Attention all yoga enthusiasts! Come join us on July 19th, 2015 at Centre Island for the Seventh Annual Yoga Meltdown, Toronto's largest, free outdoor spiritual yoga exhibition. With free outdoor yoga classes, mantra meditation sessions, yoga-inspired performances, vegan cooking demonstrations, a free vegetarian feast, and much more, the Seventh Annual Yoga Meltdown celebrates yoga in a dynamic and uniquely holistic way.
The Seventh Annual Yoga Meltdown is a part of the 43rd Annual Festival of India, a weekend-long festival, celebrated on July 18th and 19th, 2015. The festival features an upbeat, colourful parade down Yonge Street (beginning at Bloor and continuing south to the lake) and weekend-long celebrations at Centre Island, expected to draw close to 40,000 people! The festival is free and open to everyone. Other festivities include a stunning Arts & Culture Showcase, dramas, a South Asian bazaar, Vedic exhibits, a children's area, and much, much more!
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