Monumental Yoga celebrates Indy’s love for yoga

yogastudioWe are finding our inner peace this morning and preparing to join thousands of people at Monument Circle!

It all happens Sunday, June 21 at noon, where Monument Circle will come alive with yogis of all levels, as instructors from all over the city lead a flowing yoga class. It’s the 3rd year for this fun event, which celebrates Indy’s love for yoga, the summer solstice and first annual International Day of Yoga (as declared by the United Nations).


Organizers say the event is open to all ages and all levels of expertise! Beginners are welcomed and encouraged to attend!

Here’s the schedule and everything you need to know!

10-noon – Yoga Village, pre-fest and live music
12- :15 – Yoga
1:15-2:30 – Yoga Village

-Event inspired by a similar event in Times Square – Solstice in Times Square – which also takes place on the summer solstice.
-The free yoga class will begin at noon with Dj HyFi, a pioneer in the fusion of yoga and electronic music, providing live music.
-Participants should bring their own mat and a water bottle.
-New this year will be a Yoga Village with studios, vendors and food plus free guided meditation on the Monument before class. There will be 40+ booths in the Yoga Village – a mix of local and national. Examples: Whole Foods Market, Athleta, Lucy Activewear, Indy Eleven, Skinny Coconut Oil, Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe, Silver in the City, Retro 101, Green Bean Delivery, Indy Holistic Hub.
-This event is family-friendly. There will be a special 45-minute yoga routine for parents and their children ages 6+ to do simultaneously with the main event.
-Also new this year: a Monumental Yoga Pre-Party on Saturday, June 20 from 6 – 10 p.m. at the Athenaeum.
-This event is free and donations are accepted for local non-profit Mighty Lotus, a 501(c)(3) empowering youth to lead healthy lives through mindfulness and yoga programs in Indianapolis schools.

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