AtréYoga Studio hosts World Yoga Day!
Date: 21 June 2015, 10:15 am – 12 pmVenue: AtréYoga Studio, 252-A Nanak Bhawan, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi
Delhi, AtréYoga Studio – June 21, 2015. Last year the United Nations unanimously voted for a resolution commemorating 21 June as International Yoga Day. AtréYoga Studio joins billions in celebrating the practice which originated in India more that 6000 years ago. Zubin Atré, teacher and founder of AtréYoga Studio will conduct a free yoga class honouring the world event.
Now a popular practice around the world, yoga has found many variations. At AtréYoga Studio, yoga has been presented in many forms, for example, alongside live music through programs such as Sitar Yoga and Yoga with Keys (keyboards). Partner Yoga is another form of yoga where two or more people team up to provide acrobatic form to traditional yoga. Biomechanics of the Sun Salutation provides a physical breakdown of the movements of the suryanamaskar.
Zubin Atré’s writing has also been published widely in many magazines and newspapers. He is also a regular contributor at the international quarterly magazine The Outdoor Journal, where he designs yoga sequences that aid and sustain outdoor adventurers in sports such as skiing, climbing, etc. Zubin Atré has also written a book on Partner Yoga slated to be released next year. “‘Every body is unique and has its own potentials and limits,” says Zubin Atré, “Rather than putting bodies into the asna I would prefer to put asnas in the bodies.” Yoga can be applied to any physical, mental and spiritual activity, he adds, “In fact, yoga can even benefit young children, golfers, people who work at NASA, astronauts in space, simply everyone.”
“We hope that having a worldwide event recognising yoga will increase its daily practice,” says Zubin Atré, “Yoga should be celebrated everyday.”
AtréYoga Studio’s free yoga class will be held on Sunday 21 June from 10:30 am – 12 pm to commemorate the World Yoga Day.
252-A, Nanak Bhawan, Shahpur Jat.
All persons are advised to come 15 minutes before the event.