Love Your Body — founded by Reston resident and Beloved Yoga co-owner Maryam Ovissi — is a chance to try yoga and take part in a wide variety of health and wellness activities for the whole family.
“This is truly an event for everyone — young and old, yogis, and those who have never tried yoga before,” says Ovissi. “At Love Your Body Yoga Festival, everyone can learn about the many ways to take care of their bodies from the inside out — physically, mentally, and emotionally — to feel stronger and healthier.”
The free event will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Donations for participation on specific classes will benefit Cornerstones.
Love Your Body Yoga Festival also launches the official start of Virginia Yoga Week 2014.
Love Your Body Yoga Festival Schedule and Highlights
(To see full class descriptions and list of performers, visit the Love Your Body Day Yoga Festival website)
Main Stage: Presentations begin with Beloved Yoga’s opening class and live music at 10 a.m.; followed by a variety of classes for all levels of yoga from various local studios. Classes are 20 to 25 minutes in length. Day will end with a Closing Circle Celebration from 2:40 until 3 p.m.
Bhakti Tent: Live music through the day, and indulgence in the art of devotion through mantra and sound.
Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda Tent: 10- to 15-minute talks about various topics and how to utilize the tools of yoga to find wellbeing and balance. Ayurvedic services will be available, and practitioners will answer questions.
Kids Tent: Scheduled activities for all ages include storytelling, hula hooping, dance, and laughter yoga, as well as yoga especially for kids.
Photo: Love Your Body Yoga Festival 2013/Courtesy Love Your Body Yoga Festival
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