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18/06/2022 | EVENTS

YOGA FEELING AT THE MAXIMUM

On June 21, Superstudio Maxi welcomes yoga on the occasion of the eighth global day dedicated to this discipline. Whether it is the high temperature of the day or the beauty of the space, this is the first time the Associazione Culturale T.A.O. Talenti Artistici Organizzati has chosen a closed location that wouldn't make them regret the open space of the Arena and Parco Sempione in Milan.

In 2014, India's prime minister Narendra Modi proposed to establish a day dedicated to yoga on June 21st, the Summer Solstice. Next, he issued the "common yoga protocol", a document clarifying the uncontrolled spread of practices that have little in common with traditional yoga. Each day has been represented by a different color shirt over the years. This year, the theme turns into green for the 1500 participants (the maximum allowed by the location). "Yoga is an extremely exact science," says Giulia Borioli, who founded the Associazione Yoga Festival in 2015 to spread "the good practice of yoga" and to increase awareness of the discipline. That is not a sport, but an all-encompassing way of living that makes us feel good. As soon as we make the right choice, yoga will accompany us throughout the rest of our lives as it puts us in touch with our responsibilities to others and to the world. Without it, it easily becomes difficult to live." During the evening of 21 June, everybody will relax with a hypnotic dance after a long day at work. This class teaches awareness of breathing and the singing of OM, the mother-mantra of yoga. Among the proposals is also a crowdfunding on the platform Eppela to sustain the projects that the Associazione will refund in 2022, starting with the Ukrainian hosts of the Superstudio's Village Superstudio in via Negrotto, Milan.

To enroll just visit: www.yogafestival.it


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