Moscow, Russia celebrates Himalaya 5th International Day of Yoga (IDY) at Zaryadye Park
With the support of the Government of Moscow and the Ministry of Culture of Russia and in cooperation with more than 75 schools of yoga, the Indian National Cultural Center SITA organizes Himalaya International Yoga Festival on June 21, 2019 in Moscow at Zaryadye Park.
At the festival, you can learn a holistic approach to your health and well-being, creating a union between the inner and the outer worlds. Teachers from Moscow, International yoga studios and gurus from India will come together to help you experience this harmony.
June 21, Summer Solstice, was proposed to the UN by the Honorable Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, as the International Day of Yoga. Russia is among the 177 members of the UN General Assembly who approved this idea.
This year, in commemoration of the 5th anniversary of the International Day of Yoga, Himalaya, SITA invites ambassadors of all 177 countries present in Moscow to represent the countries members of the UN as honored guests of the event.
The festival is designed for a wide range of people from advanced yoga practitioners to those who have never practiced any yoga posture in their lives. Guests can also take a part in many other interesting activities, including Indian cultural programs, breathing exercises, yoga for children, yoga for the elderly people, yoga for pregnant women, meditation, exercises for balancing emotions, posture correction, an Ayurvedic medical system and the practice of pronouncing mantras.
Indian National Cultural Center SITA invites all Muscovites, expats and guests of the capital to a bright and colorful event in Zaryadye Park, in collaboration with the organizers of more than 75 different yoga schools.
Who can participate? Any person, regardless of gender, age and level of training – the practices are structured in such a way that they suit both beginners and advanced participants.
*Information was taken from the subscription message from the Indian Culture Center in Russia. The message has been translated.
More information and registration on the website:
- Phone+7 (925) 483-06-49
- AddressMoscow, Zaryadye Park