoor festival that offers yoga classes for people of all levels, creative and artistic workshops, sound healings, live performances, creative art spaces, massage, reiki, and other mindful activities. The festival will occupy three (3) rooms, creatively decorated to fit a different theme, including the ​Zen Lounge, ​which is sponsored by Salt Caves Canada. The main ballroom of Liuna Station will be transformed into a beautiful yoga garden and host a medley of yoga classes presented by local studios. Join the closing ceremony and experience a DJ Glow Flow class, shamanic sound healing and an evening of ecstatic dancing in collaboration with ​Lovelution​ from Toronto. John Rennison The Hamilton Spectator 3/19/16

Photos by John Rennison

Participants in one of the hourly yoga classes at YogaFest at Liuna Station Saturday.

YogaFest is a non‐profit festival that partnered with A Midsummer’s Dream colour festival and together they attracted over 6,000 people to Gage Park in August 2015.
The festival had three different themed rooms , including the ​Zen Lounge. The main ballroom was a yoga garden with yoga classes presented by local studios.

 

 

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