The Festival of India, an annual, free, two-day event intended to bring South Asia’s most enduring spiritual culture to the heart of downtown Toronto in a contemporary, exhilarating, and family-friendly fashion. In its 46th year the Festival continues to excite participants and attract on-lookers as this event is as much a feast for the eyes as it is for the soul. It takes place on July 14th and 15th, 2018 with a decades-old 'Yoga' event happeneing at Centre Island. Please visit our webstie for more information: yogameltdown.com
10th Annual Yoga Meltdown
We are very excited to announce that YogaMeltdown is back for 2018 and the festival will be taking place this year on Sunday, July 15 2018 at Toronto Centre Island!
The picturesque, serene beauty of Centre Island with its lush parks and cool breezes from the lake will form the backdrop for a feast for the senses. YogaMeltdown will present attendees with a chance to unwind, rejuvenate and invigorate themselves. This is the very goal of YogaMeltdown – to provide an opportunity for spiritual seekers, yoga enthusiasts, vegans/vegetarians and anyone who is curious about yoga to come out and deepen their understanding of yoga and its physical, mental and spiritual benefits.
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