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Yoga Day Festival Brisbane 2019

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The Yoga Day Festival in action
The Yoga Day Festival in action


At the Yoga Day Festival we hope, from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm for a rich and varied program of yoga asana classes, live music and kirtan (sacred yoga chant), yoga wisdom workshops, plant-based living, environmental care, deep peace meditation, ayurveda, vibrant yoga dance, diet and wellness and much much more.
One of the classes
One of the classes


I am going along with my mat and sunscreen and I am planning on taking in both the expertise and the variety of what is on offer.
For any of you out there who have not experienced the joys of yoga, this is a unique opportunity to come and explore it fully. Some think that it is simply some physical exercise but of course, it is so much more. "It is an enlightening path that helps one successfully travel the path of life itself. A path that offers a refuge from the storms of life; a path where the rugged mountains become small easily climbed hills; a path that enables us to integrate, harmonize, and surcharge with deep meaning and purpose, every aspect of our life, even the seemingly mundane." - wisdom.yoga

The main history of Yoga Day Festival started in 2015 with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It was declared by the United Nations in 2015 and observed in over 85 nations, 'Yoga Day' aims to promote and celebrate the many benefits of regular yoga practice. In his UN ,Address Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated "Yoga embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well being."

The Brisbane festival returns for its fifth year and I am happy to share some of the information with you which attests to its success. There were over 1200 participants last year with 50 performers and 30 workshops and events, not to mention the the food and market stalls which were plentiful and varied.

The best bit is that everyone is welcome and there are activities for children as well - the whole family can be actively involved.

You can book your ticket by going on to the website and if you put in code WEEKENDNOTES at the Eventbrite checkout, you will be eligible to 20% off the price for the day.

Here is the link to the day and all it has to offer
Yoga Day Festival.

The Australian School of Meditation & Yoga (ASMY) is one of Australia's leading not for profit yoga and meditation charities. Asmy offers free and low cost yoga and meditation programs at teaching centres and in a variety of community settings nation-wide. Asmy partners with local government, charities and organisations to serve those experiencing disadvantage in our communities.

At the heart of ASMY is their passion for sharing the gifts of yoga and meditation with as many people as possible. Yoga Day Festival is dedicated to promoting and sharing the many benefits of yoga and meditation with our wider community.

The upcoming Brisbane event will kick off at 9.30am and will be held in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere. Organisers promise a jam-programme of events and activities, that's sure to inspire and delight all who attend.

See more of the Yoga Day Festival.

You can learn "how to meditate" in one of the meditation booths, sway to some yoga music, or be "mindful" or just soak in the sun with some cool yoga exercises. If you want to try something new, you can try your hand at drumming or know the secrets of raw desserts making or lie down in yoga nidra(relaxation) with live flute and tibetan singing bowls. This festival is for everyone, be they new to the world of yoga or regular practitioners.

Adding to the festive atmosphere is live music and bustling stalls offering everything from yoga clothing and equipment, to delicious vegetarian and vegan food. If you would rather kick back and relax in the winter sun, you can head to the dedicated 'Chill Out Tent'.

Letting loose
Letting loose


Children meanwhile can enjoy the many interactive activities in the 'Kids Tent'! Gayatri, event coordinator of this festival says "We are bringing everything that you need to know about the yoga lifestyle and self-care. We have invited the best of artists and programs to provide everything in a fun way so that you have an enjoyable day but you also learn something that you can take home."

It is all about bringing the dimensions of yoga and what it can do for you and your family to your very doorstep. Dont miss it.

Finding communality
Finding communality
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Why? A day of learning and practising YOGA.
When: Sat 29th of June 2019
Where: Forgan Smith Lawns, at University of Queensland
Cost: As per website -
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